Around the globe with Xenics
A year packed full of activities for Xenics, we started 2017 in San Francisco with the SPIE Photonics West exhibition.
The exhibition marked the introduction of the new Tigris-640 cooled MWIR camera.
The Tigris series replaces the Onca MWIR cameras which are end-of-life. Aiming at applications where high speed, high thermal sensitivity, on-board thermography or broadband detectors are required, the Tigris-640 was a key focus for many of our exhibitions this year.
The Tigris-640 continued to appear in subsequent SPIE events in the United States, such as the Defense + Commercial Sensing, and the Optics + Photonics.
Over at London, the bi-yearly DSEI exhibition was held once again later this year. We showcased our easy to integrate camera cores for the safety and security applications.
Apart from the gathering of business prospects, we also believe in giving back and showing support to the vision community. To that end, we collaborated with several partners through active participation in workshops aimed at connecting, educating, and sharing information amongst like-minded individuals within the industry.
Organised by Stemmer Imaging in cooperation with European Imaging
Academy (EIA), the Machine Vision Technology Forum provided a platform for industry specialists and experts sharing the latest technologies and developments in image processing. This photo showing a gesture by Mr. Guido Deutz (European sales manager of Xenics) best summarizes the success of the events which spanned multiple locations across Europe such as Germany and Sweden.
Back to the shores of the US, we attended the 4th International WORKshop on Infrared Technologies organized by Laser Components.
Hosted in the US for the first time, the event was a common ground for discussions on a mix of imaging topics, ranging from theory to applications. Open to student groups, the event gave the new generation a chance to show their entrepreneurial spirit and creativity.
Both events were a huge success, and we thank our partners for the hard work in the organization of those events, and for extending the invitation to Xenics.