TriEye is breaking the sensing status-quo with a CMOS-based Short-Wave Infrared (SWIR) HD sensor. Based on advanced nanophotonics research, and fabricating low-cost SWIR sensors at scale, TriEye is well positioned to enable SWIR sensing and imaging for commercial applications. SWIR sensing has up until now required expensive InGaAs cameras that have limited usage to high cost, low volume applications. The TriEye low-cost, CMOS-based sensors open new applications for SWIR in new markets that require high volume solutions. This paper will discuss the capabilities of SWIR sensing and provide examples of new commercial applications and their benefits.
David Cheskis, PhD, serves as the Senior Product Director at TriEye Ltd. where he is responsible for new SWIR imaging products. Dr. Cheskis is an expert in semiconductor, optoelectronics and communications technologies, products and markets and started the first 6-inch GaAs VCSEL wafer foundry business in 2013. Since 1996, Dr. Cheskis has led the development of semiconductor and optical technologies and products for wireless, wireline and optical products at diverse sensing and communications companies including Lumentum, LeddarTech, IQE plc, II-VI Incorporated, ANADIGICS Inc, Oclaro Inc., Sarnoff Corporation, Jazz Semiconductor, Multilink Technology Corporation, and Vitesse Semiconductor. Dr. Cheskis earned PhD and MS degrees in Electrical Engineering from the University of California, San Diego and a BSEE degree in Microelectronic Engineering from Rochester Institute of Technology. He is a Senior Member of the IEEE. Contact: David.Cheskis@TriEye.tech