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By strengthening its production capabilities and optimizing processes, Xenics is happy to announc


Learn more about the latest in-house developed XLIN-FC series, during the BiOS, Photonics West ev


We recap the hottest events for the year in the final 2017 issue of the Xenics Newsflash:


Haas Laser Technologies partners with Xenics to develop a passive laser beam analyser for CO2 las


We are coming to SPIE Optics + Photonics this September.


Learn all about our activities of late in this content packed issue of the Xenics Newsflash:


We are coming to SPIE Optics + Photonics this August.


We are co-exhibiting with Laser Components at the Laser World of Photonics this year, where we wi


This article examines the general need for laser beam profile analysis.


In our first newsflash issue for the year, we review the events involving Xenics for the year thu


The semiconductor industry has grown to become one of the largest industries in the world.


We are exhibiting at SPIE DCS this year with our latest cameras for the security and commercial s

Upcoming events

defense commercial sensing SPIE
15/04/2018 to 19/04/2018

Xenics will demonstrate its latest infrared products at SPIE DCS 2018.

06/06/2018 to 07/06/2018

Xenics will be present at Chii 2018 - the Conference on Hyperspectral Imaging

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Application notes
Sensor-based food inspection and sorting Customer Success Story - Line scan SWIR camera Lynx proves its mettle in food inspection and sorting application
Dual-Band Monitoring Keeps Trains Running in Winter Keeping critical parts of the railroad infrastructure free of snow, sleet, hail and ice – and even detecting unauthorized persons walking the rails – is essential for a safe and uninterrupted transportation service. Dual-band monitoring of critical rail elements with a PTZ (pan, tilt and zoom) camera platform in the visible and thermal infrared ranges can remotely inspect installed switch heaters at a range of up to 2000 ft.
Corporate articles
Q&A for Imaging and Machine Vision Europe CEO Bob Grietens gives his opinion about the importance of infrared imaging for the machine vision industry. He will do so in an interview with the renown trade magazine Imaging and Machine Vision Europe (IMVE). Market trends and technology features are also well covered.
Adapting to change From humble beginnings, the Belgian company Xenics has grown to become one of the world's leading suppliers of short-wave infrared cameras outside the US. Nadya Anscombe finds out how the company has survived the economic crisis by changing its business strategy and continually developing its products.
Infrared endeavours Warren Clark explores how Belgian company Xenics has carved out a niche in the field of infrared cameras.

Extreme compact size and low weight

Given the extremely compact size and low weight of the Xenics XS-1.7-320 SWIR camera it was extremely easy to integrate it into our existing optical setup.

University of Strathclyde