Photonis attracted to low light imaging

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Photonis Technologies, a provider of night vision sensor innovations, has created a new business unit to concentrate on the research, design, development and manufacture of digital low-light imaging technologies. The new division, to be known as Photonis Digital Imaging, will be headquartered in Frisco, Texas.

Photonis specialises in the design and manufacture of sensors and detectors, including night vision sensors and mass spectrometer detectors. Over the past two years, the company has introduced a series of digital sensors and cameras to support low-light applications.

Goossen Boers, president and CEO, said: 'Over the past few years, we have seen increasing customer demand to create digitally-based products that provide portability, connectivity and superior low light images.

'Digital Imaging is opening new adjacent markets for Photonis in areas such as security, surveillance, unmanned systems and situational awareness. Our expertise within the low-light domain is unsurpassed and we are dedicated to creating new products that support both traditional optical and new digital applications.'

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