Photodiodes Meet Major Sensor Player
By Mat Dirjish
Photodiode maker ActLight has signed a service agreement based on its single-photon sensitivity technology with a notable sensors company. Okay, so what does mean to the sensor community and mister and missus frontline OEM and/or design engineer? Based on the following, we may never know, but here we go.
Maxim Gureev, Chief Technology Officer at ActLight, insinuates, “Even though the terms of the agreement cannot be disclosed, we are very pleased that our innovative single-photon sensitivity technology attracted a leading player in the sensors field. The adoption of Single Photon Avalanche Diode (SPAD) array in 3D sensing chips is growing fast. The precision of 3D sensing in applications such as smartphones, cars and smart robotics will benefit from this collaboration with our customer and our talented team of engineers is already intensively working to make it happen.”
For more details about ActLight’s technology, absorb the video below. Also, for further illuminations and garnering of wisdom, pay a visit to the ActLight SA website and/or contact the company via email.
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