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Madeira’s IBC company designs the world’s smallest camera

On the 16th of April, AWAIBA, a company operating within the International Business Centre of Madeira, will present the DISPOSCOPE Project, which will include the exhibition of the world’s smallest camera ever produced, taking place in the University of Madeira.

AWAIBA is an high-end electronic design house and supplier that, since 2004, has been dedicated to the development of high performance image sensors using Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor technology (CMOS) for medical endoscopic applications.

During the event, AWAIBA will make a detailed presentation of its new technology, developed in partnership with UMa (Madeira’s University) using local expertise.


With the DISPOSCOPE Project, AWAIBA has developed a test and evaluation software and hardware platform targeted for use by image sensor integrators.

The goal of this project is to broaden AWAIBA’s technological excellence and explore new data interface technologies from medical imaging applications such as micro invasive surgery.



AWAIBA designs and produces image sensors for, among other uses, industrial inspection, medical endoscopy, automotive on board cameras, and high-speed video systems. AWAIBA’s rich intellectual property enables it to develop state of the art high-dynamic CMOS image sensors, high-speed image sensors as well as miniaturized image sensors.

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