Amsterdam, 20 December 2017 Amsterdam Scientific Instruments (ASI) has acquired a license from CERN for the TIMEPIX3 technology, a core component for ASI’s next generation hybrid pixel cameras. With the newly obtained license the company can now deliver the systems commercially. ASI is a spin-off from Nikhef, the Dutch institute of Particle Physics. Since its […]
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Last week, Dorine Schenk from renowned Dutch newspaper NRC handelsblad wrote an article in the Scientific weekend special on the Timepix/Medipix based radiation detector that we have developed over the last few years in collaboration with Nikhef, and CERN. As the full article is originally published in Dutch, we’ve written a short piece on it in English: In […]
Posted on 16 November 2017 Expansion capital for next-generation imaging technology company Amsterdam, NL – Amsterdam Scientific Instruments B.V. (“ASI”), a leading vendor of state-of-the-art camera systems for X-ray imaging and electron microscopy, has received an investment from a consortium of investors led by Nascent Ventures. ASI’s camera systems are based on Medipix technology developed […]
Four students of the Master Entrepeneurship have helped ASI in solving an entrepeneurial challenge. The Gazelles, as our team called themselves, were challenged to help solve existing startups with a growth challenge. After three intensive weeks, our team delivered an extensive and well thought out marketing plan to cater better to our current and prospective […]
We are welcoming 2 new distributors from China and South Korea that have joined the ASI team recently. The collaboration between ASI and both distributors reflects the continuing development of our global business. APEC in South Korea stands for Applied Physics Engineering Company. The company focusses on high voltage technology and works closely together with […]