Photonics West Videos

  1. Machine Vision, POC Medical Instruments, Non-Dispersive IR, & Photo-Acoustic Spectroscopy Filters
    2/18/2016

    This year at Photonics West, Jason Palidwar with Iridian Spectral Technologies gave us insight into the three optical filtering solutions his company is focusing on in 2016.

  2. Micro (And We Mean Micro) Assembly Services
    2/18/2016

    Richard Cyr and Chuck Gerlowski with Precision Optics started us off on our last day of video coverage at Photonics West in 2016.

  3. Standing Out In Crowded SWIR And Thermography Markets
    2/18/2016

    Sierra Olympic’s Chris Johnston had some really interesting displays to share with us at Photonics West in 2016. The first involved a thermography camera with resolution you need to see to believe.

  4. Low-Pressure Chemical Vapor Deposition Process
    2/18/2016

    Evan Craves with Deposition Sciences, Inc. a subsidiary of Lockheed Martin, spent a few minutes with us at Photonics West 2016 to talk about the unique coating capabilities of DSI’s low-pressure chemical vapor process (LPCVD), and how it can uniformly coat ball lenses, micro optics, domes, and other complex geometries.

  5. Miniature Series Of High Speed Cameras
    2/18/2016

    This year at Photonics West, Andrew Bridges with Photron focused on his company’s line of miniature high speed cameras.

  6. InGaAs Linear Arrays Relaunched
    2/18/2016

    Doug Malchow with Sensors Unlimited — UTC Aerospace Systems discusses the relaunch of his company's InGaAs linear arrays, provides an update on the export classifications of a 320x256 SWIR camera, and shares a quick refresher on their standard suite of SWIR cameras.

  7. New SWIR Camera With 12µm Pitch
    2/17/2016

    Martin Ettenberg with Princeton Infrared Technologies introduced us to the 1280SciCam InGaAs SWIR Science Camera at 2016’s Photonics West, and explained its potential role in scientific and machine vision applications.

  8. Scaling For The World's Appetite For Data
    2/17/2016

    Our world is becoming more and more nano, and silicon photonics technology is helping us all facilitate this change, offering new parallelism, more data throughput capability, the ability to make distributed data centers, and more.

  9. Why Do I Need To Measure My Laser Beam?
    2/17/2016

    Dan Ford walked us through some of what was on display for laser beam profiling and analysis applications before sharing information on Ophir’s high-power laser application initiative over the last year.

  10. High Speed 5 Axis Micro Drilling Scanhead In 2016
    2/17/2016

    We were fortunate enough to meet with Taiki Iida at Canon to hear about two brand new releases.