An active radar reflector
We are pleased to announce the introduction of KORK, an active radar reflector with an optical marker at its center for aligning visual cameras and radar systems.
- Precise spatial alignment of radar and camera sensors
- Verify sensor alignment (e.g., for online algorithms)
- A visible radar cross-section over a large angular range
- Reflection center and optical marker on the same plane
- A frequency range of 76 – 81 GHz
KORK's versatile design allows it to be easily integrated into a test lab or a production line. It is very beneficial for sensor development and EoL testing.
Geometric camera calibration
Execute NIR calibrations with the GEOCAL IR
GEOCAL is a compact solution that maps distortion using a beam-expanded laser combined with a diffractive optical element (DOE). This solution eliminates the need for extensive floor space, external light sources, relay lenses, etc., while still providing the ability to measure all lens distortion's intrinsic and extrinsic parameters.
The IR version expands the laser diode wavelength range to 935 nm, allowing you to perform geometric camera calibrations in the NIR region.
Adaptive white technology
A new light source for reflective illumination
AW technology is the latest illumination technology for reflective illumination in a test lab. Our R&D department began developing an AW (Adaptive White) light source after it became clear that fluorescent tubes were becoming increasingly difficult to find. AW technology offers many advantages, such as:
- Adjustable brightness and color temperature (CCT)
- Excellent illumination uniformity
- 25 pre-defined configurable presets
- CRI > 90 and ≥ 95 versions
- Horizontal and vertical user interface versions
- Superior power distribution vs. fluorescent tubes
While AW technology does not offer as many possibilities as iQ-LED technology, it provides an advanced alternative to fluorescent tubes. You can now select different correlated color temperatures (CCT) instead of a single color temperature with fluorescent tubes. It is an excellent option for new test labs.
2024 conference schedule
Join us for Electronic Imaging and Photonics West
We are excited to be once again a part of two great conferences this coming January. We look forward to seeing everyone and learning about the latest advancements in imaging and photonics.
- Electronic Imaging Symposium – January 21-25, 2024 – Burlingame, CA
- SPIE Photonics West – January 27 – February 1, 2024 – San Francisco, CA
During Electronic Imaging, CTO Uwe Artmann will teach a few short courses, including “Measurement and Calibration of Image Quality KPIs” and “Camera Noise Sources and their Characterization using International Standards.”
CEO Dietmar Wueller will also be teaching a short course on “Production Line Camera Color Calibration” with partner Eric Walowit. Sign up online to participate!
We will participate in a joint Nynomic booth during the Photonics West conference. We hope to see you all there!