Entner Electronics is a specialist in the development and series manufacturing of highly integrated imaging products.
The company was founded in 2003 in Austria’s beautiful area of Lake Constance. Since then Entner focused on the development and tailoring of camera products with processing capability into compact and cost effective solutions for OEM customers around the globe.
Our product portfolio includes cameras with onboard ARM-processors and programmable interface and processing units for embedded vision solutions. Our strength is to integrate camera electronics with motorized optics and signal processing capabilities into solutions that are tailored to meet the specific requirements of a customer’s application. We do this by providing a range of standard off-the-shelf available products that can be customized on request to offer a best technical fit and to take away integration hassle at our customers.
A team with competences in hardware and embedded software development supports customers to build systems for “imaging with intelligence”.
Entner starts shipping the UC-330, compact 30x zoom camerajuli 11, 2019
Entner Electronics announces a new zoomblock camera for embedded vision applications. The UC-330 is a compact software programmable camera with proprietary electronics and a high quality 30x zoom lens for unprecedented image quality. More info
FPGA-Designmei 24, 2019
One of our core competences is FPGA-design:
- ALTERA (prefered), Xilinx, Lattice, Actel
- VHDL or schematic-entry (Altera only)
- A lot of experience with imaging and display-applications
- Complete designs
- Design support
Hyperscout Successfully Launched into Spacefebruari 5, 2018
On Friday the GOMX-4B satellite including the Hyperscout hyper-spectral camera was successfully launched with a Long March 2D rocket. A video of the launch can be found here.
Entner Electronics contributed to the electronics subsystem of Hyperscout which uses a 12 MP global shutter sensor. The communication to the satellite is working, first test images from the camera are expected in 3 weeks.
We congratulate the whole team to the successful launch and keep our fingers crossed for the remaining mission.