Monday, November 05, 2012

TowerJazz Showcases its CIS Solutions for Machine Vision

PR Newswire: TowerJazz is going to show its CIS customers products at VISION Show 2012 on November 6-8, 2012 in Stuttgart, Germany. The demonstrations will include: ON Semiconductor's VITA industrial image sensors, e2v Ruby sensors, the CMOSIS CMV family, the AnaFocus LINCE5M sensor, the Viimagic industrial sensor series, and the Truesense Imaging Inc. industrial CMOS sensor. Among TowerJazz's R&D partners in the show are: CSEM, Fraunhofer, and STFC.

TowerJazz is a provider of a wide range of pixel IP and an experienced R&D team that supports complex joint development projects. TowerJazz's 0.11um pixel design rule has been released for early adopters' designs. First product samples of this new platform were already delivered.

"TowerJazz is the only foundry exhibiting at VISION and we aim to establish our technology leadership and reinforce our relationships with existing customers as well as showcase our unique CMOS image sensor technology to make our offering more familiar to the end user," said Dr. Avi Strum, VP and GM, CIS Business Unit. "We are looking forward to participating at VISION to share our unique technology offering with attendees and connect with our image sensor partners to continue addressing our customers' growing needs."

"The industrial camera market is expected to grow steadily and to top $600M by 2016. Among the machine vision applications, intelligent traffic systems are experiencing very high growth," says Paul Danini, Technology and Market Analyst, Imaging Technologies & MEMS Devices, Yole Developpement.

No comments:

Post a Comment

All comments are moderated to avoid spam and personal attacks.