10 Years of ASI 🎉

As we celebrate 10 years of business, we acknowledge that we could not have achieved this milestone without our customers, staff, and the scientific community! On 20th July 2021, we celebrate 10 years of relationships, trust, and commitments, which helped ASI to grow and evolve into the thriving organisation it is today!

Your support enables us to further our mission of empowering researchers to spark breakthrough discoveries.

We are excited for what the next 10 years will bring and we invite you to join us on our journey of expanding the frontiers of knowledge. Here’s to the next 10 years and beyond! Cheers!

ICRC 2021

ASI will be attending the 37th International Cosmic Ray Conference

ICRC 2021We are happy to announce that ASI will be attending the 37th International Cosmic Ray Conference (ICRC) 2021 from 12th July 2021 until 23rd July 2021.

Our experts will be available and ready to answer any of your questions at virtual booth no# 512!

We look forward to seeing you there~

For more information please visit: https://icrc2021.desy.de/

MMC 2021

ASI will be attending the Microscience Microscopy Conference 2021

MMC 2021We are happy to announce that ASI will be attending the Microscience Microscopy Conference (MMC) 2021 from 5th July 2021 until 9th July 2021.

Our experts will be available and ready to answer any of your questions at the virtual booth!

We look forward to seeing you there~

For more information please visit: https://lnkd.in/dcTQz4Y

AMSTERDAM SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS AND PHOTONIS JOIN FORCES TO DELIVER AFFORDABLE, ULTRA-FAST SINGLE PHOTON IMAGING SOLUTION

TPX3CAM with Cricket image intensifier

ASI TPX3CAM with Photonis Cricket image intensifier.

AMSTERDAM, The NetherlandsPhotonis, expert manufacturer of electro-optic components and Amsterdam Scientific Instruments (ASI) have agreed to an exciting joint venture.

Photonis is a global innovator, developer, and supplier of photo sensor technologies. Photonis has agreed to supply ASI with highly optimized image intensifier for ASI’s ultra-fast optical imaging camera TPX3CAM.

“The TPX3Cam combined with our Photonis Cricket offers single photon imaging with high spatial and time resolution”, says Evert van Gelder, Global director of Sales and Business development. Its fast timing capabilities make it equally suitable for time-of-flight imaging of ions, electrons or neutrons. A truly versatile product.”

The joint efforts of Photonis and ASI is expected to improve the affordability and accessibility of high-quality single photon detectors. The collaboration will benefit researchers from all over the world who wish to image single photons with time sensitive data. TPX3CAM offers time resolution of 1.6 ns, continuous data readout, and can be used as stand-alone detector, or be easily integrated in table-top lab setups or free-electron-laser environments.

To find out more about TPX3CAM please visit https://www.amscins.com/TPX3CAM