To ensure that Europe remains at the forefront of image capture due to the diversity of applications that support many key industries, EXIST will research and develop new technologies for innovative image sensors, needed in the next plus one (N+2) generation of imaging devices used in several application domains. 

EXIST’s technologies and demonstrators will enable a number of new vision systems addressing many societal and business needs, such as broadcast cameras with unprecedented image quality and enhanced viewer experience, enhanced quality control in a smart production environment, improved healthcare/medical applications, improved safety through more sensitive and versatile gas detection systems for industrial applications, and more. 

ECS Strategic Research Agenda focus areas:

Digital Life

Digital Industry

Health and Well-Being

ECSEL Call 2015

Start date: 05/2015

Duration: 36 months

Project coordinator:

Christine van Houtven



Number of partners: 15

Number of countries: 4

Total investment: M€ 31.72

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