Caeleste and PCO cooperate in the field of CMOS image sensors

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Caeleste and PCO today proudly announce their collaboration to explore novel concepts and ideas in the field of CMOS image sensors. This collaboration is aimed at innovative and advanced product developments and will keep PCO a leader in state-of-the art scientific and industrial cameras.

Patrick Henckes, CEO of Caeleste : "We are very happy to be able to team up with of one of the most advanced scientific camera manufacturers in the world. Our beyond-state-of-the-art focus fits perfectly their continuous innovation efforts. "

Dr. Emil Ott, CEO of PCO : "We are excited to start together with the experts of Caeleste to explore new frontiers in image sensors. We are looking forward, what the combination of Caelestes Know-How and creativity paired with our technical skills in camera design might achieve."


Since 1987, PCO was founded with the objective to develop and to produce specialized fast and sensitive video camera systems, mainly for scientific applications. Meanwhile the product range of PCO cameras covers digital camera systems with high dynamic range, high resolution, high speed and low noise, which are sold in the scientific and industrial market all over the world. Currently PCO is one of the leading manufacturers of scientific cameras. Worldwide representatives, together with an own sales department and technical support assure that PCO keeps in touch with its customers and their needs. New developments in conjunction with an excellent contact to leading manufacturers of image sensors ensure our access to state-of-the-art CCD- and CMOS-technology for our cameras.

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