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Moving closer to automated driving, Mobileye unveils EyeQ4® system-on-chip with its first design win for 2018

Mobileye N.V. (NYSE: MBLY), the global leader in the design and development of camera-based Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) to the automotive industry, introduced its 4th generation system-on-chip, the EyeQ4®.


How Sony survived disruption and leapt into the future

Yole Développement recently launched the 2015 market and technology report entitled ‘Status of the CMOS Image Sensor Industry’. This report analyses the recent trends that are reshaping this industry. Sony has excelled in mobile photography and therefore captured a quarter of the global image sensor market. Yole Développement had a great opportunity in interviewing Mr Yasuhiro Ueda, SVP Corporate Executive, Senior General Manager of the Image Sensor Business Division of Sony Corporation to find out more about the future of Sony and of CMOS Image Sensors in general.


ULIS’ Pico640 Gen2 simplifies thermal imaging for professional cameras

ULIS, a leading manufacturer of thermal image sensors for commercial and military applications, announces the availability of Pico640 Gen2. Pico640 Gen2 is a VGA format 17-micron thermal image sensor for 24/7 security night vision, a market where makers of surveillance cameras are demanding significantly improved thermal imaging capabilities with seamless integration.


TowerJazz begins mass production of advanced IR sensor for depth sensing technology

TowerJazz (NASDAQ: TSEM, TASE: TSEM), the global specialty foundry leader, announced today it has begun mass production of an IR sensor used by Intel in one of its new 3D sensing solutions.


Photoacoustic imaging is now a market: but who owns the patents?

Medical imaging is a huge market, and also a field where incremental innovation has long been the rule. Launching innovative imaging technologies takes years of development and seeking approval from regulators. The medical market is also highly conservative. But when a technology overcomes these barriers, it can totally change the way medicine is done.


Fujitsu develops prototype smartphone with iris authentication

Fujitsu announced that it has developed an iris authentication system and has built it into a prototype smartphone. Just by looking at the smartphone’s screen, the user’s iris gets read instantaneously, enabling the smartphone to be unlocked.  



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