Exosens signs US agreement with Scientific Imaging
Exosens signs a partnership with Scientific Imaging, Inc. to distribute its two main product brands: Photonis and Xenics.
All products from Xenics and Photonis are covered in the distribution and partnership agreement with Scientific Imaging. The overall strategy of this partnership is to add commercial value to customers through a streamlined sales and service channel. This will provide access to a family of UV to NIR cameras (from Photonis) and SWIR and LWIR imaging systems (from Xenics) tailored to the US market. For Photonis and Xenics brands, this agreement is another step of broadening the market position by relying on Scientific Imaging’s established user base of optics and imaging technologies and applications.
Scientific Imaging supplies best-in-class imaging solutions for a wide range of applications in Life Sciences, Microscopy, Inspection, Machine Vision and Quality Control. With a team of experienced professionals providing imaging solutions to meet the needs of imaging projects, Scientific Imaging is excited to bring its knowledge and expertise to help develop new sales opportunities with Photonis and Xenics products.
The wide range of high-performance cameras covered by the agreement also opens new horizons in various markets, with a greater purpose to improve and emphasize the specific needs of potential users in the region. For example, Xenics Manx series is the world’s fastest InGaAs line-scan cameras with high-image resolutions. Xenics Wildcat+ series, with its high sensitivity and affordability, are the area-scan shortwave-infrared cameras with CameraLink™️ or plug-and-play USB3 Vision interfaces. In the long-wave infrared region, Xenics offers cameras and cores with low NETD options, a broader range of optics options and pixel resolutions for various thermal imaging needs. Photonis Nocturn series of low light imaging camera cores are ruggedized, passive with features like high-definition resolution, high sensitivity. iNocturn series from Photonis features a unique combination of ultra-sensitivity, low SWaP and high-frame rate, high-QE photodetectors, and gating capability.