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ams sells MEMs microphone business to Knowles

ams sells MEMs microphone business to Knowles
ams has sold its MEMS microphone interface design assets to its customer Knowles Corporation, a supplier of advanced micro-acoustic, audio processing, and precision device solutions. The deal confirms ams’s strategy to focus on sensor solutions.
24th December 2019

Two products honoured by Laser Focus World

Two products honoured by Laser Focus World
LASER COMPONENTS has won an award for its ALBALUX and QuickSwitch products. US industry magazine Laser Focus World has honoured both with its Innovators Award. The accolade is awarded to products that stand out because of their originality, innovation, and impact on designers, systems integrators, or users, if the submission is likely to fulfil new market needs, leverages a novel technology, or increases productivity.
11th December 2019

3D printed professional luminaires for a circular economy

3D printed professional luminaires for a circular economy
Signify has unveiled its facilities to 3D print light shades and fittings (luminaires) in the Netherlands and plans to establish 3D printing factories in the US, India and Indonesia. This highly flexible, more sustainable form of manufacturing uses a 100% recyclable polycarbonate material, which allows luminaires to be tailored to customer’s exact needs and recycled at the end of their life, supporting a circular economy.
10th December 2019


Innovative LED products shine at lighting fair

Innovative LED products shine at lighting fair
Megaman has demonstrated its lighting expertise with a successful exhibition at this year’s Hong Kong International Lighting Fair. A range of innovative LED products took centre stage under the theme ‘Luminaires for Commercial Lighting’, divided into four zones - Retail Lighting, Smart Lighting, Dual Beam Technology (DBT) Experience Centre as well as Outdoor and Waterproof Luminaires.
5th December 2019

High precision optical bandpass filters for traffic enforcement

High precision optical bandpass filters for traffic enforcement
With more and more people taking to the road every year and the sweeping development of a smarter motorway, the need for traffic enforcement has come to the forefront once again. Special cameras and laser systems with the ability to capture accurate speed measurements, coupled with automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) are deployed in growing numbers.
19th November 2019

Trio join forces to deliver photonics test solution

Trio join forces to deliver photonics test solution
Keysight Technologies, FormFactor and CompoundTek have joined forces to accelerate integrated photonics innovations. Integrated photonics, also called silicon photonics, is a revolutionary technology that multiplies data transfer capacities while reducing power consumption and cost.
16th November 2019

Designing optical systems for satellites

Designing optical systems for satellites
Resolve Optics reports on its active participation in designing and supplying robust optical systems for a range of different space projects over the last few years. Many different types of optical imaging and sensing systems are today used to observe and measure the Earth and the universe at large.
8th November 2019

Lighting the way to smart city networks

Lighting the way to smart city networks
The focus for smart lighting is shifting from interior to exterior and the outdoor lighting industry is ready to flick the switch. Here, Martin Allcock, CP Electronics’ OEM Sales Manager, looks at how new technology is shaping the smart cities of tomorrow.
6th November 2019

Challenging conditions no problem for TFT displays

Challenging conditions no problem for TFT displays
Two 12-inch colour TFT displays from Fortec have been introduced by Display Technology. They offer superior performance for applications that require consistent readability in challenging conditions or full-HD with high image quality and low power consumption.
4th November 2019

How does microroughness impact optical performance?

How does microroughness impact optical performance?
Optical Surfaces has undertaken a study to determine how microroughness impacts the performance of Aspheric lenses and mirrors. Microroughness is a quantity which considers features which are even smaller than slope errors and is often expressed in RMS terms after integrating over spatial periods that are usually less than 0.25mm.
14th October 2019


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