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Teledyne DALSA to Demonstrate its Uncooled Infrared Camera platform at CANSEC 2015

WATERLOO, Canada, May 20, 2015  - Teledyne DALSA, a global leader in digital image sensing technology, will showcase its uncooled infrared, multispectral and visible image sensors and cameras at CANSEC in booth 513. The CANSEC show is held May 27 and 28 at the Ernst & Young Centre in Ottawa, Canada.
Teledyne DALSA offers a unique capability for manufacturing uncooled long-wavelength infrared detectors based on Vanadium Oxide Microbolometer technology. Along with standard products, IR detectors, camera core and cameras can be developed and qualified to customer specifications and are based on Teledyne DALSA's extensive experience in detector and smart camera technology.
Teledyne DALSA's latest innovation, the soon-to-be-released Calibir uncooled LWIR camera platform will be on display, demonstrating its excellent shutterless imaging performance and unparalleled flexibility in a tiny package. With a form factor of 29mm x 29mm, the camera can be integrated in tight spaces for compact solutions. While supporting a variety of interfaces, lenses and state of the art on-board processing features, the platform serves a wide range of today's uncooled imaging applications with an architecture that offers leading edge capabilities for today and even more possibilities for the future.
The company's proven and ruggedized smart camera technology features on-board image processing to reduce or compress data while maintaining critical information, and enables low bandwidth wireless transfer of images obtained in the field. Applications include thermal night vision, threat detection and tracking, high-speed motion tracking, advanced human vision, and vehicle vision systems.
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@teledynedalsa.com or visit Booth 513. Visit our Defense and Security Imaging microsite to download our "Smart Defense & Security Imaging Solutions" brochure. For high resolution images of Teledyne DALSA's products, please visit our online media kit.
About Teledyne DALSA's Imaging Solutions for Defense & Security
Teledyne DALSA designs and manufactures high performance CCD and CMOS image sensors, a broad range of UV and X-ray imaging solutions, as well as innovative smart camera platforms. The company is uniquely positioned to provide state-of-art imaging components and sub-systems to the defense and security Industry. With Canada's only world class MEMS foundry and technology partners, Teledyne DALSA has a unique capability and access to uncooled short-, mid-, and long-wavelength infrared detector technology based on a variety of technological concepts. For more information, visit http://teledynedalsa.com/imaging/markets/defense/.
About Teledyne DALSA, Inc
Teledyne DALSA is an international leader in high performance digital imaging and semiconductors with approximately 1,000 employees worldwide, headquartered in Waterloo, Canada. Established in 1980, the company designs, develops, manufactures and markets digital imaging products and solutions, in addition to providing specialized semiconductor products and services including MEMS. For more information, visit Teledyne DALSA's website at www.teledynedalsa.com.
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Teledyne DALSA reserves the right to make changes at any time without notice.
Cees Draijer
Manager, Defense & Security, Teledyne DALSA
Tel: +1-519-886-6001 ext. 4375
Media Contact:
Geralyn Miller, Manager, Media Relations
Teledyne DALSA
Tel: +1-519-886-6001 ext. 2187
Email: geralyn.miller@teledynedalsa.com 
Published 2015-05-21

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