OCR

PRODUCTS

  • Automotive night vision systems and ADAS (Advanced Driver-Assistance Systems) that use thermal imaging allow drivers to detect pedestrians and retain a clear view of the road ahead, even when vision is obstructed by environmental conditions such as darkness, smoke, or fog. For maximum performance and minimal collision risk, these systems must achieve high accuracy and allow for long distance object detection. The key to meeting these requirements is the use of high sensitivity and high-resolution optics – such as Ophir’s athermalized lenses.

  • YPrime helps you decipher clinical trial complexity—delivering IRT solutions that anticipate the ever-evolving needs of the clinical development industry. Using our IRT platform, our clients can reduce the risks, burdens, complexities, workload, time and costs associated with managing all aspects of global patient randomization and clinical supply management.

  • A fully automated bioprocessing system, providing flexibility and improved productivity in upstream and downstream single-use processing

  • Products succeed when people succeed. Therefore, creating a great experience is essential to commercial success. Through observation and hands-on user testing of prototypes using methods grounded in behavioral science, we’re able to design simple, intuitive workflows, while mitigating the risk of errors. This human-centered approach is tightly integrated into our design and development processes to ensure we’re delivering engaging, easy to use products.

  • Schneider Optics offers the Macro Varon and Macro Varon with a beamsplitter for PCB/ FPD/ OLED/ LED inspection, flat glass inspection, quality control, wafer inspection, line scan, and other web and surface inspection applications. They are ideally suited for 12k line scan with pixel sizes from 3.5 μm up to 5 μm.

WHITE PAPERS AND CASE STUDIES

  • The Definitive Guide To Particle Sizing

    This paper provides an introduction to particle sizing comparing six widely used techniques, explaining how they work and what this means in terms of strengths and limitations. 

  • Innovation In AR Lens Coatings: High-Quality Coatings For High-Power Lasers

    Coatings must protect the lens and allow for the highest levels of optical performance, with low levels of absorption and a long life expectancy, while also exhibiting appropriate transparency and an acceptable cost/benefit ratio.

  • Science-Based Technology Selection Process For Bioavailability Enhancement

    Careful selection of the right technology to enhance bioavailability and oral drug absorption is essential in development programs from initial preclinical phases to commercialization. Explore physicochemical and biological obstacles to bioavailability and a process based on a series of inputs including the Target Product Profile, drug properties, extensive past project experiences, technology maps, and absorption modeling.

  • BV Dairy Unleashes Growth With Epicor ERP And DocStar

    Founded in 1958 as a family farm in England’s West Country, BV Dairy is now a thriving modern business. Each year, the company purchases 35 million liters of milk from dairy farms within a 25-mile radius of their production facility in Shaftesbury, Dorset and turns them into dairy products for food distribution and manufacturing firms. BV Dairy’s range includes their award-winning Dorset clotted cream, as well as yogurts, buttermilk, soft cheese, and mascarpone.

  • Optical Filter Specifications

    This white paper covers the basics of a number of optical filter specifications.

  • Understanding Cooled Vs Uncooled Optical Gas Imaging

    Optical gas imaging (OGI) cameras have traditionally been designed with cooled IR detectors that offer several advantages over uncooled detectors, but often have higher costs. However, advancements in uncooled technologies have allowed OGI cameras manufacturers like FLIR to design and develop lower cost solutions to OGI industries. This article presents the advantages and disadvantages of cooled versus uncooled cameras and detectors in optical gas imaging applications.

  • Quality Assurance In Additive Production

    Whether in research or in production, the laser parameters must be checked regularly. For this purpose, Fraunhofer Research Institution for Additive Manufacturing Technologies IAPT generally turns to the Ophir BeamWatch AM, which measures the laser beam without contact, is compact enough to be used inside the production chamber, and delivers measurement results quickly. This case study covers the full story.

  • White Paper: The Challenge Of Manufacturing Large Mirrors

    Large mirrors are a critical aspect of numerous optical systems and are used in a wide variety of important applications. For the production of high performance large mirrors, optical manufacturers are tasked with the challenge of meeting a strict set of requirements.

  • Validation Study In Adults With Lifestyle-Related Chronic Disease

    The Philips Health Band (PHB) is a wrist-worn activity and heart rate monitoring device. This study assessed the measurement performance of the PHB in adults at risk for lifestyle-related chronic disease such as cardiovascular disease and diabetes type 2 as well as adults with existing lifestyle-related chronic disease.

  • New Metrology Techniques For Advanced Thin Film Optical Filters

    Alluxa’s thin film optical filter technology has advanced to the point where the spectral slopes and blocking levels are challenging even the best metrology equipment and techniques. This paper discusses the issues and provides solutions to measuring the spectral response of this new class of high performance filters.

  • QbD For Process Development, Scale-Up Of A Novel ALS Drug Product

    A stepwise approach to Quality by Design (QbD), which drives consistent quality into manufacturing, became integral to the success of Amylyx's AMX-0035 campaign. 

  • Particle Size Analysis Overview

    This paper is intended to help those new to particle size analysis understand each technique’s various strengths and weaknesses in order to select the proper technique for their samples.

NEWS

  • Abrisa Technologies Custom Fabricates And Optically Coats SCHOTT D 263® T eco Ultra-Thin Glass
    4/23/2020

    Abrisa Technologies inventories sheet sizes of SCHOTT D 263® T eco ultra-thin glass in dimensions of 440 x 360mm which can be custom fabricated and optically coated to meet application specific requirements.

  • Using Light To Revolutionize Artificial Intelligence
    1/11/2021

    Artificial neural networks, layers of interconnected artificial neurons, are of great interest for machine learning tasks such as speech recognition and medical diagnosis. Actually, electronic computing hardware are nearing the limit of their capabilities, yet the demand for greater computing power is constantly growing.

  • Australia’s Top Rail Services Provider Joins Hands With Zycus To Drive Digital Procurement Transformation
    2/12/2020

    Zycus, a leading global provider of comprehensive and end-to-end Source-to-Pay software suite has announced that a leading intermodal freight and steel freight operator in Australia has selected Zycus’ software solutions to support its digital procurement transformation

  • New! Large Format Multi-Sensor Vision System
    9/2/2020

    Introducing one of the most versatile large multi-sensor, large format platforms on the market: The AVX550 Multi-Sensor Vision System. Equipped with dual optical systems and touch-probe capability, the AVX550 can measure parts with a diverse range of feature sizes and geometries.

  • The World’s Lightest Mirror
    7/16/2020

    Physicists at the Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics (MPQ) have engineered the lightest optical mirror imaginable. The novel metamaterial is made of a single structured layer that consists only of a few hundred identical atoms.