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PRODUCTS

  • The FLIR GF77 is the first uncooled infrared camera designed to visualize methane emissions in real-time with interchangeable lens options that detect methane, sulfur hexafluoride (SF6), ethylene, ammonia, and other gas emissions. This affordable alternative is optimized for faster and more efficient gas leak surveys for electric power utilities, oil and natural gas operations, chemical/manufacturing facilities, the food and agriculture industry, and first responders.

  • OSI Optoelectronics offers an array of inversion channel series and planar diffused UV enhanced photodiodes designed to be generally sensitive between 200 to 1100 nm. These photodiodes exhibit low dark current and are typically packaged with a quartz or UV transmissive glass window. They can also be reverse biased for lower capacitance and faster rise time performance.

  • Anton Paar’s PSA series incorporates fifty years of experience. The world's first laser diffraction particle size analyzer – the first-ever PSA – was invented in 1967. The three models PSA 990, PSA 1090, and PSA 1190 are designed to measure a wide range of particle sizes in liquid dispersions or dry powders.

  • Best for use in medical and industrial applications, the KP-1 series from Canon features High Resolution Digital Galvano Scanners.

  • The pco.dicam C8 camera system is the next member of the multi-channel intensified camera series that exploits the full performance inherent to scientific CMOS sensor technology. With its high-end optical beam splitters, the input light can be equally distributed to the eight image intensifiers.

WHITE PAPERS AND CASE STUDIES

  • Stability Of Silicon Photodiodes For Laser Emission Measurements

    This white paper’s objective is to examine the suitability of silicon photodiodes as the transducer, and to discuss the calibration accuracy, reproducibility, and stability that are likely to be achieved from a commercial company.

  • Reliable Leak Detection In Industrial Gas Pressure-Relief Stations

    Tessenderlo Kerley International is a chemical group that supplies value-added liquid, soluble, and solid plant nutrition for agriculture applications with a focus on the production of potassium sulfate. Tessenderlo Kerley relies on third parties, like Belgian inspection company, The Sniffers, to inspect for leaks of natural gas at their site on a regular basis. This case study follows the company as it tested the FLIR GF77 uncooled optical gas imaging camera during a leak detection job.

  • Increasing Data Quality To Leverage Spatial Analytics

    The Prince William County Service Authority supplies clean water and superior service to a large and ever-growing metropolitan population. The Service Authority owns and maintains more than 2,300 miles of pipeline distributing up to 56 million gallons of water a day and treating 43 million gallons of wastewater a day for approximately 350,000 people. 

  • Inline Weighing Technology Offers Additional Quality Check Features

    Protina Pharmazeutische GmbH produces high-quality preparations, such as medicine, food supplements and cosmetics. Alongside weight monitoring, the checkweigher used at Protina offers other important functions that support the company's system of strict quality management.

  • Digital Manufacturing Helps Medtech Firm’s Goal To Improve Patient Outcomes

    HemoSonics used 3D printing, CNC machining, and injection molding to quickly develop blood analysis machine with the help of Protolabs.

  • 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.

  • Digital Manufacturing Of Biologics

    In addition to an explanation of digital manufacturing, this paper covers how it can improve the productivity and robustness of existing processes and facilities. 

  • Pharma Sponsor Enlists Cenduit IRT To Rescue A Multi-Country, Multi-Site Oncology Study

    After go-live, the sponsor learned its study did not fit the existing IRT solution, affecting data quality, timelines, and drug supply shipments. The legacy system’s medication management algorithm could not support the required flexibility in the supply chain. The trial included an adaptive cohort design. Read how Cenduit delivered a high-quality study achieved through innovation, close client collaboration, and expert project management.

  • Focus On Polyimides For Medical Applications

    Polyimides (PIs) occupy a particular place in commercial plastics because of their ability to tolerate and function in extremely high temperatures. This white paper discusses PI properties, their structure, and how they are synthesized for use in extreme environment applications.

  • Photodiode Characteristics And Applications

    Silicon photodiodes operate by absorption of photons or charged particles and generate a flow of current in an external circuit, proportional to the incident power. They are used in diverse applications including spectroscopy, beam alignment, optical communications, and medical imaging.

  • Making AI Usable For Pharma and Biopharma

    Artificial intelligence (AI) is already making a huge contribution to the global economy, even though this development is still in its early stages. AI is a kind of turbo drive for the new digital technologies, because it enables machines to imitate human decision-making processes. This white paper explores how to use artificial intelligence to uncover hidden business value in the regulated pharmaceutical and biotech industries.

  • Phase III Rare Disease Rescue

    A small biotech with limited internal capacity outsourced a phase III clinical program in patients with Necrotizing Soft Tissue Infections. After nearly 16 months, patient enrollment was still a major challenge, the study was over budget and CRO staff turnover on the project was extremely high. Catalyst provided a blinded and unblinded monitoring team that reported into the Sponsor’s CTM using Catalyst’s SOPs allowing the Sponsor to retain control of their program.

NEWS

  • Now Accepting Applications For NECA 2020 Recognition Of Safety Achievement Program
    1/3/2020

    Each year, NECA formally recognizes electrical contractors that adopt safety and health-related work practices, as a core value, within their organization.

  • Abrisa Technologies Is Ready To Fabricate And Coat Ultra-Thin (<0.175mm) Glass
    5/8/2020

    Abrisa Technologies, a US based manufacturing company, stocks a broad selection of thin and ultra-thin aluminosilicate and borosilicate-based glass substrates ready to be fabricated to customer specified size and shape. Thin-film optical coatings are also performed in-house in the company’s Southern California facility.
     

  • Not Just Light: The Sensitivity Of Photoreceptors To Mechanical Stimuli Is Unveiled
    7/27/2020

    “We thought we knew almost everything about photoreceptors, but we have proved that is not the case.” With these words, Vincent Torre, Professor of neurobiology of SISSA – Scuola Internazionale Superiore di Studi Avanzati, comments the results of a new study that, thanks to a multidisciplinary approach and to the use of optical tweezers, reveals for the first time the sensitivity of nerve cells present on the retina to mechanical stimuli and opens up new questions on how they function.

  • Saki Corporation Boosts AOI Capabilities With Its New Z-Axis Solution
    3/15/2021

    Saki Corporation, an innovator in the field of automated optical and X-ray inspection equipment, has introduced enhancements to the 3Di Series AOI system with its new Z-axis solution to accelerate inspection of tall components, press-fit components and PCBAs in jigs.

  • Light-Carrying Chips Advance Machine Learning
    1/6/2021

    In the digital age, data traffic is growing at an exponential rate. The demands on computing power for applications in artificial intelligence such as pattern and speech recognition in particular, or for self-driving vehicles, often exceeds the capacities of conventional computer processors.