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Yole Développement

Moderator & Speakers:

Karen Lightman, MIG – Jeff Perkins, Yole Développement – Y. de Charentenay, Yole Développement

May 25, 2010 - 11:00 AM EDT


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Driven by dramatic cost reduction for detectors, the market volume for thermography and infrared (IR) imaging will triple by 2015! Initially developed for the military by US defense companies, IR imaging has been finding its way into more and more commercial application. During the past ten years MEMS based Microbolometers for uncooled infrared IR cameras have been driving growth in thermography and vision markets. Camera prices have been significantly reduced, leading to use of IR cameras for: night vision, automotive vision enhancement; security / surveillance; maintenance; and, building inspection. Join us for this Webinar offered by Yole Développement and the MEMS Industry Group where we will present our data and analysis for this market.

Feel free to contact Sandrine Leroy (leroy@yole.fr) if you need further information.

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