SWIR camera enables event-based imaging capabilities

May 1, 2023
The MIRA 02Y-E shortwave-infrared (SWIR) camera delivers a fast-imaging frame rate up to 1600 fps.

The MIRA 02Y-E shortwave-infrared (SWIR) camera delivers a fast-imaging frame rate up to 1600 fps. Its readout integrated circuit (ROIC) enables an independent second stream of neuromorphic imaging for event detection, reducing the amount of data communication while tracking what changed in the scene. Ideal for advanced, low SWaP-C applications, the SWIR camera can be integrated into various air platforms, missiles, vehicles, and handheld devices.

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