Tuesday, December 03, 2013

ULIS CTO Interview

Azosensors: The newly appointed ULIS CTO, Chris Tisse gives an interview to Azosensors talking about a new generation of low-cost and low-power thermal sensors and their possible applications.

Q: "What will be the key customer demands for the infrared imaging market over the next five years?"

A: "I believe that the main challenge for uncooled IR detectors will be to meet the SWaP-C (Size, Weight and Power - Cost) requirements for embedded applications. Another key customer demand will be the gradually increasing pixel count (i.e., the amount of pixels in the image)."

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