Flight tests scheduled for mid-2022; high-speed satellite links could become available on commercial airlines.
A round up of this week's coronavirus-related news and countermeasures from the photonics industry.
French sensor specialist to develop SWIR linear array for Airbus-led Copernicus contract.
At next week's virtual expo, Fraunhofer IOF to showcase quantum imaging system, entangled photon source; and “Qu-NET” optical modules.
Yale project achieves super-resolution 3D imaging in native tissue environment.
Expands firm's IP portfolio, covers all potential apps of copper welding in automotive and e-mobility.
Field-deployed spectroscopy system able to monitor methane and ammonia to low concentrations with high precision.
LMU Munich and MPQ find spectral fingerprints stable enough to serve as individual biomarkers.
Enables 3D crystallographic imaging such as for AM, ceramics, and pharmaceutical samples.
Palo Alto startup is working with Waseda University group on a new way to identify circulating tumor cells at an early stage.
Firm says it is already shipping InnovizAPP to selected auto “giants” for consumer AV programs.
Developments from Schott, tec5 and CEA-Leti offer improved process control and imaging.