NIT will participate to the Defense Security and Sensing 2013 in Baltimore, April 30th - May 2nd, where will be exhibited [...]
... The 8Pico-Cam by M8 integrating the NSC0902 WDR sensor from NIT… NIT and M8 are proud to announce the release [...]
For laser measurements, high temperature thermography, waste sorting, bio medical imaging… NIT introduces the WiDy swir camera, integrating [...]
Come to discover the WiDy Swir camera...
The 8Pico-Cam by M8 integrating the NSC0902 WDR sensor from NIT…
For laser measurements, high temperature thermography, waste sorting, bio medical imaging…
Demonstrated at PW 2013 by NIT : WiDy board for Lattice HDR60, MAGIC 3D stereoscopic platform and NSC1003.
Presenting its new MAGIC 3D solution, NIT was chosen as the winner of the VISION Award 2012 by the jury.
The NSC1005 high dynamic range image sensor from NIT is available mounted on a headboard, called the Widy Board, complete with lens and is intended for use with the Lattice HDR-60 Video Camera Development Kit.
Discover on booth # 1I18 the new WDR sensor, the NSC1003 and the MAGIC 3D stereoscopic platform...
NIT will exhibit at the forthcoming show Defense Security and Sensing 2012 in Baltimore, April 23-27, where will be exhibited the World first VGA InGaAS sensor with a dynamic range of 120dB, the NSC1101-SI.
NIT has introduced a stereoscopic camera based upon its global shutter high dynamic range CMOS sensor NSC1001.
NIT will exhibit at the forthcoming show OPTRO 2012 in Paris, February 8-10, and will present its Native Wide Dynamic Range™ sensors.
NIT will participate to the Photonics West Show 2012 in San Francisco, January 24-26 and will exhibit the NSC1105, a 1.3 MPixel WDR sensor with a 10.6µm pixel size and the NSC1101, a high dynamic range read out circuit (ROIC).
The NSC1105 is a 1.3 MPixel WDR sensor with a 10.6µm pixel size and provides a dynamic range of more than 140 dB in a single frame time.
NIT will participate to the Vision Show 2011 in Stuttgart, November 8-10, where we will exhibit on booth #6C55 for the first time our 720p Native WDR color sensor operating in logarithmic mode through more than 140 dB of dynamic range.
The NSC1101 is a high dynamic range read out circuit (ROIC) designed to interface with any photodiode array, through flip chip bonding. NSC1101 is of VGA format (640x512 pixels), it has a pitch of 15µm and can accept any PDA with p-on-n or n-on-p.
NIT is pleased to announce the release of a new set of tone mapping algorithms dedicated to its range of Native WDR™ imaging sensors. These algorithms allow displaying scenes with a wide dynamic intra scene contrast on a simple monitor without losing signal information.
NIT announces a major advance in high dynamic range imaging by introducing a range of color sensors operating in logarithmic response mode. These new sensors are based upon NIT patented Native WDR™ pixel technology where the pixel photodiodes are used as single solar cells providing extraordinary intrinsic dynamic range without exposure time.
The NSC0905FO is a 1280x1024 pixel Native Wide Dynamic Range™ sensor coupled to a flat fiber optic. This sensor has a pixel size of 10.6um and offers more than 120 dB of dynamic range.
New Imaging Technologies (NIT) offers world class CMOS imaging sensors based upon a unique and patented pixel technology which provides intrinsic high dynamic range response of more than 140dB, no noticeable fixed pattern noise and operability without image artifacts to more than 90°C.
NIT offers a complete range of standard, customized and full custom CMOS imaging sensors for a variety of applications where performance, cost, quality and reliability are of premium choice.