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Uncooled infrared (IR) imagers are already established in markets such as thermography, surveillance, firefighting and defense, and opportunities are growing in areas like personal vision systems (PVS), automotive, consumer and medical.

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More technologies, more products and more players… The uncooled IR imaging industry is booming. Yole Développement (Yole), the “More than Moore” market research and strategy consulting company announces: the uncooled IR imager shipments are expected to reach 15.8% CAGR  between 2016 and 2021, with 1.5 million units in volume in 2021.

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Who hasn’t dreamed of becoming a pilot? Sitting in the cockpit, stepping on the gas, taking-off and seeing the landscape pass right before their eyes? Parrot makes this dream accessible to everyone with Parrot Disco, the first easy-to-fly, fixed-wing drone designed for a fully immersive flight experience.

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The two companies have signed an agreement to establish a joint project that will develop new base vehicles that will be able to incorporate the latest developments in AD technologies, up to and including fully autonomous driverless cars. The base vehicles will be manufactured by Volvo Cars and then purchased from Volvo by Uber. Volvo Cars and Uber are contributing a combined USD 300M to the project.

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Solid state LiDAR company surpasses $1 Billion in valuation attracting top tier investors as it ramps up to enable mass adoption of life saving autonomous technology. Quanergy Systems, the provider of solid state LiDAR sensors and smart sensing solutions, announced that it has raised $90 million in Series B funding at a valuation well over $1 billion. Sensata Technologies, Delphi Automotive, Samsung Ventures, Motus Ventures and GP Capital participated in the round. This investment brings the company’s total funds raised to approximately $150 million.

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Compact and cost-effective OVM6946 CameraCubeChip brings superior image quality to single-use endoscopes. OmniVision Technologies, a developer of advanced digital imaging solutions, announced the OVM6946, its first wafer-level camera module for medical applications.

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