The IMX250MZR image sensor from Sony Semiconductor has received the "inVISION Top Innovation Award" 2019. The prize, which has been awarded by the trade journal inVISION since 2015, honors ten products each year that have proven to be particularly trend-setting or innovative. Sony’s IMX250 is the first sensor with an on-chip polarizer to minimize system complexity and improve extinction ratio and incident angle dependence.
For the first time, the popular FRAMOS hands-on training “Characterization of a CMOS camera” will be held in the UK, London on March 26 and 27, 2019. In this practical two day course, the renowned expert Prof. Dr. Albert Theuwissen will share his deep knowledge of image sensors with technical imaging engineers involved in solid-state sensor measurements.
Sony Semiconductor Solutions has recently upgraded its portfolio of image sensors for high-end Machine Vision and ITS applications. The 2nd generation CMOS Global Shutter sensors with Pregius™ technology, the IMX387, IMX367 and IMX342, come with resolutions between 16 and 31 Megapixels, speeds up to 56fps at full resolution and equipped with Sony’s SLVS-EC high-speed interface running up to 19Gbps. The three share a pixel pitch of 3.45µm, and provide excellent performance and high sensitivity.
VGA resolution is sufficient to solve lots of application tasks in Factory Automation and ITS, it’s the image quality and bandwidth that makes the difference and brings precise and fast inspection results. The Sony IMX426 Pregius™ 3rd generation Global Shutter CMOS image sensor provides 9µm pixel size and reaches VGA resolution with 1,449 fps@10-bit for maximized throughput in Factory Automation.
Sunex Optics releases its first sensor module, the MOD255I, based on its 4K Miniature DSL255 SuperFishEye Lens for easy digital video device development with embedded vision. The high-resolution module provides up to 12 Megapixel resolution images and incorporates a Sony 1/2.3 type CMOS image sensor. With its high-performance, the MOD255I sensor module is the perfect component for manufacturing consumer and security devices capable of continuous video and still images.
The Sony IMX397 is a very small 1/6.4” CMOS Global Shutter sensor with a pixel pitch of 3,45µm, and providing VGA resolution. It is a low noise, low power imager with a small footprint and a high-speed throughput of 240 fps at full resolution. These qualities, together with MIPI output and a compact package, make this embedded low-cost imager a perfect candidate for Factory Automation, industrial applications, and sensing.
SONY has released their new image sensors within its cutting-edge third generation Pregius line, featuring the SLVS-EC high-speed interface. Both the CMOS Global Shutter IMX425 and the IMX432, with a 1.1” optical format, provide 1,78 Megapixel resolution, and a pixel pitch of 9µm for excellent image quality.
New X-Class CMOS image sensor platform enables high-performance with small footprint integration. The XGS 12000 and XGS 8000 devices in the new X-Class CMOS image sensor platform from ON Semiconductor provide 12.6 megapixel and 8.8 megapixel (4k UHD) global shutter imaging for machine vision, ITS, and, broadcast applications.
The global imaging provider FRAMOS® will be presenting its full imaging portfolio with a focus on cameras and industrial solutions. This portfolio includes Intel®’s RealSense™ Technology at the SPS IPC Drives Italia in Parma, Italy May 22 - 24, 2018, which is the Italian key event for industrial automation and digitalization.
ON Semiconductor, a global leader in image sensor technology, has recently announced its new AR0430 CMOS digital image sensor. This device, available from the global imaging expert FRAMOS, combines classic 2D video imaging and 3D image recognition on a single sensor. ON Semiconductor’s low-cost depth solution empowers both innovative industrial and consumer end-product applications with cutting edge 3D features like cameras for IoT, wearables, security, and AR/VR/MR.
The launch of the SONY PREGIUS™ series in late 2013 marked a milestone in the history of image sensors.
The FRAMOS Imaging Experts Academy (IEA) launches its fall training program a with focus on 3D vision, CMOS technology, choosing the right equipment and the use of advanced algorithms. The IEA program is designed to enable engineers, project managers and all employees involved in imaging applications to overcome imaging challenges.
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