Article - 19 Dec 2018
A fiber-optic sensor is a device which emits and receives light energy, and converts it to electric current
News - 24 Jul 2020
Sheaumann Laser, Inc., a U.S. manufacturer of semiconductor lasers, will be moving to its new 57,800 square foot headquarters located at 5 Federal Street in Billerica, MA in August.
News - 29 May 2020
Electrical and computer engineers at the University of Virginia and University of Texas-Austin have developed an avalanche photodiode that achieved record performance and has the potential to...
News - 7 May 2020
A red beetle, classed as the most destructive date palm pest, causes millions of dollars of annual economic losses worldwide. Now, a small team in Saudi Arabia has found a cost-effective approach that...
News - 30 Jan 2020
Lake Shore Cryotronics is pleased to announce that Quantum Design International (QDI) is now an authorized channel sales partner of Lake Shore products throughout Europe.
This partnership, which...
News - 17 Dec 2019
Researchers from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology have partnered up with engineers from Corning Inc., U.S., and T8, Russia, and developed a system for high-throughput data transfer over...
News - 21 Oct 2019
The new linear stages in the L-505 series from PI (Physik Instrumente) offer precision and high load capacity on a compact installation space. This opens up new possibilities for positioning tasks in...
News - 17 Oct 2019
AMS Technologies, Europe's leading solution provider and distributor for optical, power and thermal management technologies, has added the high-voltage solutions of French manufacturer SDS High...
News - 26 Aug 2019
Analog Devices, Inc. today announced a collaboration with First Sensor AG to develop products aimed at speeding the launch of autonomous sensing technology serving unmanned automotive, aerial and...
News - 31 Jan 2018
mirSense SA, a leading European Quantum Cascade Laser manufacturer announces the availability of fiber-coupled QCL lasers to facilitate the use of lasers by clients. “Thanks to mirSense, using a QCL...