Current Headlines

  1. Telops Launches A New Line Of Nondestructive Testing Solutions
    4/17/2019

    Quebec-based infrared camera manufacturer TELOPS adds another string to its bow with a new line of active thermography solutions. Combining its powerful – and astoundingly fast – IR cameras with flash or halogen lamps and a user-friendly post-processing software, Telops now offers complete non-contact, non-destructive testing systems to industrials seeking to ensure the quality and homogeneity of their materials. 

  2. DuPont Photovoltaic Solutions Partners With Fraunhofer ISE
    4/16/2019

    DuPont Electronics & Imaging’s Photovoltaic Solutions business announced it has entered into a collaboration agreement with the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE, a leading institute for applied scientific and engineering research and development in solar energy, to optimize accelerated testing protocols for crystalline silicon solar panels.

  3. Quantum Simulation More Stable Than Expected
    4/16/2019

    A localization phenomenon boosts the accuracy of solving quantum many-body problems with quantum computers which are otherwise challenging for conventional computers. This brings such digital quantum simulation within reach on quantum devices available today.

  4. OSI Optoelectronics Offers Superior X-Ray Imaging With Multi-Channel Detector Arrays
    4/15/2019

    OSI Optoelectronics (OSIO), an OSI Systems Company, announces its multi-channel X-ray detector series. The scintillator-compatible photodiode arrays, Model A2C-16-1.57, produce superior  X-ray imaging resolution. The devices are comprised of 16 individual elements, grouped together and mounted on printed circuit boards specially designed to allow end-to-end connectivity.  The multi-channel x-ray detector arrays offer maximum flexibility and are ideal for easy integration into new or existing systems.

  5. Critical Link Receives Two Innovators Awards At Automate Show 2019
    4/15/2019

    Critical Link, LLC, experts in image sensor technology, system-on-chip (SoC) and field-programmable gate array (FPGA) designs, vision protocols, and signal processing, received two prestigious Innovators Awards, a silver and bronze, presented at the Fifth Annual Vision Systems Design Innovators Awards program on April 8 during Automate 2019 in Chicago, Illinois.

  6. Graphene Gives A Tremendous Boost To Future Terahertz Cameras
    4/15/2019

    Detecting terahertz (THz) light is extremely useful for two main reasons. Firstly, THz technology is becoming a key element in applications regarding security (such as airport scanners), wireless data communication, and quality control, to mention just a few.

  7. Researchers Develop New Flexible Solar Cells
    4/15/2019

    A joint research team has developed a new type of highly flexible and stable solar cell that could be used in wearable electronics.

  8. NRL Develops Laser Processing Method To Increase Efficiency Of Optoelectronic Devices
    4/15/2019

    Scientists at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) discovered a new method to passivate defects in next generation optical materials to improve optical quality and enable the miniaturization of light emitting diodes and other optical elements.

  9. The Interface Makes The Difference
    4/12/2019

    A collaboration led by ICIQ’s Palomares group deepens the understanding of the impact that changing the materials in a perovskite solar cell has on its performance. The results, published in the peer-reviewed journal Energy & Environmental Science, will help rationalize the design of the components of cells, thus increasing their commercial appeal.

  10. RIT Researcher Collaborates With UR To Develop New Form Of Laser For Sound
    4/12/2019

    The optical laser has grown to a $10B global technology market since it was invented in 1960, and has led to Nobel prizes for Art Ashkin for developing optical tweezing and Gerard Mourou and Donna Strickland for work with pulsed lasers.