XenICs awarded ISO 9001:2000 certification

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XenICs, a German-based developer and manufacturer of advanced infrared detectors and customised imaging solutions covering the LWIR to the visible realm, is now certified according to ISO 9001:2000. XenICs was awarded the certification in March 2008 by the auditing organisation BSI Management Systems, based in London, UK.

According to the International Organisation for Standardisation, ISO 9001:2000 establishes guidelines for corporate quality management systems providing assurance about a vendor's ability to satisfy the quality requirements of its customers and to enhance customer satisfaction in sustainable supplier-customer relationships.

All XenICs departments are covered by ISO 9001:2000: administration, marketing and sales, technology development and camera production, sensor packaging, and InGaAs operations. XenICs founder and CEO Bob Grietens said: 'Right from the beginning we set out to establish our corporate culture in compliance with internationally accepted quality standards.'

XenICs designs, manufactures and markets detector arrays and digital cameras, both line scan and 2D, from below 1µm up to 14µm.

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