TriEye is the developer of the world’s first low-cost, high-resolution short-wave infrared (SWIR) sensor Technology. The sensors are designed for wide-scale production for a variety of automotive, biometric, medical and consumer electronic applications.
SWIR sensors have previously been costly requiring exotic materials with a complex manufacturing process, producing a low yield and low-resolution sensors. This has limited the use cases for consumers and businesses.
TriEye has developed a patented CMOS-based sensing solution which can be mass-produced, addressing the need for a highly scalable yet cost-efficient alternative to today’s generation of camera sensors. This opens up a huge range of potential new use cases that have previously been impossible using the currently available methods.
The revolutionary sensors from TriEye allow for “high-resolution image data and depth perception in all weather and lighting conditions”. Whilst the company’s primary target market is the automotive industry, its technology is highly applicable to a wide range of other sectors, including mobile, industrial, security and optical inspection.
In November 2021, TriEye won the prestigious CES 2022 Innovation Award—in the Vehicle Intelligence & Transportation category—for its proprietary SEDAR (Spectrum-Enhanced Detection and Ranging) technology. This cutting-edge technology is deemed the “ultimate imaging and ranging solution” for Advanced- Driver-Assistance-Systems (ADAS) and Autonomous Vehicles (AV).
Prior to this recognition, TriEye also received two other CES Innovation Awards for its CMOS-based SWIR solution, the Raven.
The company has already taped out existing generations of their SWIR sensors and has received validation from leading automotive and non-automotive customers.