Come and see our latest innovation in Vision China 2018 Shanghai, booth #W5.5713

Mar 8, 2018 | News

New Imaging Technologies, the leader in WDR visible and SWIR solutions, invites you to visit its booth # 5713 in Hall W5 at Vision China 2018 Shanghai from March 14-16 for discovering its last novelties.
At the menu, the following new courses will be demonstrated:

  • Our new 12 bits digital CMOS sensors in VGA, 1.3Mpixels global and rolling full HD. Combining our famous WDR recipe and a new blend of extra features, these devices will trigger your interest in developing competitive advantages in machine and computer vision.
  • Our new dual-mode InGaAs sensor NSC1601T-SI offering high sensitivity and High Dynamic Range in one single product. With its utmost versatility of use, it will allow you to imagine numerous applications in SWIR for your industry or activity.

Come to chat with our team and discover a new horizon for enhancing your vision

Discover our relative video “Face recognition with NSC1602”

 

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