Teledyne DALSA is an international leader in high performance digital imaging and semiconductors with approximately 1000 employees world-wide. Established in 1980 and acquired by Teledyne Technologies in 2011, Teledyne DALSA designs, develops, manufactures, and markets digital imaging products and solutions, in addition to providing semiconductor products and services. Our core competencies are in specialized integrated circuit and electronics technology, software, and highly engineered semiconductor wafer processing.
Our core competencies are in specialized integrated circuit and electronics technology, software, and highly engineered semiconductor wafer processing. Teledyne DALSA exists for the long term. Our goal is to build upon our 30 year heritage of developing the world's leading high performance digital imaging and semiconductor solutions and to accelerate our level of innovation. We focus on R&D development but also draw on the capabilities available to us as part of a larger organization. We seek to deliver products and technology that are truly innovative so that we can help our customers succeed.
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