Teledyne e2v, the global innovator of imaging solutions, has won two Vision Systems Design Innovators Awards. Teledyne e2v was presented with a Gold Award for its NBASE-T line scan cameras and a Bronze Award in recognition of its Emerald Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor (CMOS) image sensor family.
The entries were judged on originality and innovation, along with their positive impact on designers, systems integrators and end users. Judging criteria also included whether the product fulfils a need in the market that is not already addressed and whether it leverages a novel technology.
Teledyne e2vâ€™s NBASE-T line scan cameras and Emerald CMOS image sensor family were chosen by a panel of systems integrators, consultants and academics with years of experience in specifying, designing and configuring image processing and machine vision systems.
The NBASE-T line scan camera range provides customers with a frame grabber-less interface, allowing them to transmit uncompressed, high bandwidth images from cameras into systems at the highest possible speed in a cost efficient manner.
Teledyne e2vâ€™s Emerald CMOS image sensor family features the worldâ€™s smallest true global shutter and significantly improves Dark Signal Non Uniformity (DSNU) by a factor of ten when compared to other CMOS products.
Sebastien Teysseyre, Head of Marketing for Professional Imaging at Teledyne e2v, said, â€œWe are thrilled to win two Innovators Awards because innovation is at the heart of everything that we do. Our expertise and unique approach enables us to fulfil the current needs of our customers and help them to prepare for the challenges of tomorrow. The awards acknowledge the work that went into developing these innovative new products and we are honoured to be recognised.â€
Alan Bergstein, publisher of Vision Systems Design, said, “This prestigious programme allows Vision Systems Design to celebrate and recognise the most innovative products and services in the vision and image processing industry. Our 2017 honourees are an outstanding example of companies who are making an impact in the industry.”
Vision Systems Design is a global resource for decision makers in the vision and image processing industry. The Vision Systems Design Innovators Awards programme recognises companies in this industry that display excellence in a product or technology, in research and development, or in applications.
The Visions Systems Design 2017 Innovators Awards honourees are featured in the June issue of Vision Systems Design magazine.
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Teledyne e2vâ€™s innovations lead developments in healthcare, life sciences, space, transportation, defence and security and industrial markets.
Teledyne e2vâ€™s unique approach involves listening to the market and application challenges of customers and partnering with them to provide innovative standard, semi-custom or fully-custom imaging solutions, bringing increased value to their systems. For more information www.e2v.com
About Vision Systems Design
Published since 1996, Vision Systems Design is a global resource for engineers, engineering managers and systems integrators that provides comprehensive global coverage of vision systems technologies, applications, and markets. Vision Systems Design’s magazine, website, email newsletters and webcasts report on and analyse the latest technology and business developments and trends in the worldwide machine vision and image processing industry.
About the Vision Systems Design 2017 Innovators Awards programme
The Vision Systems Design 2017 Innovators Awards programme reviewed and recognised the most innovative products and services in the vision and image processing industry. Honourees were announced at Automate 2017 in Chicago, IL, USA. Criteria used in the Innovators Awards ranking included: originality, innovation; impact on designers, systems integrators and end-users; fulfilling a need in the market that hasnâ€™t been addressed, leveraging a novel technology, and increasing productivity.