In this webinar, Dr. Kobi Lasri, General Manager, Ophir Optics, will address advances in optical solutions for the most challenging air, land, and sea security and defense deployments. Hosted by Laser Focus World, March 2021.
Measuring temperatures with an infrared camera has never been easier. Whether you are in the lab or out in the field, the new FLIR Thermal Science Kits provide an affordable and easy to use method for temperature measurements.
Precision optics are used in a wide variety of commercial and defense applications, and their performance is often improved or enhanced by unique optical design. But how do you know what types of optics will work best for your application?
Many elements such as the optical components and surrounding environment have an impact on the energy your laser beam delivers. The intrinsic noise of the pulsed laser is also an important factor since it has a large impact on pulse-to-pulse energy stability. In this webinar, you will learn how to measure laser energy accurately.
The market for medical optical devices is continuing its steady growth and now accounts for a significant proportion of the worldwide photonics market. Optical assemblies are widely used in many areas of medical devices for all stages of diagnosis and treatment and are the key to offering more precise surgery, more accurate diagnostics, and minimally invasive treatments.
Infrared imaging radiometry is the science of using an infrared (IR) camera to measure the amount of IR radiation from a target in a scene. Every pixel in the image formed by a radiometrically-calibrated camera carries quantitative information. Radiometric images are more than just pictures; they are also two-dimensional grids of measurements of the infrared radiation imaged onto the sensor from the scene. In this webinar, we will cover introductory concepts, such as what infrared is and how it works. We will also introduce intermediate concepts including radiometric calibration and foundational IR measurements, like radiance and radiant Intensity.
SWIR imaging systems are deployed for defense and security applications, often in the harshest of environments. Using SWIR provides vision through haze, mist, rain, fog, and other challenging atmospheric conditions.