Advanced Optics Solutions is your competent partner for design and production of fiber Bragg gratings and related components. We work on the fields of optical communications and Bragg grating sensors. Our experts roots in fiber optics date back over 13 years.
Our high - quality products represent the "state of the art" in both of our working fields: optical telecommunications and optical sensors. Based on a faithful relation to all of our customers, AOS products are designed upon a simple principle: Creative, Considerate, and Cost-effective.
We do not only sell a product to you, we sell always a complete and optimized solution. We provide a fully customized support for every customer. We will not stop with work until we satisfy you. If it is not possible for us to provide your optimized solution, then you will find us nevertheless as a competent consultant who shows alternatives and advises how to get success. Every product or solution is developed with an optimal cost/performance relation.
Our headquarters are located in Dresden, Germany. Dresden is the capital of Saxony, 200km/120miles south of Berlin. For contacting us, please proceed to our contact section.
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