• G&H, a leading crystal grower with decades of electro-optic device design experience, manufactures a comprehensive range of Pockels cells for applications in wavelengths from the UV to the IR.

  • Internationally Recognized Technology for a Compliant Supply Chain
    With full compliance to the Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA), our serialization and anti-counterfeiting technology includes an internationally recognized system for unparalleled digital data management, visibility, and product security to ensure an effective and compliant supply chain for our customers.

  • The LETO phase modulator models are based on reflective LCOS microdisplays with 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution and 6.4 μm pixel pitch. The LETO phase only spatial light modulator devices can be used like an external monitor using the standard HDMI interface of the graphics card. No additional software or special hardware is needed to operate the SLM.

  • Pfeiffer Vacuum applications are Ideal for medical device and medical package leak testing. Unlike pressure decay, we offer a faster, more accurate test as well as direct measurement capabilities that are not volume sensitive.

  • In trying times such as these, many patients are requiring frequent respiratory monitoring and interventional therapies. As the demand increases for respiratory care devices to incorporate more functionality, instrument designers also face the challenge of making them portable, without compromising reliability and performance. Whether these devices are delivering oxygen or analyzing exhaled breath, they all require precise fluidic components to deliver reliable and consistent operation.


  • Understanding Antireflection Nano-Texture Surface Optics

    A nanostructure pattern is created on the surface of high purity fused silica plano-convex lenses to produce an antireflection effect. Because this manufacturing process uses no thin films materials, the lens has a very high damage threshold limit. This paper talks about the different types of antireflection nano-texture products and what they offer in each application.

  • Evaluating The Container Closure Integrity Of A Vial Using Headspace Gas Ingress Methods

    To ensure patient safety, pharmaceutical products must be kept properly packaged prior to use. Proper packaging prevents ingress of contaminants. Unfortunately, these contaminants are not always visible to the human eye and container closure integrity (CCI) tests must be performed to ensure the package has not been compromised. One way to test for proper CCI is to analyze the headspace gas composition of the vial.

  • The Electronic Trial Master File: Study Item And Placeholder Analysis

    Electronic trial master file (eTMF) systems are proving to be effective in planning, managing, monitoring, and maintaining inspection-readiness and compliance. This paper explores the use of planning wizards and how placeholder creation promotes study completeness, timely document uploading, and reduced rates of quality control failures. These features can ease workloads while providing the transparency needed for inspections and audits.

  • Depositing - The Future Of Hard Candy

    Hard candy depositing is a process that has developed and grown rapidly over the last 20 years. Deposited hard candies and lollipops are now produced in every major confectionery market around the world by manufacturers ranging from regional specialists to major multi-nationals. This paper will review the basic principles of depositing and discuss the fundamental aspects of design that should be considered when engineering a complete depositing solution.

  • Understanding LIDAR Filters

    LIDAR is a highly versatile active remote sensing technique that is used in Earth and atmospheric sciences, autonomous vehicles, urban planning, and many other applications. Some of the most important components of LIDAR sensors are the filters that isolate target signals, while preventing sunlight and other extraneous light from reaching the detector. A wide variety of applications and sensor types exist, from laser altimeters to Raman LIDAR systems, all with different return signal strengths and LIDAR filter requirements. Therefore, LIDAR filters must be designed with the specific application and sensor type in mind in order to maximize signal-to-noise ratio.

  • Data Matrix Codes And Tamper-Evident Seals Help Pharmaceutical Company Ensure Quality And Prevent Falsification

    The medium-sized pharmaceuticals company Krewel Meuselbach GmbH manufactures top-quality, affordable pharmaceuticals using state-of-the art technology. Traceability and prevention of product falsification, Krewel Meuselbach uses the compact XS2 MV TE system in a thermoforming line to ensure comprehensive quality control and prevent the falsification of its products. It achieves this through data matrix codes and tamper-evident seals.

  • The Future Of Shipping In Modern Medicine: Reusable Vs. Single-Use Shippers

    A shipping solution that maintains the temperature of a product in its  journey to the patient, preserves the intent of the medication, the safety of the investment, and the lives of the patients who depend on them.

  • eASIC Reduces Multi-Level Package Design Times with CST Microwave Studio

    This case study explains how CST MICROWAVE STUDIO electromagnetic simulation software helped predict the behavior of an eASIC integrated circuit and its package and PCB layout in the design phase.

  • Truck Dealer Group Drives Savings And Efficiency With Fleet Of Alaris S2050 Scanners

    Truck Country evolves from MFP-based document capture to a tightly integrated digital document management solution featuring Alaris Scanners in 20+ remote locations.

  • To Block Or Not To Block?

    RF switch matrices eliminate the need to manually move connections by routing signals, via user control, from their input ports to their output ports, providing convenience and speed. The first step is to select the type of switch matrix: blocking, non-blocking, or super non-blocking.

  • Registry And Natural History Studies: Vital, Contrasting Roles In Rare Disease Clinical Research

    Both registry studies and natural history studies play important roles in rare disease research. Understanding the differences between the two types of studies and how they can be used to inform clinical development can help sponsors plan for success.

  • Navigating The CAR T-Cell Therapy Landscape To Develop Market Access And Distribution Strategies

    A client was preparing for the US launch of a CAR T-cell therapy into a new, rapidly evolving, and highly competitive market. In order to move forward they needed assistance assessing the current landscape and gathering relevant inputs needed for access and distribution strategy development.