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Quantum Imaging, SemiConductor Devices Secure Funding for SWIR Camera Development

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Quantum Imaging Inc. of Colorado and SemiConductor Devices of Israel will develop a next-generation short-wave infrared (SWIR) camera with funding from the Israel-U.S. Binational Industrial Research and Development (BIRD) Foundation. The total project cost is about $1 million.

Traditionally, the use of SWIR cameras has been limited to a very small number of applications such as military vehicles and high-end laboratory studies because the cost of a single camera can exceed $40,000.

The new SWIR camera will be smaller, lighter, use less power and cost substantially less, the company said, making it applicable in a number of new markets including silicon wafer inspection, commercial aviation, firefighting, agricultural inspection, homeland security and defense.

Quantum Imaging Inc. develops camera spanning the spectrum from x-rays to SWIR. SemiConductor Devices develops detectors for the complete IR spectrum and recently introduced its first SWIR detector based on InGaAs.

For more information, visit www.quantumimaging.com.

Photonics Spectra
Jun 2015
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