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IWA2018 ended perfectly: IRay 12μm "China Core" is well reputed

IWA2018 ended perfectly: IRay 12μm "China Core" is well reputed

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The four-day International Outdoor Hunting Exhibition (IWA2018) ended today in Nuremberg, Germany. As the world's premier large-scale international professional exhibition of hunting, firearms, outdoor and optoelectronics. This IWA exhibition attracted more than 2,000 exhibitors from nearly 100 countries, gathered the leading brands in the outdoor products industry, and nearly 50,000 professional trade visitors.

At this exhibition, IRay has successfully released the Micro series module of the new generation thermal imaging products. The module uses IRay's latest 12-micron infrared detectors, including 640 x 512 and 384 x 288. The indicators have reached the international advanced level, and the sensitivity (NETD) is less than 40mK.

 

IRay has also exhibited a series of detectors and modules, as well as monocular thermal scopes and  thermal imaging cameras for smartphone, which have been recognized by internationally renowned machine manufacturers and professional customers.

The four-day exhibition ended successfully. Thanks to the support and encouragement of new and old customers, IRay will continue to strengthen its technology accumulation, continue to increase investment in research and development, open up the international market, and provide the market with safer, more reliable and more advanced infrared products.

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IRay Technology

IRay Technology is a national high-tech enterprise and a leading supplier of uncooled infrared focal plane detectors and movement components. It is committed to providing professional infrared imaging products and solutions to customers around the world.

The company currently employs more than 300 people, including more than 150 R&D personnel, and has 167 patented technologies covering the areas of integrated circuit development, MEMS sensor design and manufacturing, and image algorithms.