The Gated Imaging webinar recording is now available

Jan 24, 2019 | News

The recording of our webinar Gated Imaging (Thursday 26/7 2018) is available on NIT YouTube channel. And you can watch it directly on this post.

This webinar was held by New Imaging Technologies with the collaboration of ISL – The French-German Research Institute of Saint-Louis.

About ISL

A bi-national research institute established by the Federal Republic of Germany and the French Republic on the basis of a treaty signed in 1958. The core mission of ISL is: "Research, scientific studies and basic predevelopment in the field of defense and security". ISL has reinforced its activities on issues of civil security and countermeasures against terrorism encountered both at home and during overseas military operations.

Vision solutions are spreading increasingly fast nowadays. Thanks to research, field feedback, and development, new products appear and push the boundaries of vision, one step further. Gated imaging is one of these developments: from laboratories to final integration, this innovation is building reliable solutions for new challenging applications.

Our webinar includes:

  • Gated imaging principle presented by Dr. Yang NI – Chief Technology Officer NIT
  • New opportunities with gated imaging feature presented by Nicolas BAROAN – Business development manager NIT
  • A real use-case of this technology presented by Frank CHRISTNACHER – Head of Advanced Visionics & Processing group at ISL

If you have any questions on this topic, don’t hesitate to contact us for further discussion.

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