In the past, high-end optical imaging sensors for medical applications consumed large amounts of power and required active cooling to consistently ensure the best possible image quality. Meanwhile, manufacturers have managed to develop lighter and more compact solutions with significantly lower energy consumption. With the availability of the latest semiconductor technology and growing chip sizes, designers of high-resolution medical imaging sensors and sensor arrays are facing five crucial challenges.


Contents of the white paper:

  • Introduction
  • The five technical challenges:
  • 1. Placement accuracy
  • 2. Flatness
  • 3. Cleanliness
  • 4. Product and material handling
  • 5. Material interconnection
  • The right packaging partner
  • New solutions
  • Conclusion