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NAC Continues Pushing the Edge of Imaging Technology by Introducing the ACS-1 M60

May 2020

Building on the success of the world's first 40Gpixel/sec camera introduced in late 2018, NAC is pleased to announce the first 60Gpixel/sec camera - the Memrecam ACS-1 M60. The ACS-1 M60 provides one-megapixel images at an incredible 60,000 frames per second in high quality mode and an unreal 100,000fps in NAC's proprietary boost mode. [more…]

NAC Establishes NAC Americas Inc.

May 2020

On April 1, 2020, NAC established a new entity, "NAC Americas Inc.", with offices in Salem, MA. The creation of a new business entity based in the Americas demonstrates NAC's renewed commitment to growing their North and South American High Speed Camera markets. [more…]

NAC Establishes new US Service Center

May 2020

NAC is pleased to announce the opening of the new "NAC US Service Center" in Howell (MI), near Detroit. The NAC North American Service Center is located in close proximity to key centers of research, automotive, and automation, and is also central to offer support all North American customers. [more…]

The future has arrived with the NAC MEMRECAM ACS, the world's first 40 GPX frames per second, high-speed digital video camera!

July 2019

Versatile and compact in its powerful format, the NAC MEMRECAM ACS is the world's first 40 gigapixel (GPX) frames per second, high-speed digital video camera. Weighing just 16 pounds, the ACS delivers faster speed - up to 40,000 frames per second (FPS), light sensitivity of up to 50,000 ISO with no gain/amplification, and is 60% smaller than its closest competitor. Armed with a 256GB dram onboard memory AND an optional one terabyte (1TB) capability via built-in solid state memory drive, it also offers a high speed connection to an external drive providing never-before reached on-board memory capability. Best of all, the ACS is user-friendly, providing a completely intact computer-less operation that utilizes non-proprietary, commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) accessories. With all of its capabilities, nothing comes close to achieving the performance or results now available with the MEMRECAM ACS. [more…]

The World's First 40 Gigapixel per Second High Speed Video Camera

October 2018

nac is pleased to announce the world's first 40 gigapixel per second high speed video camera. The Latin word Acies (ACS for short) is defined as the full attention of one's sight, and senses, as directed towards a particular object. Based on that description, what an appropriate name for nac's new MEMRECAM high speed system! [more…]

MIT High Speed Imaging for Motion Analysis

April 2018

NAC Image Technology will again be presenting at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology short course on High Speed Imaging for Motion Analysis: Systems and Techniques. [more…]

nac brings onboard Expert Digital Imaging led by Matt Kearney

November 2017

nac Image Technology welcomes to our team Expert Digital Imaging, led by high speed imaging expert, Matt Kearney. His knowledge of high speed imaging applications combined with his years of experience make him one of the foremost experts in the high speed imaging world. [more…]

nac introduces ultimate automotive solution: MEMRECAM MX High Speed Camera Systems

October 2017

nac is pleased to introduce the ultimate automotive solution: MEMRECAM MX High Speed Camera Systems, consisting of the MX-5 4-Port Integrated Processing Unit and the M-Cam Full HD Ultra Compact Camera Heads. The nac MEMRECAM MX is a robust, turnkey solution for multi-camera onboard and offboard automotive testing applications. [more…]

Office of Secretary of Defense awards NIT Americas Inc. the ESGR Patriot Award

June 2017

The Office of the Secretary of Defense presented NIT Americas Inc. management team the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) Patriot Award, presented to Employers who go above and beyond to support the Soldier's mission and obligatory duties to his or her Nation. [more…]

University of Michigan Adopts Ultra High Speed for High-End Research Applications

May 2017

Researchers at the University of Michigan's Plasma, Pulsed Power, and Microwave Laboratory (PPML) in Ann Arbor are using the Ultra UHSi 12/24 Ultra High Speed Framing Camera, a 200 million frame per second intensified camera capable of capturing the development of instabilities on the edge of an imploding plasma column. [more…]

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