Adimec through the years

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1992 - 2000

1992: Founding of Adimec

Adimec was founded in 1992 by Just Smit, Jochem Herrmann and Bas Heijn

Adimec founders

1992: TMX5

A rugged custom designed camera. One of the first cameras created under the Adimec flag.
TMX5 1992

1992: G0050

The same camera as the TMX5. Only the interface unit and sensor unit are integrated in one package.

G0050 1992

1993: VEM110

Advanced contrast module for analog cameras. Using this unit allows the user to see through the fog!
Adimec-000996 VEM110

1995: MX12P

MX12 successor in combination with AdC120 = digital output.

MX12P 1995

1996: Boston, USA

Adimec expanded into the United States and opened an office in Phoenix, Arizona to provide sales and support. In 2002, this office was relocated to its current location in Boston.
Adimec Electronic Imaging, Inc.

2000: New Adimec office

Moving to a new Adimec building at Eindhoven Airport
New Adimec building
2001 - 2007

2001: A1000

Start of the A1000-series. Production of world’s first camera with kodak 7.4 μm sensor.
A1000m

2003: Deshima award

Adimec awarded by the Netherlands Chamber of Commerce in Japan to Dutch companies in recognition of impressive achievements in successful business development in the Japanese market.

2003: BO Japan

Adimec Electronic Imaging K.K. was established in Tokyo Japan.

tokyo tower

2003: Jan Huygens van Linschoten award

Adimec received this award for its results in the international trade as far as ambition, entrepreneurship and innovation were concerned.
award Huygen

2006: BO AP

Adimec Electronic Imaging Pte Ltd was established in Singapore.
AP Singapore

2006: A-4050

Adimec first 4 Mpx CMOS camera running at 153 frames per second.
A-4x50

2006: RA-series

Based on the successful A1000 series Adimec developed a rugged version.
RA1600c-2000c-4000c-4020c

2007: New factory

A new wing was completed, including a new factory to give room for future growth.
Adimec new factory 2007
2008 - 2012

2008: First demonstration of CoaXPress in Stuttgart

Adimec becomes a member of the CoaXpress Consortium.

2009: PEARL series

High performance Camera Lens Assembly with excellent image quality.
PEARL series

2009: Vision award

Adimec wins the Vision Award 2009 and introduced the OPAL/CXP. First camera using CoaXPress technology.
Vision Award

2010: Q-4A180

Introduction 4 Mpx with global shutter technology and Camera Link Deca (10 taps).
Q-4A180

2011: Innovation award

Triton Z consortium, with a.o. Adimec, wins 2011 Innovation Award.
Innovation award 2011 TritonZ

2011: Qs series

The fastest camera in the world with Camera Link base interface.
 Qs series

2011: CoaXPress standard accepted by JIIA

CoaXPress logo

2011: TMX6-DHD

Full HD rugged COTS camera with small camera head unit for easy integration.
TMX6

2012: TMX7-DHD

The smallest rugged Full HD COTS camera in the world!
TMX7-DHD
2013 - 2017

2013: Adimec expands TMX-DHD series.

Adimec has expanded the TMX-DHD series, a rugged and versatile line of full HD-daylight cameras TMX6-DHD), a cube outline (TMX7- DHD) and a board-level (TMX7-DHD BLC).
TMX6

2013: TMX DHD series

Introduction of the expanded TMXDHD series of rugged COTS cameras for the global security market to include CMOS image sensor-based versions.
TMX7-DHD

2013: Introduction of Q-12A180 at Vision 2014 Stuttgart

Q-12A180 CXP VS

2013: S-25A30 CL camera

SAPPHIRE S-25A30, a 25-megapixel CMOS global shutter camera that delivers images of 5120 x 5120 pixels at 32 frames per second (fps) with the Camera Link full configuration.
SAPPHIRE S-25A30

2013: QUARTZ series 2Mpx High Full Well

As part of the CAReIOCA consortium, Adimec develops a 2 Megapixel extreme high full well capacity (1600 kel) camera.
QUARTZ series 2Mpx High Full Well

2014: Adimec and partners awarded two projects…

… developing next generation image sensor and camera technologies. Adimec is a key partner in two newly awarded projects for advancing CMOS image sensor technology: CISTERN and EXIST. Both programs begin in April/May 2015 and will be completed in 2018.

March 2014: New CEOs at Adimec

Joost van Kuijk and Alex de Boer are appointed as CEOs at Adimec.
Adimec CEOs

2015: Launch S-25A70 CXP camera at ITE 2015 Japan

The S-25A70 has been designed into several instruments and is now commercially available to allow metrology equipment manufacturers to take the next required performance leap in accuracy. The new TMX55 is part of Adimec’s TMX series of rugged daylight HD (and beyond) cameras with second generation CMOS global shutter technology and throughput.
S25XCP

2015: 2 Megapixel CoaXPress Q-2A750-CXP camera

Adimec developed this camera for non-invasive optical imaging for cancer assessment as part of the FP7 funded CAReIOCA consortium.
Q-2A750-CXP

April 2016: TMX50 and TMX52 launched

TMX50 and TMX52 launched are rugged extended day cameras launched at SPIE DSS show Baltimore April 2016.
TMX50 and TMX52

October 2016 Launch N-5A100 camera at Vision Show 2016

The Norite N-5A100 camera is a 5-megapixel camera with CMOS global shutter technology in a 1” optical format for developers of multi-camera systems.
NORITE series

2017: The S-25A80/CXP is the newest addition to Adimec’s SAPPHIRE series

A global shutter CMOS metrology camera. All of the SAPPHIRE cameras provide the most reliable, low power implementation for ultra-high-resolution, high-speed cameras.
SAPPHIRE S-25A30

2017: The TMX74 camera used at Le Mans race track

The TMX74 camera was used in recording the fastest ever lap run on Le Mans race track in 2017, made by Toyota and its ex Formula 1 driver K. Kobayashi.
 The TMX74 camera used at Le Mans race track