How To Manage Concept To Production For Medical Optics

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.

  • A Window On Windows - Getting ISR Optics Right The First Time

    Intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) sensor technologies have evolved as mission requirements become much more rigorous. As this technology has evolved, the demands have increased for the highest levels of performance and reliability in high-precision windows. 

  • Approaches To High Performance SWIR Lens Design

    G&H's A&D Business Development Manager, Trevor Cook discusses approaches to high-performance SWIR lens designs, by explaining technical challenges in more detail, addressing effective solutions.

  • OCT Systems Innovation- Component Specification To Design For Manufacture

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

  • Application Of ND filters in LCD And CRT Panels For Aviation

    This article discusses how to improve the visibility of displays in the cockpit during daytime with ND filters.

  • How NDAR Coating Solves Transmittance And Reflectivity Challenges

    Colored glass neutral density (ND) filters can suffer from uneven transmittance and fitment issues. Standard coated ND filters can struggle with reflected light. HOYA offers a filtration solution to address these challenges.

  • 4 Advantages Of Optical Active Alignment

    Optical alignment and micro-optic positioning are challenging, time-consuming processes. Tiny positional variations in photonic and optical manufacturing can mean the difference between success and failure. This article discusses active alignment as a technology that improves the performance, profitability and yield in manufacturing advanced optics and photonics components for the modern era.


  • Powell lenses are laser line generators that shape a laser beam into a straight line with uniform power distribution. They can be found in machine vision lasers and sensors for 3D triangulation.

  • The new 30-385mm and 50-700mm f/5.5 lenses enable longer detection, recognition, and identification (DRI) ranges with a compelling combination of performance, reliability and cost, specially designed for anti-drone applications and ideal for long range observation and surveillance systems with vehicle detection range capabilities exceeding 22km.

  • PG&O’s new sapphire optics operate from the visible out to the infrared spectral wavelengths. The thermal and scratch-resistant substrate is exceptionally durable and able to withstand extremely harsh environmental conditions as well as temperature variations. 

  • PG&O Precision Glass & Optics provides complete optical solutions that operate in ranges from the mid-ultraviolet (mid-UV) into the visible and out to the infrared wavelength regions.

  • With the ability to be utilized in many applications including materials, life sciences, and semiconductor, the PureFocus850 Laser Autofocus System by Prior Scientific is fast and easy to set up and use. This system also features the ability to autofocus on different interfaces including slides, glass bottom dishes, flow chambers and many more.

  • Applied in many fields, including avionic and space communications, biomedical instrumentation, fiber laser systems, industrial micromachining, interferometry, LIDAR, medical diagnostics, optical coherence tomography (OCT), sensing, and telecommunications, G&H's Single-Mode Couplers play a vital role in aligning and marrying individual cable fibers.

  • G&H designs and manufactures custom modules including fiber assemblies of passive and/or active optical components. Customers sourcing fiber optic assemblies are looking to reduce time to market and development costs. 

  • G&H NightCrawlIR™ series utilizes unique aperture specific foreoptics and a modular base to maximize performance, while staying budget-friendly. These lenses are purpose-built from the ground up for the demands of high resolution applications.