A round-up of this week's coronavirus-related news and countermeasures from the photonics industry.
Surveillance vehicles equipped with twin infrared imagers and laser rangefinder account for a major chunk of the latest award.
US Navy has recently demonstrated above 60kW output power based on multiple kilowatt fiber lasers.
optics.org samples a selection of photonics-based innovations presented this week.
Tech giant’s driver assistance systems subsidiary looks to adopt chip-scale FMCW alternative by 2025.
21 recipients represent achievements across wide range of light-based sciences and key advances made with these technologies.
LZH research concludes with laser system mounted on arm of lunar vehicle test-bed.
Karl Storz platform allows clinicians to switch viewing modes to suit surgical needs.
Maker of silicon photonics components believes it is now worth more than the $2.6BN agreed by the two firms in 2019.
“Noise-cancelling” principle adapted by team from Max Planck Institute, Imperial College London, and UK's NPL.
Rochester team says new diagnostic platform could be a valuable clinical tool for detecting exposure to multiple viruses.
Researchers in Japan achieve breakthrough with new combination of emitter molecules.