A round up of this week's coronavirus-related news and countermeasures from the photonics industry.
DoE-backed effort will advance understanding of new solar panel technology.
“Clinic-on-the-wrist” combining hardware, firmware, and cloud analytics, is based on spectrophotometer-on-a-chip.
Company indicates long-range performance possible in bad weather and behind glass.
To strengthen its position in quantum technology sector; terms of the deal not disclosed.
Japan research institute sets new record for long haul transmission over 4-core fiber.
Issue “oversubscribed” says Australian firm; funds will drive laser diode development toward commercial orders.
TruPrint 1000 offers “Multilaser” capability; two lasers working simultaneously in a metal powder bed.
New platform combines patterned excitation and wide-field detection.
Value demand for LEDs in sector will almost triple from 2020 to $3.9 billion by 2024.
Spectral manufactures optical coatings for defense and diverse industrial sectors.
Metrology equipment firm's co-founders say that they will not now sell their shareholdings “for the foreseeable future”.