Application Note

OCT Systems Innovation- Component Specification To Design For Manufacture

Source: G&H
Opthalmic-testing

We understand the challenge. OCT systems manufacturers need to deliver systems capable of higher resolution imaging, faster and at lower costs than ever before. You need fit for purpose components and systems that are to specification, budget and timeline. To achieve this at scale, whilst reducing costs over the product lifetime, requires efficient and effective system design.

G&H has a history of bringing instruments to life. Present day we work with OEMs across the world, advancing the state of the art in fused components and paving the future of photonic component and system development. We do this through specification, clear manufacturing pathways and a collaborative approach, enabling us to add value to OEMs from the outset.

Through investment and acquisition, we have developed our OCT manufacturing provision to become a world leader in this arena. From an initial focus on biomedical procedures such as cardiology, skin cancer investigations to ophthalmology in the 1990s, OCT is now being seriously considered for applications such as materials analysis in markets ranging from oil and gas, to food processing and automotive paint testing.

Customers’ demand for high specification yet economical components and subsystems has seen increasing development and manufacture of OCT systems by OEMs, ranging from start-ups to established multinationals.

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