Monday, May 20, 2013

ISORG in Gartner's Cool Vendor List

ISORG, the maker of organic photodetectors and image sensors, announces that it has been named in the Gartner’s Cool Vendor list 2013 in Imaging and Display Devices. The list identifies innovative vendors and their products and services.

Meanwhile, the company moves toward the commercialization of its sensors. "We have launched building and installation for our mass production unit, also located in Grenoble, in different facilities than the existing pilot line,"  Laurent Jamet, business development and co-founder of ISORG says. "We plan mass production in volumes by the end of 2014, beginning of 2015. We have been starting international fund raising activity and are currently in discussions with several investors."

ISORG Organic Pixels

7 comments:

  1. What kind of products will they mass produce?

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    1. Photodetectors and large area image sensors on plastic for industrial, medical and consumer markets, for scanning surfaces, interactive surfaces able to detect objects and 3D hand motion and proximity detection.

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  2. Are there any links with Nikkoia??

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    1. No,

      ISORG is the pionneer company in organic and printed electronics for large area photonic sensors and image sensors on plastic and glass

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    2. Nanoident was! see where there are ...

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    3. Really more like Uniax before Dupont bought it. They made an organic panchromatic line imager in the late 90s.

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  3. Can this technology be used for small size pixel please? I mean something between 10um to 15um pitch. Thanks!!

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