Applications

  • SWIR spectroscopy is a valuable tool to classify products. SWIR microscopy is typically used to inspect micro-electronic circuits on chip or wafer level.

  • Laser gated imaging with short integration time allows imaging at long ranges through haze, smoke, fog or dust.

  • Low-light-level imaging in semiconductor microscopy applications is used for fault localization in microelectronic failure analysis.

  • High speed imaging is taking pictures at a high frame rate using a short exposure time. We offer the world's fastest SWIR InGaAs camera and versatile MWIR cameras.

  • Homeland security is mainly focused on critical infrastructure protection. Image fusion is a great technique as it combines SWIR and LWIR images, resulting in the best of both worlds.

  • Thermography is widely used in applications where contact-thermometry cannot be used to measure temperature.

  • Adaptive Optics (AO) or wavefront sensing (WFS) is a technique to measure wavefront errors or distortions, and correct the resulting image in real time.

  • Major industries of the modern world are utilising lasers in a variety of applications. Laser beam profiling is often critical to ensure correct operation of these applications.

  • Infrared imaging is a vital technology to detect threats like aggression or natural disasters to the critical infrastructure (and its surroundings) of a country or state.

  • We offer our Xenicscores to system integrators that have a need for commercial of the shelf (COTS) infrared imaging cores which they integrate in their state of the art imaging systems used by governments all over the world.

  • Fires lead to huge physical costs and emotional damage for the involved parties. To prevent this it is important to detect fires as soon as possible. We offer various infrared cameras that are suited for this task

  • Clear visibility is of the highest importance in any surveillance, safety & security operation. Critical airborne, road and maritime operations can benefit from a clear view on the scene and the environment.

  • Airborne infrared imaging requires multiple cameras with different wavelengths. The airborne platform is a manned rotary or fixed wing aircraft, an unmanned UAV/UAS or even a balloon or blimp.

  • With 70% of the earth’s surface covered with water, maritime infrared imaging is deployed to detect and monitor a wide variety of activities in difficult circumstances.

  • Xenics offers rugged SWIR InGaAs camera cores that come with an intuitive digital interface for easy signal acquisition and camera tuning. Its small form factor, low weight and low power consumption allow an easy integration. Where its embedded image enhancement routines deliver the best image quality

  • A cooled thermal core is a camera engine that consists of a MWIR or LWIR Stirling cooled detector, electronics for interfacing and on-board image processing, a mechanical frame and a zoom lens (optionally).

  • Uncooled bolometer cores like our "XTM" are used in all sorts of applications. From R&D projects over industrial automation to homeland security

  • Xenics offers specialized products that range from Read-out Integrated Circuit (ROIC) wafers, photodiode arrays, unpackaged and packaged FPA’s to parts of cameras.