Optical fibre switches will play an ever-increasing role in future network deployments for routing, protection, bypass, remote monitoring, sensing, and testing, used in data traffic routing, and cross connects with the future potential of wavelength routing.
Dahua Technology, a world-leading video-centric smart IoT solution and service provider, has been accelerating the innovation and exploration of Full-color Technology.
Optical Surfaces Ltd. is a leading international manufacturer of large diameter, ultra-smooth off-axis parabolic mirrors for demanding applications.
In an article published in Remote Sensing, researchers suggested a technique to indirectly observe the deformation features of landslides by extracting anomalous vegetation coverage information, particularly for the high-mountain inaccessible landslides in southwest China.
Viavi Solutions Inc. (VIAVI) today announced it has opened its new production facility in Chandler, Arizona. The company has added to U.S. manufacturing capacity as it has grown its presence in the state, including the move of its global headquarters.
The Myah device, a new optical biometer, underwent clinical validation in research published in the journal Children. The study examined its consistency in biometric measurements and agreement with the widely available optical biometer, Myopia Master.
A recent study published in Sensors demonstrates a novel 3D metrology method using a single camera and rotating anamorphic lens based on the properties of double optical centers for anamorphic imaging.
Scientists have built a laser platform established on a network resembling a spider’s web, which can be accurately regulated to generate diverse light colors.
In a study published in Horticulturae, researchers proposed a method to engineer a solid-state source's light wavefront using freeform single-surface optics, resulting in a uniform light dispersion across the plant. This research contributes to the ongoing paradigm shift toward using LEDs as a viable lighting solution in the horticulture industry.
Terahertz light, radiation in the far-infrared part of the emission spectrum, is currently not fully exploited in technology, although it shows great potential for many applications in sensing, homeland security screening, and future (sixth generation) mobile networks.