FRAMOS Presents Latest Sensor Innovations at Image Sensors Europe in London

Leading global imaging provider FRAMOS will be presenting its image sensor portfolio at the Image Sensors Europe Conference in London, UK, March 13-14, 2019. FRAMOS will be providing information on the latest advances in sensor technology and presenting the latest models from Sony Semiconductor and ON Semiconductor. Pyxalis, FRAMOS’ partner for custom sensors, will also show its portfolio at the venue.

Image Sensors Europe offers an ideal platform for end-users to network with camera system suppliers, sensor design houses, technology developers and optics suppliers. Combined with a rich conference program, sensor market leaders like Sony, LFoundry, On Semiconductor, Amazon Lab126, Panasonic and many more speakers will give a comprehensive overview of future industry trends.

Björn Krasemann, Head of Sales Central Europe at FRAMOS, says: “At the Image Sensors Europe, the FRAMOS offering will focus on SONY’s third generation Pregius sensors and high speed SLVS-EC signaling with solutions to speed-up the development time and to save resources for embedded vision products. The award-winning Sony IMX250 sensor, with its on-chip polarization, will be another highlight demonstrating how it can provide results in accelerated and refined image captures. Also, we will show the latest imagers from ON Semiconductors from their new flagship series XGS, including the family of new models designed for a broader Megapixel range.”

The FRAMOS sensor experts are available to advise customers about the integration of the newest sensors in their applications and projects. FRAMOS also provides additional services such as development support, customization, and logistics its customers.

The Image Sensors Europe Conference will be held at the Park Plaza Victoria Hotel, in London.

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