Our patented DepthSense Time-of-Flight (TOF) pixel, called "CAPD" (Current Assisted Photonic Demodulator), allows better performance, smaller pixel sizes and higher integration than any other TOF technology on the market.
DepthSense sensors are available from SoftKinetic's parent Sony, as well as two licenees, Texas Instruments and Melexis. Each company focuses on a different portion of the market:
Sony Semiconductor Solutions Corporation - Sony Semiconductor will focus its TOF sensor line on consumer electronics, with a focus on driving down pixel sizes and increasing integration in order to achieve lower size and cost. Sony's first sensor, the IMX402, is used in the SoftKinetic DS541 module, and will be available in 3Q17 to the open market. Their website is here.
Texas Instruments - TI is focusing its product line on the industrial segment, and in general will focus on smaller resolution sensors. Their latest product offering can be found here.
Melexis - Melexis focuses on the automotive segment, so its sensors all have automotive qualification and, in general, they will only engage with customers who are a Tier 1 or Tier 2 automotive suppliers. Their website is here.