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Next generation imaging sensors enabling mobile vision in 3D for automotive driving assistance or autonomous robot navigation.

  • Stage Prototype Ready
  • Industry Semiconductors
  • Location Ecublens, Switzerland
  • Currency CHF
  • Founded July 2013
  • Employees 4
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Company Summary

We develop imaging sensors that recognize and locate fast moving objects in 3D in real-time, enabling driving assistance or autonomous navigation. Target automotive safety requirements for resolution (cm), accuracy (filtering background light), distance (100m), speed (1000 fps), low cost(standard CMOS). Customers are integrators and technology providers adhering to NCAP car safety standards. Other licensing in bioimaging, gesture recognition.


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    R&D Manager

    Senior development engineer for electronics and integrated circuit design. Expert in CMOS single-photon avalanche diodes (SPAD) for 3D time-of-flight imaging. Over 7 years’ experience in IC design, test, and fabrication, 5 of which were spent in industrial design of 3D cameras. MScEE EPFL.

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    Business development manager

    7 years sales management experience in laser and industrial automation sensors. B2B account management experience on Electrical equipment, automation and power electronic sectors.
    MSc.EE EPFL, BA mechancs BFH.

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    Managing Director

    Business angel club President at Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Venture Capital Partner and interim manager. Experience of supporting 30 start-up companies and co-founding 3. 25 year business development and R&D management experience in software, medtech, telecoms industries. MSc.EE EPFL, Business education at IMD, MIT-Sloan, HBS

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    Edoardo Charbon

    Edoardo Charbon served as Chief Architect of Canesta, leading the development of wireless 3D CMOS image sensors until the sale of the company to Microsoft and ultimately integrated in the Kinnect product. Since November 2002, he has been adjunct Professor at EPFL, working in the field of CMOS sensors, biophotonics, and ultra low-power wireless embedded systems. Since 2008 Prof. Charbon is Professor and Chair of VLSI design at TU Delft, where he


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    Michel Jaccard

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