With the FRA0261 and FRA0100 models, specially designed for the medical industry, the imaging expert FRAMOS offers new low-power 1MP and 2MP standard sensors for endoscopes and small-size camera modules.
ON Semiconductor is now also introducing the successful 1300 and 5000 models of their Python image sensor family with half the frame rate and half the data ports.
The 8 megapixel (MP) KAI-08052 image sensor, the first device in ON Semiconductor's CCD portfolio to leverage this new technology, provides up to twice the sensitivity in near-infrared (NIR) wavelengths as the company's standard Interline Transfer CCD pix
e2v's Onyx family of image sensors is designed for the most demanding outdoor camera and industrial machine vision applications, where illumination budgets are restricted or where high-speed inspection is required
New Imaging Technologies thanks to its latest log InGaAs technology proposes ideal short gating solution in QVGA and VGA resolution
E2v has announced the launch of the Onyx 1.3-megapixel CMOS image sensor. This new sensor has been designed using e2v's CMOS imaging technology, making it ideal for low light applications
E2v's Sapphire range of CMOS image sensors has been expanded to include a new two megapixel variant, which is manufactured with a microlens designed to accept a Chief Ray Angle (CRA) as low as zero degrees
The new models IMX255 with 8.9 megapixel and IMX253 with 12 megapixel are intended for industrial, traffic, microscopy and other applications where high sensitivity or precise image acquisition for fast-moving objects is needed
Sofradir has announced that its market competitive Daphnis HD IR detector will enter production
Hamamatsu Photonics introduces the new S11637 and S12198 series of CMOS linear image sensors featuring electronic shutter and gain switching functionalities
Greg Blackman investigates the rise of embedded vision and finds that advances in computer hardware are set to revolutionise factory automation
Beth Harlen looks at how the accessibility of imaging technology has impacted the evolution of geographic information systems
Matthew Dale looks at how thermal imaging is improving solar plant inspection
Working for Siemens and the Technical University of Munich, Tolga Birdal received the 2016 European Machine Vision Association's Young Professional Award in June