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Published on 24 September 2019


Adimec Advanced Image Systems B.V. specializes in the development and manufacturing of high-performance cameras that meet the application-specific requirements of key market segments, including machine vision, medical imaging, and global security. Founded in 1992, the company partners with major OEMs around the world to facilitate the creation of industry-leading cameras. The unique Adimec True Accurate Imaging® technology provides new levels of precision and accuracy to vision systems. Its diverse line of camera products meets a wide range of performance, size, cost, interface and application requirements. Adimec has offices around the world focused on creating customer value and satisfaction through local, personalized support.


Structured light systems from ams enable 3D imaging applications to achieve extremely high accuracy. Accurate structured light technology is behind the user face recognition being implemented in smartphones. Structured light products and design expertise from ams help customers get to market quickly and scale up production rapidly.
These products, which provide best in class performance, include VCSEL (laser) arrays, projection optics and diffractive optics. The offering from ams also includes expertise insystem design (including dot patterns) as well as in assembly and system integration.


Leti, a technology research institute at CEA Tech, pioneers micro and nanotechnologies, tailoring differentiating applicative solutions that ensure competitiveness in a wide range of markets. The institute tackles critical challenges such as healthcare, energy, transport and ICTs.
Its multidisciplinary teams deliver solid expertise for applications ranging from sensors to data processing and computing solutions, leveraging world-class pre-industrialization facilities.
Leti builds long-term relationships with its industrial partners - global companies, SMEs and startups – and actively supports the launch of technology startups.
Leti is a member of the Carnot Institutes network
Leti’s main divisions:
  - Architecture and IC design, embedded software
  - Silicon components
  - Silicon technologies
  - Optics and Photonics
  - Technologies for Biology and Health
  - Systems and solutions integration
CEA Tech is the technology research branch of the French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission (CEA), a key player in research, development and innovation in defense & security, nuclear energy, technological research for industry and fundamental physical and life sciences. In 2015, Thomson Reuters identified CEA as the most innovative research organization in the world.


We create return on emotion
EVS is globally recognized as the leader in live video technology for broadcast and new media productions. Our passion and purpose are to help our clients craft immersive stories that trigger the best return on emotion. Through a wide range of products and solutions, we deliver the most gripping live sports images, buzzing entertainment shows and breaking news content to billions of viewers every day – and in real-time.

We provide smart live production solutions
The year of our foundation in 1994, also marks the year of the introduction of our Live Slow-Motion system that has become the standard replay technology for all broadcast sporting events across the globe. We’ve maintained our industry-leading position over the years, building on our solid and reliable technological know-how and widening our product portfolio along the way. We now offer a full set of products and software-enabled microservices that respond well to the need for a more flexible approach to video production


Grass Valley's end-to-end ecosystem of reliable, open standards-based solutions helps content creators, broadcasters and media organizations to produce brilliant content and build successful media businesses. Our award-winning technology and trusted industry expertise empower our customers to create captivating experiences that connect people anywhere, on any device, through the magic of media.
As the industry's R&D powerhouse, with the most comprehensive suite of solutions for compelling live content, we are the trusted partner to many of the biggest and most creative names in the media and entertainment business. We help our customers transition to IP and cloud-based infrastructures to enable flexible, scalable and smart workflows. Our advanced solutions enable the production of rich, high quality content that brings the viewer closer to the action; engages them with the story and connects them with each other.
Headquartered in Montreal, Grass Valley has been in the broadcast business for 60 years and is part of St. Louis-based Belden Inc. For more information, visit



The ImVia (Image Vision and Artificial Intelligent) is a laboratory specialized in machine vision and image processing. The ImVia is the only representative in this domain in the region of Bourgogne and Franche-Comte, East of France. Since several years it developed the skills in the field of sensors. It collaborates with several local industries. In addition, the ImVia provides scientific support with its Vision platform 2D/2D + / 3D in France. Through participation in the previous projects CISTERN/PENTA, OFS/PSPC, EXIST/EXCEL, the ImVia initiated the creation several start-ups company in the domain of non-conventional imaging systems.




​Institut Langevin is a joint research unit between ESPCI Paris and CNRS. It obtained in 2011 the French government label “LABEX” (laboratory of excellence) for the project WIFI (Waves and Imaging: From Fundamentals to Innovation).Institut Langevin was set up in 2009 by Mathias Fink. It was created by merging two laboratories: the "Waves and Acoustics laboratory", founded and directed by Mathias Fink, and the "Optics Physics laboratory" leaded by Claude Boccara. The aim was to create a laboratory of which the activities would cover all kinds of waves. Arnaud Tourin succeeded to Mathias Fink as Director of Institut Langevin in 2014. He is assisted by a deputy-director, Yannnick De Wilde, and a scientific committee composed of Claire Prada, Rémi Carminati, Claude Boccara and Mathias Fink




The development of systems in the field of industrial vision (image analysis software, dedicated acquisition and processing systems, color and multispectral imaging, visible, near-infrared and thermal) for the production industry. goods, in the medical field, in agriculture, in the food industry
Development of systems in machine vision:
· Software of image analysis,
· Acquisition and processing,
· Color imagery and multispectral,
· Visible, infrared and thermal
· Applications:
         o Control in Food Production
         o Vision in Medical Imaging
         o Solution for Agriculture and Food Industry
         o Non-Destructive Control in Artificial Vision


​TNO's Intelligent Imaging group works together with partners on technological breakthroughs leading to major innovations in high-priority societal and economic themes. About 40 professionals work in the Intelligent Imaging research group, which is engaged in image processing, image enhancement, image analysis, visual pattern recognition, and artificial intelligence.

We develop applications in the areas of:

- Defence, Safety & Security: video surveillance systems, multi-camera tracking and persons recognition, behavior recognition software, smart cameras

- Transport and Mobility: traffic management systems, cooperative traffic control, pedestrian and moving object detection

- Health care: remote patient monitoring, unattended autonomous surveillance, image-guided interventions

- Industrial and infrastructure inspection: highly complex measurement and control systems (2D en 3D vision, x-ray, infrared, and laser)

In addition, the research group is also engaged in a wide variety of projects involving complex image processing and computer vision in both 2D and 3D. In these projects, we apply our unparalleled expertise in the area of sensors and sensor systems to develop smart real-time algorithms. We work together with companies to develop complete systems and to implement software on computer platforms (PC, DSP and FPGA). Furthermore, the group works closely together with other research disciplines within TNO, including Human Behavior, Human Factors, Traffic Behavior, and Distributed Sensor Systems.