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August 21, 2019 //By Rich Pell
Chip-level optical image stabilization tie-up targets new applications
CMOS imaging sensor supplier SmartSens and MEMS actuator maker MEMS Drive (Pasadena, CA) are partnering on a series of research projects in the fields of CMOS image sensing chip and chip-level optical image stabilization (OIS) technologies to open up new areas of applications.
Drive has dedicated itself to replacing the limited voice coil motor (VCM) technology with its own innovative MEMS OIS technology. Our close collaboration with SmartSens will further improve efficiency of MEMS OIS develop image stabilization for non-mobile fields, and together achieve many more technological breakthroughs."

Looking ahead, the companies say they plan to delve even deeper into the immense potential of chip-level stabilization technology, relying on the developmental, innovative, and consumer-oriented advantages that SmartSens has advanced in the field of image sensing technology to provide unique and revolutionary solutions to AI-enabled applications such as security monitoring, automotive imaging, smart appliances, and machine vision.

MEMS Drive

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