Powerful 3D depth sensing.
For Phones.

What we do
We enable machines to see and understand the world. In every dimension!

At pmd we develop cutting-edge 3D image sensors and system components based on the Time-of-Flight (ToF) principle. With our advanced and unique depth-sensing technology, we help products from every industry to see, understand, and recognize the world. Just like humans do. And actually better.

We bring secure face authentication and image beautification to smartphones, gesture control and driver monitoring to cars, localization and mapping (SLAM) to augmented reality headsets and autonomous navigation to robots and drones.

Markets
How can Time-of Flight enhance your product?

Adding the smart to Smartphones

With our specially developed Time-of-Flight (ToF) imagers for smartphones we are enabling exciting new applications and significantly improving existing ones.

Consumer Applications

Natural HMI & enhanced safety features

As cars get more and more functions, natural interactions are becoming an important tool to simplify the human-machine interface (HMI) and increase passenger safety.

Automotive Applications

3D for the fourth industrial revolution

Ubiquitous sensing and computing in combination with big data analytics are the driving forces of the fourth industrial revolution.

Industrial Applications

News
Latest news. Stay up-to-date on 3D!

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Get a look behind the scenes of the elaborate shooting of "The Time-of-Flight". Each set is a specially created art installation, which in an abstract way explains the principle of our 3D depth sensing technology. Everything starts with a pixel!

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Infineon collaborates with Qualcomm to enable high-quality standard solution for 3D authentication

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Sharp announces 5G Smartphone with world facing Infineon REAL3™ 3D Image Sensor for 8K video bokeh and photo effects

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The new VGA 3D imager is the highest resolution, most flexible and robust depth sensor that has ever been developed by pmd and Infineon.