Device-ALab brand new website to reflect updated strategic positioning in infrared camera cores

By 20th February 2018Corporate

Device-ALab has just launched its brand new website, more than a communication tool, a true support to clients and partners.
The new website mainly focuses on imaging products and know-how, namely infrared camera cores, which today drive the company growth both in civilian and military markets. Daravan LY, CEO & Co-Founder explains: “The website needed to reflect the strategic move of the company over the past years. First, Device-ALab is now altogether a design-house, an engineering center & fabless supplier, whereas it was formerly limited to design-house. Second, our business relies on both domains: Data Conversion and Imaging, with services and products. Although custom Services typically require secrecy, the standard products are expected to be widely exposed and promoted”. The chosen structure and language elements favor the client’s point of view. “The responsive design and intuitive navigation entry points hopefully reflect the modularity of our products, which differentiate through image quality, versatile functions and smooth integration in optronic systems and thermal devices”, says Christophe Robinet, Business Development & Sales Manager. “We even chose to challenge our visitors about the modality, i.e. the way they use infrared imaging, in their own application.” Overall, this website aims at reflecting Device-ALab capability to implement latest technologies, with low-noise electronics and superior image quality.


Based in Grenoble “Silicon Valley” – France, Device-Alab is a dynamic player in electronic subsystems and embedded high-performance solutions, especially infrared cameras. Company is structured to address small to middle volumes of standard / custom products in the following applicative markets: defense, security, industry, healthcare as well as leisure and smart cities. Clients typically include equipment manufacturers and device makers. Team knowledge roots in decades at Thomson-TCS, Atmel & E2V in development of electronic subsystems for Imaging (industrial cameras, X-ray sensors) and Data Conversion (DAC-ADC development kits). Further info available at


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