Xenics is a well established and rapidly growing high-tech company about to enter exciting new fields of infrared products and applications, serving the market with excellent products and a strong technology background.
Xenics’ advanced infrared cameras feature high quality and high performance in all major IR wavelength ranges for the most demanding research applications.
In industry today, reliability and accuracy are crucial issues to cut costs and increase productivity and quality. Xenics infrared cameras are an important monitoring and control tool for continuous, real-time and on-line infrared imaging in production and plant processes.
Thermography is an imaging technique used to display the surface temperature of objects. Therefore the thermal change of individual components can be monitored and analyzed. Xenics thermography cameras can easily be adapted to different operating conditions.
Public order and security are permanently challenged. Xenics offers world-leading innovations with durable infrared modules and cameras to detect and analyse scenes normally hidden from the human eye for system integrators within the security industry.
Because not every need can be solved with a standard camera, Xenics designs and develops a number of stand-alone infrared OEM modules, imagers and other components that are sold to manufacturers and system integrators worldwide.
Xenics has a dedicated in-house design team delivering state-of-the-art custom solutions for your advanced or specialized applications. One of our core competences is designing complex, high-performing analog and digital CMOS integrated circuits as well as dedicated electro-optic instrumentation.
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Xenics is the leading developer of innovative infrared solutions for a wide range of applications.
Our passion is infrared imagers, cores and cameras of best-in-class image quality.
Secure in Air appreciates the professional service, knowledge and advice of Xenics in implementing the Gobi camera in our project GeoCampro. Our client was more than satisfied with the results, looking for (thermal) defects in the railways.