The SME company hema electronic GmbH and IMS CHIPS are cooperating on the “ColorEye” project in developing particularly small new intelligent high-resolution video cameras based on the new HDRC® image sensor with Global Shutter technology. These cameras will be ideal for dynamic process control in sophisticated industrial applications, such as automation and assistance systems in hauling vehicles.
IMS CHIPS will be developing new color and corrective algorithms based on the new high-dynamic and high-resolution Global Shutter sensors, which were developed within the frame of the European sponsoring program CATRENE.
To improve the quality of packaged high-dynamic HDRC sensors IMS CHIPS is developing a miniature lighting test unit for optical and electric characterization under real operating conditions that can be integrated into an automatic component handler.
“ColorEye” was launched on September 1st, 2015, and is expected to run for 2 years. It is financially sponsored by the BMWI as part of the ZIM (Zentrales Innovationsprogramm Mittelstand) program.
For further information, please go to: www.hema.de