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SLD Laser to Showcase LaserLight Sources for Vehicles at CES 2018

SLD Laser (formerly SoraaLaser), a global leader in commercialization of visible laser light sources, will showcase its groundbreaking LaserLightTM source technology for automotive applications at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada from January 9 to 12, 2018.

LaserLight illumination sources deliver over 10 times the luminance of LEDs, steering in a brilliant new era in automotive lighting performance, styling, and safety. LaserLight sources provide safe, precise beam control for glare reduction, and extended range illumination for high beam applications, while enabling sleek compact headlamp designs with unique form factors for modern styling.

Furthermore, LaserLight technology is enabling new lighting utilities in next generation autonomous driving applications by providing the capability to dynamically and intelligently alter the beam pattern on the road. Also, owing to their ultra-high bandwidth capability, LaserLight sources are perfectly suited for high speed light communication data transfer in future connected cars.

Outside automotive applications, LaserLight sources offer high luminance performance for consumer products related to drone lighting, portable lighting, and LiFi for internet-of-things, as well as professional products in architectural, security, entertainment, and outdoor lighting.

LaserLight offers amazing illumination properties compared with other light sources by integrating the benefits of solid-state illumination, such as minimal power consumption, compact form factor, and long lifetime, with the extremely directional output that has been doable only with legacy lighting technology. LaserLight sources utilize the company’s exclusive and patented semi-polar GaN laser diodes, incorporated with innovative phosphor chip technology, and novel high luminance packaging. By exploiting this laser pumped phosphor architecture, LaserLight delivers safe, high luminance white light output with over 10 times the brightness of LEDs, enabling massively superior optical control with miniature optics and reflectors, together with high efficiency fiber optic transport and waveguide delivery.

In recent times, LaserLight technology has received several esteemed recognitions, including:

  • 2018 and 2017 PRISM Award Finalist from SPIE Photonics Media
  • 2018 and 2017 Sapphire Award Finalist, Illumineer of the Year
  • 2017 LightFair International Technical Innovation Award and Best in Category Award
  • 2017 and 2016 IES Progress Report inclusion

At CES, the company will display the LaserLight-SMD, a direct emission miniature 7 x 7 mm module, as well as the LaserLight-Fiber, a fiber delivered remote lighting module.

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