Start-Up Introducing SWIR Colloidal Quantum Dot (CQD) Cameras

Start-up, SWIR Vision Systems (Durham, North Carolina) is launching a line of large format SWIR cameras (“Acuros”) based on Colloidal Quantum Dot (CQD) FPAs that were developed at RTI International (Research Triangle Park, North Carolina). The solution-processed FPAs  are much less costly to produce than InGaAs FPAs which have to undergo semiconductor processing and hybridization to a readout IC.

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