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AWAIBA’s core business is the development and supply of image sensors for specialized applications, focusing on medical endoscopy, industrial inspection, high-speed imaging, high-speed line scan, automotive on board cameras and scientific imaging and analysis. AWAIBA offers CMOS image sensors custom designed to these applications as well as off the shelf products optimized for well-defined application areas. Read more

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January 14, 2015 / Visit Us at the Upcoming Fairs

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Medical Device Development Expo (MEDIX) in Osaka Dates; February 4th Wed. – 6th Fri. Venue; INTEX Osaka, Japan Hall No.2, Booth No.9-32 http://www.medix-kansai.jp/en/Home/ You can see your company name in the show webpage as follows; https://medical2015.tems-system.com/exhisearch/medix/eng/ExhiList   SPIE Photonics West 10 – 12-February 2015 San Francisco, California, United States the flagship event for companies in the photonics industry. The exhibition sold out in 2014 with more than 1,250 companies. The Moscone Center BOOTH NUMBER: 5415 http://spie.org/x23685.xml  Vision Shanghai, China 17-19 Mar 2015 http://www.visionchinashow.net/en/index.aspx?zhanhuiid=5 (together with CMOSIS) International Exhibition Centre (Hall N1) booth #1237. Image Sensors London 18-19 March 2015 http://Image

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October 13, 2014 / NanEye Camera article on Biophotonics Magazine

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Wafer-level packaging, CMOS circuits and MOEMS technologies help realize sub-1-mm camera modules. Imaging and small-sized digital camera modules have become ubiquitous. Only a few years ago, a digital camera recorder was still a considerable investment, and its size and weight made users consider whether to drag it along or not. Today, the presence of digital cameras everywhere seems self-evident. Smartphones usually implement more than one camera, and game consoles are gearing up to combine video, digital stills and 3-D interaction with the total gaming experience, resulting in four or more cameras per device. The expansion of cameras has only been possible by