NIT will exhibit during the OPTRO 2020

Jan 8, 2020 | News

OPTRO 2020 (28-30 January 2020 – OECD Paris) – Booth #6

New Imaging Technologies (NIT) will exhibit and demonstrate its line of SWIR InGaAs cameras dedicated to Defense and Security applications. Specific applications dedicated to Gated Imaging, Laser Detection and See Spot will be disclosed.

Contact us now to organize a quick meeting and obtain the invitation code.

In addition, NIT will present at Optro 2020 – PRELIMINARY PROGRAMME on Thursday, Jan 30th at 9h30 – room 1 titled “Advanced SWIR Sensors for Active Imaging and other Applications“, where the architecture of Gated Imaging Sensors will be presented.

Invitation request

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