Full-HD SWIR Cameras Pinpoint The Fine Details

SWIR Vision Systems’ Acuros high definition, short-wave infrared (SWIR) cameras are the first featuring Quantum Dot sensor technology. Groomed to compete directly with incumbent InGaAs SWIR cameras, Acuros cameras are said to deliver higher resolution, lower cost points, and global exportability. The introduction of 1920 x 1080 HD cameras brings full 2.1MP high definition imaging to commercial SWIR applications.

 

According to George Wildeman, CEO of SWIR Vision Systems, “Acuros CQDTM Full HD cameras deliver more then 6X the pixel resolution compared to InGaAs VGA cameras, delivering higher field-of-view and superior clarity to users with the need to resolve the finest details. Our intent is to drive down the cost per megapixel in SWIR imaging, disrupting the cost and performance curve for vision systems designers.”

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