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Neuricam  Profile

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Neuricam  Company Overview

NeuriCam is a manufacturer of optical sensor systems-on-chip and systems. Founded in 1998, NeuriCam has developed a set of complementary and synergistic CMOS sensors, vision algorithms and fabless manufacturing technologies.

NeuriCam products comprise a range of integrated CMOS smart optical sensors, smart cameras, Intellectual Property blocks, hardware and software modules as well as design services for the automotive, transport and security, biometrics, industrial and biomedical markets.

Neuricam no longer maintains an active website.

Neuricam  Products

The types of products manufactured by Neuricam include Optical sensor chips, Optical people counters, Licence plate readers, Smart Cameras, Design services & IP Blocks, and hardware/IP/software modules.

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