Optical coherence tomography (OCT) can be used in many medical applications including displaying real-time details of eye diseases, detecting skin cancer, or monitoring heart surgery. The OCT market is set to grow even further over the next few years as the efficiency and effectiveness of imaging improves. One key aspect for growth of the next-generation of commercially available OCT workstations is the development of several sub-systems, for which Gooch & Housego is the leading developer. One such sub-system is the optical delay line, a critical assembly within the OCT optical engine. Download the blog article for information on how these sub-systems are poised to drive OCT applications further.