Image quality testing

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We will help you find the ideal set up for your digital imaging lab

Professional image quality testing

Send us your cameras or lenses and receive objective, unbiased results from our experts

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Test your ADAS cameras and sensors with the Dynamic Test Stand

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July 13, 2018

The three traits that guide our test lab

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For over 20 years, our test lab has been testing and analyzing the image quality of digital cameras. Since the beginning, we have always used three characteristics to guide our camera assessments.
March 29, 2018

Is image quality relevant for cameras in ADAS?

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Cameras in a car, which assist the driver with various tasks including driving at night and reversing, are part of an array of sensors that make ADAS possible.

About Image Engineering

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Analyze image quality with our extensive test equipment

Image Engineering has been the world’s leading independent test lab for digital imaging systems since 1997. We test all types of cameras and provide well-known magazines and camera manufacturers with our test results.

We offer our customers the ability to determine and analyze image quality with our extensive test equipment. Whether it is a camera from the automotive, machine vision, medicine, Endoscopy, photo or video fields, we would be happy to help you find the perfect solution. Objective and time delay measurements? - No problem for us!

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We are all about image quality

Since 1997, Image Engineering has been the worldwide leading independent test lab for image recording systems. After the takeover of Esser Testcharts in 2006, Image Engineering developed into the market leading producer of test equipment for digital image products. More than 260 different test charts are currently available for the use in all areas of digital imaging.

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