SWIR Vision Systems

The Moon landing was 50 years old in 2019. Zeiss lenses were used to capture this image

The best of 2019

The last year has been one of consolidation for the machine vision industry, along with a slowdown in the markets that machine vision serves

The sensor of SWIR Vision Systems' Acuros CQD 1920 camera

Saving on SWIR

Matthew Dale finds that new sensor technologies based on quantum dots are set to bring down the cost of shortwave infrared imaging

Webcast: New technologies for infrared imaging

The webcast, taking place on 29 May at 3pm BST, will explore the latest equipment for imaging in the shortwave infrared, including narrowband SWIR LEDs and a SWIR camera based on a colloidal quantum dot sensor

Colloidal quantum dot sensor to disrupt SWIR imaging market

Spin-out firm SWIR Vision Systems is to commercialise colloidal quantum dot infrared sensors, which, the company says, could displace InGaAs technology. Dr Ethan Klem, Allan Hilton, and George Wildeman from the company discuss the performance, fabrication, and cost trade-offs of CQD sensors versus InGaAs

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