• Teledyne e2v sensor takes weather forecasting to the next level of ‘nowcasting’
    2023/05/05 3:16 PM

    Chelmsford, UK, May 9, 2023  – Teledyne e2v, part of the Teledyne Technologies, delivered the custom designed CMOS image sensor for ESA and the Eumetsat MTG-I imaging satellite . Meteosat Third Generation (MTG), will take over from the two previous Metrological satellite missions that are currently in operation.  The first image from this new weather satellite reveals significantly higher det…

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  • Teledyne joins forces with ETM-Electromatic Inc.
    2022/10/26 8:37 AM

    Teledyne recently announced the acquisition of ETM-Electromatic Inc of Newark, CA, USA.  ETM has expertise in design, build and test of high-voltage, high-power microwave and high-energy X-ray products for medical, security, communications, radar/EW, and test/measurement markets.  ETM’s pedigree and scarce combination of high-voltage, microwave combining, thermal engineering, and X-ray system i…

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  • Delivering custom system solutions for radiotherapy
    2022/10/07 12:55 PM

    Teledyne e2v is unlocking the future of radiotherapy with bespoke system solutions at ASTRO 2022, 23-25 October, in San Antonio, Texas. Teledyne e2v is committed to pioneering state-of-the-art solutions for radiotherapy technology. At this year’s ASTRO meeting, we are focusing on our custom radio frequency (RF) system solutions that enables manufacturers of linear accelerator (LINAC)-based radi…

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  • Tackling the radiotherapy recruitment challenge in North America
    2022/06/27 10:53 AM

    By sharing expertise in the form of insights and training, Teledyne e2v and RSA are proactively supporting radiotherapy’s service engineer recruitment challenge in North America – and beyond. A shortage of service engineers is putting the radiotherapy industry under great strain. Service engineers are vital for the maintenance of linear accelerator (LINAC) systems, and a deficit threatens to i…

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  • Teledyne e2v, designing the next wave in radiotherapy
    2022/04/14 4:00 PM

    Teledyne e2v’s commitment to shaping the future of radiotherapy technology will be very much in evidence as we unveil our new components and subsystem design at ESTRO 2022, 6-10 May, in Copenhagen, Denmark. Teledyne e2v has long been at the forefront of radiotherapy innovation, creating state-of-the-art RF power components and – more recently – entire subsystems for linear accelerator (LINAC) b…

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  • Streamlining radiotherapy with a new compact RF subsystem
    2022/03/08 3:51 PM

    Leo Cancer Care and Teledyne e2v discuss the key elements of Leo’s new compact radiotherapy system.  This has been made possible with the integration of Teledyne e2v’s  RF sub-system, which delivers proven technology in a small package

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  • Teledyne e2v and Leo Cancer Care Partner to Achieve an Innovative Minimal Platform Footprint
    2022/01/13 11:36 AM

    Leo Cancer Care is driving a paradigm shift in the radiation therapy market, developing solutions where the patient is in the upright orientation, removing the need for large and expensive gantries and instead utilising a fixed radiation beam and rotating the patient. Leo Cancer Care is focused on delivering a family of products designed for the economics of the future, meeting customers’ clinic…

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  • CSUG & Teledyne e2v Unveil AI-Enabled Smart Nanosatellite with On-Board Imaging Processing at Space Tech Expo 2021
    2021/11/10 11:44 AM

    Grenoble, 10 th   November 2021   – The Centre Spatial Universitaire de Grenoble (CSUG), in partnership with Teledyne e2v, will be using this year’s Space Tech Expo to provide visitors with a detailed demonstration of a high-performance image analysis system for CubeSat deployment. Intended for Earth observation tasks, this system will process the images on-board to build simplified binary m…

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  • Microwave mining: engineering team behind revolutionary copper mining technology wins prestigious Academy Award
    2021/09/19 11:55 AM

    A multidisciplinary team of engineers from the University of Nottingham and Teledyne e2v have received this year's Colin Campbell Mitchell Award from the Royal Academy of Engineering for developing MicroHammer, a revolutionary process for extracting copper from its ore using microwave technology. The team were presented with the award at the Academy's AGM in London on 18 September. The team, whi…

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  • Teledyne e2v introduces the industry’s smallest 2MP & 1.5MP CMOS sensors, featuring a low-noise global shutter pixel
    2021/09/14 11:51 AM

    New Topaz sensors are ideal for mobile applications, offering an attractive price point with no-compromise performance. Grenoble, FRANCE, September 14, 2021 –   Teledyne e2v, a part of Teledyne Technologies [NYSE: TDY], has introduced its   Topaz   series of industrial CMOS sensors with new 2MP and 1.5MP resolution devices. These new 1920 x 1080 and 1920 x 800-pixel format sensors use sta…

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