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Sony releases IMX250 & IMX252 – CMOS image sensors with a 3.45 µm pixel and global shutter function for industrial applications

Industrial applications demand imaging of fast-moving subjects. However, there is the issue that existing CMOS image sensors are unable to accurately identify fast-moving subjects due to focal plane distortion as a result of rolling shutter operation.

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Teledyne Technologies acquires remaining shares of Optech

Optech is pleased to announce that Teledyne Technologies, through its Teledyne DALSA subsidiary, has acquired the remaining shares of Optech.

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World’s smallest micro-camera promises to revolutionize smart sensors

CSEM’s Vision-In-Package system is the first of its kind to combine all elements of a vision system into less than 1 cubic centimeter.

 

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OmniVision agrees to $1.9 billion sale to Chinese consortium

OmniVision Technologies Inc., whose camera sensors have been used in Apple Inc.’s iPhone, said it agreed to be acquired for about $1.9 billion by a group of Chinese investors.

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SPIE calls for community input on proposed ITAR changes

SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics, is calling on members to make their voices heard as the U.S. government weighs new export regulations.

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Towerjazz and Gpixel announce the first backside illuminated scientific CMOS image sensor GSENSE400-BSI

TowerJazz, the global specialty foundry leader, and Gpixel, Inc., a fast-growing CMOS image sensor (CIS) provider focusing on professional applications, announced today the world’s first backside illuminated (BSI) scientific CMOS image sensor, Gpixel’s GSENSE400-BSI, manufactured using TowerJazz’s TS18IS process.

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UPCOMING EVENTS


> International Image Sensor Workshop (IISW)
(June 8 - June 11, Vaals, Netherlands)

> Image Sensors America
(September 8 - September 10, San Francisco, USA)
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