Back to shows in September with NIT Team!

Sep 14, 2017 | News

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New Imaging Technologies, a leader in WDR visible, SWIR, I-CMOS solutions, and Smart sensing sensors is back on the road again for presenting its last products and innovations.
NIT will exhibit in 4 different exhibitions and conferences this month.

Starting from 6th to 8th of September, the EMVA forum will take place at the AIT – Austrian Institute of Technology- in Vienna, Austria, and focus on next-generation vision systems for industry, computational imaging, machine learning and more. NIT will introduce its new VGA HDR Global shutter sensor, NSC1602, with a presentation of Dr. Ni – CTO, on Multi-Mode Logarithmic Sensor for smart vision systems.

From 12th to 13rd of September, NIT will be pleased to welcome you at the SPIE Security + Defense 2017 in Warsaw, Poland (Booth#410). Live demonstration of the latest products will showcase on the booth including, in particular, the GigE Smart camera WiDy SWIR 640G-S and the 1st prototype dual-mode Lin-Log InGaAs sensor.

The same week, in India, NIT with its local partner, ATOS, will be exhibiting the SWIR cameras on the Laser World of Photonics India, New Delhi, Pragati Maidan.

To end this exhibition tour, NIT will finally be at the AutoSens conference from 19th to 21st September, the world’s leading technical summit for ADAS and autonomous vehicle perception technology, at the AutoWorld Museum Brussels with the ADAS group.

Choose your location and come to see our latest innovations for your imaging product.

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