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Xcitex has developed a Solutions Partner program to help customers quickly find products and services that are complementary to those offered by Xcitex.  Our Solutions Partners are hand-chosen, preeminent companies in their respective fields of expertise with proven records of excellence.  If you have any questions about any of these partners, please feel free to call or email us.



Fastec Imaging

Fastec Imaging (San Diego, California, USA) manufactures handheld, portable high-speed video cameras. The new TS3 camera is the latest camera in the acclaimed line of Troubleshooter handheld video cameras, and boasts higher performance than any previous camera in its class. The new TS3 camera includes a 1.3 MP sensor with a web server backend. In addition, Fastec has developed a line of Ethernet-based cameras for industrial automation. Fastec has been bundling versions of MiDAS 4.0, MiDAS OS and FIMS with its cameras since its founding in 2006.

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National Instruments

National Instruments

National Instruments specializes in hardware that allows engineers to design systems for test, control, and embedded design applications. National Instruments is the world's largest supplier of data acquisition components and software, and is an OEM partner with Xcitex for the supply of data acquisition boards and interconnection hardware. The new X-series of data collection boards in a variety of form factors (PCI, PCIExpress, PCMCIA, USB, PXI, etc.) Complements the previous E and M series.

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Olympus and its KeyMed Medical and Industrial division (Southend, United Kingdom) have been manufacturing high-performance high-speed video cameras under the brand names i-SPEED and Encore for over a decade. The newest cameras, the i-SPEED 3 and i-SPEED FS, with record speeds in excess of 100,000 frames/second and megapixel resolutions, have been deployed throughout the world in military test ranges, automotive facilities, inspection lines, and test labs.  Olympus cameras can be used as either stand-alone devices with the industry-unique hand-held CDU or tethered to a computer. Olympus’s exceptional control software interfaces make operation of one or more cameras on a network seamless and simple. Today, Olympus produces high-speed video cameras for a wide variety of price performance levels.

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TRL (Wokingham, UK) is one of the largest providers of independent car impact test services in the world.  TRL performs sled tests on a wide variety of passenger and commercial vehicles, seats, racing cars and car components. In 2012, TRL, Xcitex and Olympus UK co-founded the Impact Test Group to  develop and sell fully-integrated car crash sled  facilities similar to the ones currently in use at TRL. Originally established in 1933 as part of the UK government, the Transportation Research Laboratory privatized in 1996 to become a fully independent private company specializing in world-class research, consultancy, testing and certification for all aspects of transportation.     

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Vision Research

Vision Research

Vision Research Company (Wayne, New Jersey, USA) makes high speed video cameras with high light-sensitivity, image resolution, acquisition speed, and image, as well as robust software interfaces, reliability and versatility – all which continue to stand as benchmarks for the high-speed digital imaging industry. Known for innovations in high-speed digital camera technology and sensor design, Vision Research has received numerous research and development awards and was recently honored with an Emmy® Award for its revolutionary technology and engineering.

Vision Research’s broad line of digital high-speed cameras, marketed under the Phantom® brand; add a new dimension to the sense of sight. They are used as innovative engineering tools, enabling users to visualize and analyze physical phenomena when it’s too fast to see, and too important not to™.

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