Exhibition in Glasgow also sees many new innovations from big name suppliers.
New formulations enable order of magnitude boost in designs for future data centers, AI products.
Enables automated systems to spot hazards at longer distances; and better synchronisation with scanning lidar.
University of Chicago manufacturing method improves on current QD performance.
3 kW AMB laser makes its debut this week at the Battery Show in Novi, Michigan.
15 kW laser, said to be ready for operations, is designed to counter aerial threats such as hostile drones.
Users of the Trumpf development can print components with overhangs to 15 degrees without support.
ICFO-led consortium now moves to commercialize its near-IR device.
Enables array of diverging kilowatt laser beams to be collimated into single, high-power beam.
Improved sensor design and spectral filter could offer new avenue for clinical translation.
Chip said to ‘transform’ 3D sensing for robotics, smart systems, and automotive applications.
…while Northrop Grumman delivers mini high-energy laser to U.S. Government for military testing.