April upcoming events & new software updates

Mar 23, 2022 | News

5th – 7th, April

SPIE DEFENSE + COMMERCIAL SENSING

Orlando, Florida, United States

A hands-on demonstration of SenS 1280

Our Sales Director, Régis Tulaza, will join the Sierra-Olympic Technologies team throughout the show.Stop by booth #1508, in Orlando, Florida, United States, from April 5th to 7th, 2022. Email him now to reserve an appointment in advance.

26th – 29th, April

LASER World of Photonics

Munich, Germany

Join us at Laser World of Photonics 2022

Hands-on and experience our SWIR cameras directly at Laser World of Photonics 2022, from 26 to 29th, April, in Munich.Booth 129/5 – Hall B4 is a must.Our experts are waiting to discuss with you all ambitious and innovative projects. Here’s who you can expect to see at our booth:

Martin Schweitzer, Camera Product Line Manager will be on-site for 2 days (Wednesday 27/04 and Thursday 28/04).

If you want to meet a certain member of our team, shoot them an email and organize a time to catch up.

New versions of NITVision and SDKs are now available in our library.

Log-in now with our account or Register with your camera reference to explore.

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