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    Defence and security - CILAS works in eye-safe laser rangefinding, laser designation, optics and biological/chemical detection, sources of laser countermeasures, active imagery and landing...
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    Andor Technology, an Oxford Instruments company, is a global leader in the pioneering and manufacturing of high performance scientific imaging cameras, spectroscopy solutions and microscopy systems...
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    Anton Paar was established in 1922 as a one-man  locksmith’s workshop. Today, over 2700 employees worldwide develop, produce and distribute highly accurate laboratory instruments and...
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    Sierra Olympic Technologies, Inc. (SOTI) offers advanced infrared imaging components and technologies for commercial, military, government, and OEM customers. SOTI supports products from the...
  • Article - 15 Jun 2006
    These new single crystals piezoelectrics possess exceptional properties and are poised to revolutionize piezoelectric materials applications. In addition to strain levels exceeding 1%, these crystals...
  • News - 26 Jan 2010
    Andor Technology plc (Andor), a world leader in scientific imaging, spectroscopy solutions and microscopy systems, today announced the appointment of ALPAO as their new Value Added Reseller for the...
  • News - 5 Jul 2007
    The ingenious system called adaptive optics, known for its computer control of subdivided, individually angled mirrors, is an efficient but expensive way to correct distortions in laser beams. The...
  • Article - 20 Dec 2016
    In this interview, Jeff Roblee, VP of Technology, and Ed Freyenhagen, Director of Engineering, talk about key applications for ultra precision machining in the automotive industry and the enabling...
  • News - 27 Sep 2016
    Forth Dimension Displays (ForthDD), leading supplier of fast binary spatial light modulators (SLMs), and LightTrans, vendor of the optical design software VirtualLab Fusion, are collaborating on an...
  • News - 8 Dec 2010
    You've seen it in movies: the human-like, robot assassin quickly regenerates its structure after being damaged beyond recognition. This "Terminator" scenario is becoming less far-fetched as recent...