Please fill in our contact form and we will contact you as soon as possible:
CMOSIS is a pure-play supplier of standard, off-the-shelf as well as custom area and line scan CMOS image sensors. CMOSIS' imagers feature global and rolling shutter, low noise, high dynamic range and high frame rates through high-speed on-chip ADC and digital interfaces. CMOSIS' image sensors serve a broad range of applications for diverse markets including machine vision, medical, broadcast, traffic, scientific and photography imaging. The CMOSIS offer further includes miniature camera modules for endoscopy-like applications.
CMOSIS offers innovative turnkey image sensor solutions from specification and design, over prototyping and product qualification, to volume production in a one-stop-shop model.
CMOSIS operates from Belgium, Germany, Portugal and the USA and employs more than 115 people.
CMOSIS is a member of the ams group. ams sensor solutions take sensing to the next level by providing a seamless interface between humans and technology and enable our customers to create highly differentiated products that are smarter, safer, easier to use and more eco-friendly. ams develops high-performance solutions for the most challenging applications in sensors, sensor interfaces, power management and wireless.
Learn more about our company and check out our CMOSIS company flyer:Download the CMOSIS company flyer
Chairman & CEO
Founder, VP R&D, CTO
Managing Director Awaiba gmbh
In November 2007 Tim Baeyens, Jan Bogaerts, Lou Hermans, Gérald Lepage and Guy Meynants started CMOSIS, driven by CMOS image sensor innovations and market opportunities. Since then CMOSIS has grown to a team of about 80 people, most of them bringing many years of experience in the CMOS image sensor field. In August 2014 CMOSIS acquired Awaiba, a German-Portuguese supplier of linear and very small outline area CMOS imagers. Martin Waeny founded Awaiba in 2004 and employs around 30 people. This team with their technology innovations and strategic industry partnerships perfectly positions CMOSIS to successfully undertake the most demanding CMOS image sensor challenges. End 2013 TA Associates invested in CMOSIS. Since December 4th, 2015 CMOSIS is a member of the ams group.