We’ve been regulars at Photonics West for a number of years now, which is being held February 16-18 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. This year will be no exception.
It’s not just that we like to have a getaway from the typical Syracuse winter. A break from snow and cold is always welcome, even when it means foggy and cool, which is what we’re likely to get next week in San Francisco. But this winter’s been a pretty easy one so far, and we’d look forward to Photonics West anyway.
For those unfamiliar with it, the show bills itself as the place to “see the latest research, innovations, products, and services driving today’s technology trends.” Those trends cover many of the types of applications Critical Link’s products are embedded in.
This year, we’ll be showcasing our just-announced infrared-enhanced CCD camera, the MityCCD-H11501. This camera features the latest sensor technology from Hamamatsu, and is designed for scientific imaging applications. We’ll also be displaying our MityCAM sCMOS-based cameras, which combine sensors from Fairchild Imaging and CMOSIS with our Cyclone V SoC-based System on Module.
If you’re going to be at Photonics West, stop by Booth 630 to say hello and take a look at all our CCD and CMOS-based cameras. If you’re interested in customization options or would just like to set up a specific time to meet, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. That also goes for those of you staying home and enjoying the remainder of winter, wherever you are!