At the 2015 edition of the SPIE Defense and Security Symposium event in Baltimore, MD., held April 21st through April 23rd Adimec will display and discuss the enhancements to its TMX series of rugged full HD COTS cameras to provide full motion video in daylight on airborne payloads, long-range observations systems, and other sensor system architectures.
This week at the 2015 SPIE DSS, Adimec (booth #929) introduces the expanded TMX series of rugged COTS cameras for the global security market to include global shutter CMOS image sensor-based versions.
For the past few weeks we have provided some updates on the performance of the latest CCD and CMOS industrial image sensors.
At the SPIE DSS 2015, we demonstrated our rugged CCD (TMX7-DHD) and CMOS (TMX74) cameras. The performance is compared live in full light and then low light when the cover is closed.
CCD versus CMOS Today
The proliferation of mission critical imaging systems in recent years is a result of heightened security concerns and intensified surveillance at airports, seaports, in cities, at borders, in warzones, etc. Long-range observation and designator systems have been installed on permanent and mobile platforms to provide 24-hour surveillance and early warning detection.
Adimec and partners awarded two projects developing next generation image sensor and camera technologies
Adimec along with several partners has been awarded two new projects for advancing CMOS image sensor technology: CISTERN and EXIST. Both programs begin in April/May 2015 and will be completed in 2018.
With how good the latest industrial CMOS image sensors have gotten, it might seem that a camera just simply connects the image sensor to an interface.
Move from analog to digital
For the past few weeks we have provided some updates on the performance of the latest CCD and CMOS industrial image sensors. We have compiled this information into a presentation. Check it out…