Who are we?
Gpixel delivers off-the-shelf and semi – or fully-customized CMOS image sensors that meet the demands of scientific, industrial, professional and medical imaging markets. At Gpixel our seasoned, multidisciplinary team of experts are passionate about pushing the boundaries of image sensing technologies. As a proven designer and supplier of advanced CMOS image sensors, we develop solutions that meet the exacting demands of our target markets with the added benefits of volume production.
Founded in 2012 by experienced CMOS image sensor designers and semiconductor physicists, Gpixel works in close cooperation with our customers and business partners to produce state-of-art CMOS image sensors for use all over the world. From our offices in Changchun (headquarters) ,Hangzhou and Dalian , China, Antwerp, Belgium (European design center) and Tokyo, Japan (Japanese design center) we are committed to delivering innovative and specialized high-end CMOS image sensor solutions to our global customer base.
Our advanced CMOS image sensors draw on a wide range of innovative and state-of-the-art features and functionality. From high resolutions and fast frame rates to very high gain and extremely low noise, you can choose the exact features your camera needs. You also have the choice of optical format, pixel size and global or rolling shutter options. Gpixel’s standard products include the GMAX and GSPRINT global shutter series, the GSENSE high-end scientific CMOS series, and the GL series of line scan CMOS image sensors, the GLT series of TDI imagers and the GTOF series of iTOF imagers, and the GLUX series for demanding surveillance and scientific applications. Gpixel is committed to provide a broad portfolio of products utilizing the latest technologies to meet the ever-growing demands of the professional imaging market.
Gpixel is active member in the following organizations and associations:
The European Machine Vision Association EMVA is a non-for-profit and non-commercial association representing the Machine Vision industry in Europe. The association was founded in 2003 in Barcelona by industry representatives from all over Europe to promote the development and use of machine vision technology.
The Chinese Machine Vision industry Union (CMVU) represents Chinese and other company active in the machine vision industry in China. It takes advantage of industry resources and combines the characteristics of imaging technology and provides an efficient communication and trading platform for its members.