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Silicon APDs for photon counting

Silicon APDs for photon counting
Detecting the smallest amount of light is important in many medical diagnostic applications. Photomultipler tubes (PMTs) are widely used but are sensitive to magnetic fields and require a high operating voltage. Over the last six years avalanche photodiodes (APDs) have started to displace PMTs because they are cheaper, have longer lifetimes, use lower operating voltages and are insensitive to magnetic fields.
5th August 2019

Diffractive optical elements for LiDAR and 3D Imaging

Diffractive optical elements for LiDAR and 3D Imaging
With a wide range of beam splitting and beam shaping diffractive optical elements (DOEs), Holo/OR addresses companies that use structured light for LiDAR, 3D imaging, and projection applications. At fan angles of up to 80° (at 850nm), the emitted light covers large areas.
26th June 2019

Ultra-smooth transmission optics advances synchrotron research

Ultra-smooth transmission optics advances synchrotron research
Using ultra smooth transmission optics supplied by Optical Surfaces, the MAX IV Laboratory has managed to achieve measurement of the smallest ever electron beam emittance on their 3 GeV synchrotron storage ring. The MAX IV Laboratory is Sweden's national synchrotron radiation facility.
30th May 2019


High performance infrared lenses designed for CO2 laser applications

High performance infrared lenses designed for CO2 laser applications
Resolve Optics is a supplier of custom designed high performance Infrared (IR) lenses for use in thermal imaging, FT-IR spectroscopy, CO2 laser and defence applications. Drawing upon substrates include germanium, sapphire, silicon or zinc selenide, Resolve Optics IR lenses can be supplied with anti-reflection coatings to optimise performance in different parts of the infrared waveband to best suit your application.
17th May 2019

Lens array developed with mirror for optical transceivers

Lens array developed with mirror for optical transceivers
  Alps Alpine has developed the FLHL2 Series Lens Array with Mirror for optical transceivers that are used, for example, in optical networks for data centres. The recent rise in application of IoT technology and Artificial Intelligence points to an expected threefold increase in global IP traffic between 2017 and 2022.
17th May 2019

Multi-platform software for thermal imaging data collection

Multi-platform software for thermal imaging data collection
It has been announced that FLIR Systems has introduced FLIR Research Studio, a new thermal imaging software for Research and Development (R&D) and science professionals. Available for a free trial download, FLIR Research Studio is designed for use across multiple platforms and in 22 languages, to allow R&D and engineering teams to collaborate on thermal data collection, analysis, and sharing.
30th April 2019

lnP epitaxial crystal technology for processing applications

lnP epitaxial crystal technology for processing applications
Privately-held, veteran-owned, designer and manufacturer of standard and custom optoelectronics components and assemblies, Marktech Optoelectronics, has announced its successful in-house development of InP epitaxial crystal mass production technologies for ultra-high-speed (5G) large-capacity signal processing applications.
24th April 2019

Project to develop next generation skin and oral cancer therapy

Project to develop next generation skin and oral cancer therapy
CPI is collaborating on a photonics project to advance the development of next generation cancer treatment using phototherapeutic methods. The project, a collaboration between CPI and North East-based company, LightOx, is focused on light-based treatments to target removal of skin and oral cancer cells. CPI is supporting LightOx to develop a range of molecular tools for use in imaging, therapeutics and assay development.
18th April 2019

Southeast Asia innovation centre expanded in Singapore

Southeast Asia innovation centre expanded in Singapore
Palomar has announced it has expanded its Innovation Centre in Singapore to further meet the growing demands of photonics companies designing and launching new high performance packages that enable the IoT and 5G wireless networks. The expansion has provided the opportunity for Palomar to add their latest die bonder designed for the demanding assembly needs of advanced photonics packages - the 6532HP Die Bonder which exceeds industry standards for placement accuracy and production speed.
17th April 2019

Optical filters for machine vision applications

Optical filters for machine vision applications
Machine vision is becoming increasingly common in industry, taking on roles previously carried out by humans such as counting objects on a production line, reading serial numbers or inspecting objects for surface defects. In many cases machine vision offers much greater efficiency than manual inspection methods, with higher speeds and accuracy, high magnification and 24-hour operation.
17th April 2019


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