Superior Monitoring in Industrial Processes

The latest industrial revolution, Industry 4.0, has prompted the automation and digitalization of manufacturing, providing higher yields at lower operation costs. Machine vision algorithms make it possible to identify issues, monitor processes, and inspect quality. Although optimization of these algorithms is constantly underway, the outcome is limited to the input image data provided by the imagery hardware. For example, in situations with high glare or extreme heat, the input from visible (VIS) and Near Infrared (NIR) cameras is extremely limited.

It is well-known that Short-Wave Infrared (SWIR) sensors can solve existing perception challenges and potentially unlock advanced sensing capabilities that were previously not possible. However, the high cost and limited availability of traditional InGaAs-based SWIR sensors create a significant barrier to mass industrial adoption.

SWIR Sensing for the Masses

TriEye’s innovative CMOS-based HD SWIR sensor provides enhanced, reliable image-data at a price fit for mass market scale. TriEye’s SWIR technology enables real-time remote material sensing, allowing machine vision algorithms to inspect, detect, and monitor issues that are not visible to the human eye. Furthermore, SWIR vision is unaffected by high temperature glare, enabling monitoring of welding and high temperature production lines, such as glass and metal.

In addition, the SWIR spectrum has a lower refractive coefficient than VIS or NIR spectrums, making light less scattered. This results in enhanced vision through common challenging visibility conditions such as dust, smoke, opaque surfaces, etc.



Wide Spectral Range in HD

HD capabilities for detecting concealed malfunctions and defects, and identifying materials in a wide spectral range (0.4-1.6µm)

Uncompromised Vision

Sees through common challenging visibility conditions like dust, smoke, opaque surfaces, and extreme heat

Eye-Safe and Indiscernible

Powerful Short-Wave Infrared illumination that is invisible and completely safe to the human eye


1000 times cheaper compared to current InGaAs-based solutions, fit for mass-market applications

Seamless Integration

Integrates with existing Visible ISP and AI algorithms, removing the barrier of training and developing new AI algorithms

Size, Weight, and Power (SWAP)

Small form factor, light weight, and low power consumption that support standard system and camera designs

Additional Resources


Unlocking Industrial Challenges with SWIR Sensing

With the constant demand to improve industrial processes, the latest industrial revolution has promoted the automation and digitalization of manufacturing

Image sensor close-up photo in lab


Cutting the Costs: Affordable SWIR Cameras

Pricing is a crucial decision factor in the development of products in the automotive industry. The systems that underlie highly automated vehicles (L3 and above) are more costly compared to the prices of L1 and L2 Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS).


Remote Material Sensing Turns the Invisible, Visible

Every material has a unique spectral response defined by its chemical and physical characteristics; that response can be detected by comparing the relative intensities of carefully chosen spectral bands in a process called remote material sensing.

Unlock the benefits of cost-effective SWIR sensing with TriEye's Ovi DevKit