Pleora Technologies Helps PHOTONIS

OTTAWA, Canada -- Pleora Technologies, a globally trusted development partner for standards-based camera interfaces, is pleased to announce that its iPORT embedded camera interfaces have been chosen by PHOTONIS to extend its NOCTURN family of digital low-light CMOS cameras to provide GigE Vision and USB3 Vision connectivity.

"Our development efforts are a direct result of immediate demand from our customers", says Gregg Bell, President and CEO, PHOTONIS USA. "Pleora has a strong reputation as an experienced and high-value development partner. By using their USB3 Vision and GigE Vision embedded camera interfaces we can rapidly achieve compliance with those standards".

Pleora is now providing iPORT NTx-U3 embedded camera interfaces to manufacturers of industrial cameras and other imaging devices, allowing these companies to rapidly create products which are compliant with the newly-released USB3 Vision standard. End users of these imaging devices will benefit from rapid software application development, as the Pleora eBUS SDK version 4.0 has been designed to incorporate USB3 Vision and GigE Vision functionality into a single API.

"In developing the USB3 Vision compliant iPORT NTx-U3 embedded camera interface we took extraordinary efforts to ensure seamless mechanical, electrical and software compatibility between it and our latest generation of GigE Vision embedded camera interfaces", says George Chamberlain, President of Pleora Technologies. "This compatibility will help PHOTONIS to efficiently manufacture, maintain, and support the new designs, while giving their customers the ability to support both GigE Vision and USB3 Vision models using a single software library."

Exhibition at SPIE DS+S
Both PHOTONIS and Pleora Technologies will be exhibiting at the upcoming SPIE Defense, Security, and Sensing 2013 trade show beginning April 30 at the Baltimore Convention Center, Baltimore, Maryland. Visit PHOTONIS at booth #1941 and Pleora Technologies at booth #1242.

About Pleora
Pleora Technologies Inc. pioneered the use of Gigabit Ethernet for real-time camera connectivity and revolutionized industrial imaging. With this spirit of innovation, Pleora continues to engineer standards-based camera interface solutions for mission-critical imaging applications. Pleora's platform-based design approach offers a wide range of off-the-shelf and customized hardware and software components that provide maximum design flexibility while simplifying integration, maintenance and interoperability.

PHOTONIS is a multinational high-technology group, with more than 40 years experience in manufacture, sales and innovation, specializing in photo sensor technology. The Group operates internationally in the night vision, surveillance, industrial, scientific, nuclear and medical imaging markets and celebrated its 75th anniversary in 2012. PHOTONIS USA holds several patents for the design and manufacture of a wide range of products including cameras, power tubes and photon detectors as well as standard and custom assemblies for mass spectroscopy and other medical, bio-medical and scientific instruments.

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