Teledyne e2v

The first colour image, captured by a CMV20000 sensor, to be sent back by the hazard cameras on the Perseverance rover after its landing on Mars on 18 February. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

The sensor stories behind the Mars Perseverance images

Greg Blackman speaks to Guy Meynants, formerly of Cmosis, and Paul Jerram, of Teledyne e2v, about the history of the image sensors onboard the Mars rover

2MP optical module

Teledyne e2v has expanded its product portfolio with a 2 megapixel compact module featuring a pre-focused, industrial-grade scanning optic

Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

Mars rover to study Red Planet with advanced imaging

The Perseverance rover contains 19 cameras, including seven scientific instruments. It will analyse the climate and geology of Mars, looking for signs of past life, as well as monitoring the Martian atmosphere

Emerald 3.2 megapixel CMOS image sensor

Teledyne e2v announces its Emerald 3.2 megapixel CMOS image sensor, designed to tackle the challenges of emerging applications such as security, drones and embedded vision, as well as traditional machine vision

InGaAs and event-based sensors still rely on silicon CMOS readout ICs

Sense of purpose

Greg Blackman explores the work being done on InGaAs sensors, along with other types of novel sensor that could find their way into the machine vision market

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