Despite the name, Intel’s first generation of Light Peak products will feature electronic rather than photonic connectivity.
Lockheed Martin to equip two Apache battalions with low-light sensors, while FLIR will provide the US Army with 36 SAFIRE night vision systems.
MicroVision touts its mini-tablet prototype with an embedded laser projector, while start-up Soraa focuses on the benefits of its direct green emitters.
Japanese industrial giant expecting to profit from sales of systems to the Mediterranean, Australia and other sunny parts of the world.
US Navy to equip eight Virginia-class submarines with photonics masts made by Kollmorgen, in a supply contract potentially worth $123 million.
Advances in photodetector technology enable a fast enough exchange of cryptography key for ultra-secure video conferencing.
Optical method could be used to diagnose early-stage lung cancers with US company's novel approach to coherence tomography.
New Jersey company Special Optics completes design of high-precision telescope that will help monitor changes in polar ice coverage.
With active developers on both sides of the Atlantic, the use of ultrafast pulses for cataract surgery has become a hot topic in ophthalmology.
Based on the UK company's quantum cascade laser technology, the spectroscopic scanner system detects explosive chemicals.
Replacing flashlamp-pumped systems with high-power diodes will both save energy and provide better welds in solar thermal collectors used to heat water.
Boeing subsidiary responds to growing competition and demand for commercial concentrated solar with updated triple-junction devices.