Monthly Archives: May 2019

Delivery of First Automotive Solid-State LiDAR System

ams (owner of Princeton Optronics), a leading worldwide supplier of high performance sensor solutions, announces today that it has signed an agreement to team with Ibeo Automotive Systems GmbH, the German specialist for automotive LiDAR sensor technology, and ZF Friedrichshafen AG, one of the leading technology companies for mobility worldwide to advance solid-state LiDAR technology … Continue reading

Blog, Lasers, Princeton Optronics

Sensors for Space Telescope Lens Distortion Testing

The Euclid Satellite project is a good example of how PHILTEC’s sensors work with excellent results in cryogenic conditions. This month PHILTEC again delivered sensor systems for space telescope lens distortion testing measurements. These are 2-channel fiber optic displacement sensor systems (see image above) designed for 3.2 mm operation in vacuum. The delivered seven 2-channel … Continue reading

Blog, Detectors, Fiber Optics, PHILTEC

SYLOS Laser Started Operation in ELI-ALPS

Nobel Prize winner Prof. Gérard Mourou pushed an improvised black color button. Femtosecond pulses, each featuring ~6.6 fs duration and ~32 mJ energy running at 1 kHz repetition rate were registered and visualized by a projector in front of a big auditorium. That is how Single Cycle Femtosecond high intensity laser system SYLOS has been launched in ELI-ALPS … Continue reading

Blog, Lasers, Light Conversion

ISR300-PSL Accurately Evaluates Blue Light Hazard

ANSES (The French National Agency for Food Safety, Environment and Labor) has published an update (French document) of its 2010 expertise on the health effects of LEDs, in light of new scientific knowledge available. The report confirms the toxicity of blue light on the retina and highlights the disturbance of biological rhythms and sleep. What is … Continue reading

Bentham, Blog, LEDs