Fairchild Imaging to Exhibit at Shephard’s Night Vision & EOS Conference

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Next generation sCMOS technology brings solid-state digital imaging to night vision.

Fairchild Imaging will exhibit at the Shephard Night Vision & EOS Conference in London, UK, October 12-14, 2010. This event is the largest dedicated night vision and electro-optical system event of its kind, and is an ideal venue for the company to present new low-light CMOS image sensors and cameras. Situated in Booth 38 of the Olympia Conference Center, Fairchild Imaging will demonstrate our new sCMOS camera which delivers the combination of size, speed, and sensitivity necessary for the challenging low-light imaging requirements of aerospace, defense, security, and surveillance markets.

The camera utilizes sCMOS imaging technology specifically developed to meet the demands of low-light imaging applications without sacrificing frame-rate, resolution or dynamic range. According to Colin Earle, Fairchild Imaging’s Vice President of Sales & Marketing, “sCMOS technology is unique in its ability to simultaneously deliver high resolution, dynamic range and low-light imaging performance—all in real time.” Although sCMOS was originally developed for scientific imaging, the performance features of this technology are well suited to the rigors of defense, security and surveillance. Fairchild Imaging will be exhibiting sCMOS cameras and their unique low-light imaging performance throughout the show.

About Fairchild Imaging
Fairchild Imaging is a designer and manufacturer of CCD and CMOS image sensors and cameras for aerospace, industrial, medical and scientific imaging. Located in Milpitas, CA, Fairchild Imaging is a privately held corporation whose major investors include The Carlyle Group, BAE Systems, and management. Information about Fairchild Imaging is available on the worldwide Web at http://www.fairchildimaging.com.

Contact information:

Colin Earle
Fairchild Imaging
PH: 408-433-2500
FAX: 408-435-7352

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