e2v Technologies PLC News

UK Trade Minister reiterates support for businesses during visit to e2v

During a tour of e2v, Lord Livingston saw imaging sensors from the billion pixel device for the recently launched Gaia satellite Trade Minister Lord Livingston reiterated his support for businesses during a visit to e2v, the Chelmsford based high technology manufacturer, as part of a series of meetings and visits across the East of England recently. Lord Livingston was making his first visit to the region, following his appointment in December, to hear first-hand the experien...

e2v celebrates its apprentices achievements at an annual awards event in Chelmsford

The event celebrated the work and dedication shown by all e2v apprentices over the past year e2v has celebrated its apprentices achievements at an annual awards night held at Channels Golf Club, Chelmsford. The event celebrated the work and dedication shown by all e2v apprentices over the past year. e2v’s apprentices and their families were joined by Keith Attwood, CEO of e2v, senior representatives from Havering College and e2v managers, as well as former apprentices w...

e2v partners with North Fire to distribute Argus thermal imaging range to the UK Fire & Rescue Market

North Fire will work with e2V to intensify sales coverage e2v is partnering with North Fire, one of the UK’s top Fire Service suppliers, to deliver sales and service for their Argus thermal imaging range to the UK Fire & Rescue Market. North Fire will work with e2v to intensify sales coverage whilst supplying the best after sales care possible for Argus customers. e2v signed the deal to partner with North Fire because of their commitment and ability to offer immedia...

e2v collaborates with the University of Nottingham to support business engagement with academia

ProWave microwave processing system is a result of partnership between e2v and Nottingham University Business Secretary, Vince Cable, has visited the University of Nottingham as part of the government’s on-going commitment to supporting innovation and business engagement with academia. The tour provided Mr Cable with an opportunity to see the University’s technology demonstration for industrial microwave processing and meet with Ewan Livingstone, e2v’s genera...

UK Prime Minister visits e2v to see RGF’s contribution to UK’s manufacturing and technology sectors

The RGF funding has contributed to e2v's ability to accelerate investment for its ProWave business On 8th May the Prime Minister David Cameron and the Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg visited e2v, the leading provider of technology solutions for high performance systems, to see the positive contribution that investments from UK Regional Growth Fund (RGF) are making to the UK’s manufacturing and technology sectors.  Mr Cameron and Mr Clegg toured e2v’s ProWav...

e2v unveils its high resolution EV76C570 industrial CMOS imaging sensor

The device features an identical CLCC48 package and retains optical compatibility with the 1.3MP sensor The higher resolution EV76C570 is the latest addition to e2v’s renowned industrial CMOS imaging sensor range. The device features an identical CLCC48 package with only a minor change in hardware, and retains optical compatibility with the 1.3MP Sapphire sensor that is already in full production. A 1/1.8 inch optical format is retained thanks to the reduced pixel size o...

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