Newsight Imaging Expands Global Presence with New Sales Channels 2018-05-31T11:03:28+00:00

Newsight Imaging Expands Global Presence with New Sales Channels

With Comtech and DXY in China, Macnica Americas in the USA/ Canada, and Unitronic GMBH in Europe, Newsight expects to significantly expand its global market presence.

Ness Ziona Israel — 30 May 2018 – Newsight Imaging, an Israeli startup that develops image sensor chips for machine vision geared to the robotics, automotive, Industry 4.0 and mobile devices markets, today announced that it has expanded its global distribution and sales channels with the signing of four distribution agreements.

Comtech Founded in 1995, Comtech is a leader in electronic component distribution, customized module design, field application support and logistic services in China. Comtech’s mother company, Cogobuy Group, is a publicly traded company on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (Stock Code: 00400), headquartered in Shenzhen, with 10 branch offices in mainland China.

DXY is a publicly traded company in Shenzhen, China (Stock Code: 300184) providing both technical service and electronics distribution. DXY is certified both as a National High-tech Enterprise and as a Double Soft Certification Enterprise. The company has twice appeared in Forbes China Up-And-Comers list. As a franchise partner of more than 100 well-known global suppliers, and with nationwide branches in China’s major cities, DXY serves and supports thousands of customers in the Asia-Pacific region.

Macnica Americas is the North America Division of Macnica Fuji Electronics Holdings, Inc. a $5B global leader in technology product distribution, high-touch support and complex design services, with headquarters in Yokohama, Japan. Macnica Americas serves OEM companies, particularly those specializing in creating innovative video, imaging, networking and storage products. Macnica Americas’ headquarters are located in San Diego, with offices in San Jose, Dallas, Chicago, and Boston, and representatives throughout the United States and Canada.

Unitronic GmbH founded in 1969, Unitronic has been a member of the Swedish holding Lagercrantz Group AB since 2002. The company provides support to customers in German-speaking regions with competent design-in and after sales support as well as Electronics Engineering Services. Unitronic has franchise agreements with more than 30 leading manufacturers of semiconductors, sensors, displays and modules for telematics, telemetry, navigation and connectivity. The company has five sales offices across Germany.

“We are very pleased and excited to start our global expansion with such great partners” said Erez Lev, Director of Business Development at Newsight Imaging: “Our new partners will enable Newsight Imaging to leverage their strong technical knowhow and experience to provide our customers in their proximity with easy access to, and seamless integration of, Newsight Imaging technology.”

About Newsight Imaging

Newsight Imaging Ltd. (www.nstimg.com) develops advanced CMOS image sensor chips, providing 3D solutions for high volume markets. The chip’s sensor is manufactured using CMOS technology with ultra-high sensitivity pixels, replacing more expensive CCD sensors and other camera modules in LiDAR applications for robotics, automotive (ADAS and Car safety) and drones as well as in other markets, such as mobile depth cameras, AR/VR, Industry 4.0 and barcode scanners.

Newsight’s NSI3000 family is already in the market with high volume customers and a big pipeline of evaluations. Newsight’s patent-pending eTOF (Enhanced Time-of-Flight) Technology bridges the gap between short-distance iTOF and the long-distance requirement of the automotive industry by extending the dynamic range while retaining high accuracy.