Oympus announced today that three more companies have recently declared their support for the standard and will be introducing products compliant with the Micro Four Thirds System standard.
February 15, 2017
Agrowing, Qtechnology and Entaniya
join the Micro Four Thirds System Standard Group
We are pleased to announce that three more companies have recently declared their support for the standard and will be introducing products compliant with the Micro Four Thirds System standard.
The following companies are joining the Micro Four Thirds System standard group: Agrowing LTD., which is developing an innovative imagery acquisition product for agricultural remote sensing; Qtechnology, a manufacturer of smart cameras mainly for industrial use, and Entaniya, which manufactures super-wide-angle fisheye lenses designed specifically for virtual reality imaging.
Established in 2014 in Israel, and is developing an innovative multi spectral imagery acquisition product for agricultural remote sensing.
Qtechnology offers a product portfolio of Intelligent cameras ranging from CCD, CMOS, multispectral 3CCD, 5CCD, NIR, SWIR, Thermal(LWIR) and Hyperspectral cameras all supported by the same platform govenored from a standard Linux kernel build using the Yocto project.
A unique concept with interchangeable camera heads with different sensors or multiple sensors for changing demands, that all fits on the same camera platform which include FPGA, CPU and GPU to fit “all” needs.
Qtechnology A/S’s Website
Entaniya Co., Ltd:
The core of Entaniya’s product line is super-wide-angle VR-ready fisheye lens for professional use. With its made-in-Japan fisheye lens-equipped digital camera to its online service for converting posted images to panoramic images – Entapano VR, Entaniya’s innovative technology is fast making it a leader in the VR industry. Founded in 1988, the company’s head office is located in Shinjuku, Tokyo.
Entaniya Co., Ltd’s Website