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Teledyne DALSA’s Uncooled LWIR Cameras Featured at AUVSI Xponential

Waterloo, Ontario – May 1, 2018 – Teledyne DALSA, a Teledyne Technologies company and global leader in image sensing technology, will highlight its highly versatile and configurable LWIR camera platform at the AUVSI XPONENTIAL exhibition, taking place May 1-3 at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver, Colorado. Teledyne DALSA will be exhibiting in booth #3802.

Teledyne DALSA’s CalibirTM series of uncooled LWIR cameras operate shutterlessly, but can now also be provided with an optional mechanical shutter, for use when necessary, to overcome specific challenging conditions. A compact design and low weight mean the Calibir LWIR cameras can be integrated in tight spaces for confined and low profile solutions. In addition, these new models feature PTP (IEEE 1588) which allows exact synchronisation of multiple cameras, in both the visible and IR spectrums. PTP makes it significantly easier to design networked camera solutions without the need for complex and specific trigger and synchronisation hardware.

Teledyne DALSA will also feature a LWIR-VIS fusion camera concept, which allows for real-time image fusion. This capability is very suitable for UAV applications like Solar Inspection, Search and Rescue and Surveillance.

The Calibir series support a variety of interfaces, lenses, image processing features, and hardware options to serve a wide range of uncooled LWIR imaging applications, including defense and security, UAV, surveillance, thermography and industrial vision. The series architecture lends itself easily to customization of cameras and cores, with options including radiometric operations, smart embedded algorithms, and real-time fusion imaging.

Export Control and Controlled Goods
Teledyne DALSA solutions are subject to Canadian export controls. Teledyne DALSA design controls are compliant to the relevant MIL-standards.

Media Note:
For interview requests please email geralyn.miller@teledyne.com or visit booth 3802. For high resolution images of Teledyne DALSA’s products, please visit our online media kit.

About Teledyne DALSA’s Image Sensors
Aside from Uncooled LWIR capabilities, Teledyne DALSA designs and manufactures high performance CCD and CMOS image sensors for a wide range of digital imaging applications, including professional photography, industrial inspection, radiography, aerospace, and defense and security imaging. Decades of research and development have earned us dozens of patents in the design and fabrication of image sensors, allowing us to continually refine our products into the best-performing devices available today. For more information, visit www.teledynedalsa.com/sensors.

About Teledyne DALSA
Teledyne DALSA is an international technology leader in sensing, imaging, and specialized semiconductor fabrication. Our image sensing solutions span the spectrum from infrared through visible to X-ray; our MEMS foundry has earned a world-leading reputation. In addition, through our subsidiaries Teledyne Optech and Teledyne Caris, we deliver advanced 3D survey and geospatial information systems. Teledyne DALSA employs approximately 1400 employees worldwide and is headquartered in Waterloo, Canada. For more information, visit www.teledynedalsa.com.

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Teledyne DALSA reserves the right to make changes at any time without notice.

Media Contact:
Geralyn Miller
Senior Manager, Global Media Relations  
Tel: +1-519-886-6001 ext. 2187
Email: geralyn.miller@teledyne.com

Sales Contact:
Cees Draijer
Business Line Manager IR
Tel: +1-519-886-6001 ext. 4375
Email: cees.draijer@teledyne.com

Published 2018-04-30

The LWIR series includes integrated mechanical shutter models, and PTP for networked camera solutions. In addition, the company will highlight an LWIR-VIS fusion camera concept suitable for UAV solar inspection, search and rescue, and surveillance.

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