Sun. May 26th, 2024

SeeDevice, a fabless Quantum effect CMOS (QMOS) SWIR sensor developer, has been recognized with three consecutive awards for its outstanding leadership and innovative technology. The company received the “20 Most Innovative Business Leaders to Watch 2023” award from Global Business Leaders, the “Top 10 Admired Leaders 2023” award from Industry Era, and the “Most Innovative Image Technology Company 2023” award from Corporate Vision.

The awards recognize SeeDevice’s excellent leadership, advanced technology development, and business performance. The company’s technology extends the range of pure CMOS sensors by leveraging plasmonic and quantum tunneling concepts, allowing it to see beyond visible light into the short-wave infrared (SWIR) region. This innovation overcomes the high costs associated with exotic material-based SWIR sensors and offers high sensitivity, nanosecond integration time, scalability, and wide dynamic and spectral range.

SeeDevice aims to revolutionize the sensor industry by unlocking the untapped potential of SWIR technology. They are bringing affordable SWIR sensors to consumers and have made breakthroughs with their non-invasive continuous glucose monitoring (NI-CGM) device, which combines AI and machine learning technology. The company’s goal is to provide an affordable solution for diabetics worldwide.

SeeDevice has successfully developed an NI-CGM prototype device and is currently in clinical trials. They plan to enter the CGM market soon.

About SeeDevice Inc.

SeeDevice Inc. was founded in 2017 by Dr. Hoon Kim, who has over 25 years of experience in next-generation CMOS image sensors. The company specializes in QMOS SWIR image sensors and aims to deliver high-fidelity image data to AI vision systems and monitoring devices. They use quantum pixel technology to advance CMOS image sensors and achieve an industry-leading ultra-wide spectral range and infrared sensitivity.

For more information about SeeDevice Inc. and their QMOS technology, visit their website at

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