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For leaders who want to base their product road maps on hard facts and understand what’s really going on under the hood of state-of-the-art imaging devices, TechInsights' Image Sensor subscription is the ideal solution.

This subscription-based service is the authoritative and most cost-effective source of reliable and accurate analysis of image sensors in high-volume and high-growth applications including:

Consumer (smartphones, tablets, and digital cameras)

Professional (digital and video cameras)

Automotive and security

Specialty devices (gaming and industrial)

Emerging growth areas

Available image sensor competitive technical intelligence reports

TechInsights’ Image Sensor subscription product provides industry insight by monitoring technology as it enters mass production in high-volume imaging applications.

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Product Teardown

Includes:

  • 205 teardown reports/year, and the analysis covers
    • Costed bill of materials
    • PCB board images
    • Component images
    • Package images and x-rays
    • Die marking and die corners
  • Trend Analysis – Quarterly analyst briefing​
  • 1 on-site analyst visit / year

Device Essentials

Includes:

  • 30 PDF reports (4-5 pages) and supporting images / year, and the analysis covers
    • SEM bevel of the pixel array and SEM x-sections of the general pixel array and periphery structures
    • Product/Module teardown images
  • Design Win Tracking
  • Noteworth Patents Summary – 3 briefings / year
  • Trend Analysis – 3 briefings / year
  • 1 on-site analyst visit / year
 
 

Device Essentials Plus

Requires a subscription to Device Essentials Channel

Includes:

  • 10 analysis reports (60+ pages) and thousands of high-res supporting images, and the analysis covers:
    • the full DEF scope
    • deeper analysis including SCM, TEM, TEM-EDS, and SIMS

Circuit Analysis 

Includes:

  • Minimum of 3 analysis reports (3 targets on competitors products) with:
    • A focus on column readout, ADC, row control, PLL, Bandgap
    • Plan view SEM image set with full hierarchical schematics of target blocks
 

Image Sensor sample analysis from TechInsights: 3D stacked, biometrics and more

3D stacked, biometrics, phase detection auto focus (PDAF), machine vision, and security are all different areas of innovation in the current image sensor market. As mobile phones are packing in more cameras, automobiles are adding an increasing array of image sensors, and IoT-connected devices are introducing more image sensor opportunities, market players are collaborating to develop new approaches in response to the increased demand for new technologies.

TechInsights Image Sensor subscription provides industry insight by monitoring technology as it enters mass production in high-volume imaging applications. Our example subscription content document provides a sampling of the types of analysis included, showcasing examples of innovations from Apple, Samsung, Sony, ON Semiconductor, SmartSens, Synaptics, and Goodix. It also includes a market overview, and a patent landscape of the top six companies in this space.

Our analysis is performed in-house in our world-class laboratories and interpreted and presented by industry-leading experts.

Image Sensor sample content

First to Report on Key Technology Trends

Pixel Generations

Pixel Generations

Configuration

Configuration

Technology Elements, Emerging Applications

2x1 OCLPDAF

2x1 OCLPDAF

Full F-DTI

Full F-DTI

Partial B-DTI

Partial B-DTI

Optical Stacks

Optical Stacks

Global Shutter

Global Shutter

Stacked ISPs

Stacked ISPs

Dual PD

Dual PD

3-Stacked Imager

3-Stacked Imager

Pixel Sharing

Pixel Sharing

ToF

ToF

Masked PDAF

Masked PDAF

TSV

TSV

DBI

DBI

Pyramidal surface diffraction structure

Pyramidal surface diffraction structure

Dual PD

Dual PD

Non-Bayer CFA

Non-Bayer CFA

4-Part Blog Series: The State-of-the-Art of Smartphone Imagers

TechInsights had the privilege of opening this year’s IISW workshop with a talk on the state-of-the-art of smartphone imagers. Smartphone imaging represents the highest-volume imaging application, and in most cases features the leading-edge in imaging technology elements. The outline of the talk was structured in four parts:

(1) chip-stacking and chip-to-chip interconnect,
(2) pixel scaling and scaling enablers,
(3) active Si thickness and deep trench isolation (DTI) structures, and
(4) non-Bayer color filter arrays, and phase detection autofocus (PDAF).