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Biophotonics technologies

Biophotonic is an interdisciplinary field that covers the interaction between light (electromagnetic radiation) and biological materials such as subcellular structures, cells, tissues, and molecules in living organisms.   It holds potential  to address important societal challenges, including in human health through the development of medical devices for the management of …

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Laser sensors for military sonars and monitoring military assets and earthquakes

Laser, a device that stimulates atoms or molecules to emit light at particular wavelengths and amplifies that light, typically producing a very narrow beam of radiation. Lasers deliver coherent, monochromatic, well-controlled, and precisely directed light beams. Laser technology has observed a great advancement over the last few decades. This technology is …

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Digital video processing technology, trends and market

Video is an electronic medium for the recording, copying, playback, broadcasting, and display of moving visual media. Video is the fastest-growing medium being used for both content consumption, marketing, and even internal comms. By 2022, online videos will make up more than 82% of all video traffic according to Cisco. …

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Nanobiophotonics multidisciplinary field of nanotechnology, biomedical science, and photonics Applications

This is the age of multidisciplinary frontiers in science and technology where major breakthroughs are likely to occur at the interfaces of disciplines.   Light has always fascinated mankind and since the beginning of recorded history, it has been both a subject of research and a tool for the investigation …

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Photonic and Optical Coatings vital for military operations

Optical coatings are widely used in applications including architecture, consumer electronics, solar panels, automotive, medical, telecommunication, and military & defense.   Optical or photonic coatings are generally used to increase the reflection, transmission, or polarization properties of a component, e.g., prisms, polarizing films, color filters, mirrors, diffraction mosaics, and refractory …

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Photonic Radars for Drones, Fighter jets, Satellites and Airships provide software-defined operation and Anti-Stealth functions

Radar, an electromagnetic sensor used for detecting, locating, tracking, and recognizing objects of various kinds at considerable distances. It operates by transmitting electromagnetic energy toward objects, commonly referred to as targets, and observing the echoes returned from them.  Energy is emitted in various frequencies and wavelengths from large wavelength radio waves …

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Infrared Metamaterial Absorber

Metamaterials are artificial materials composed of periodic or aperiodic structures to have extraordinary electromagnetic characterizations. By properly tailoring the feature size of metamaterial, it can be realized electro-optic devices spanning the wavelength range from microwave, infrared (IR), visible to ultraviolet (UV) caused from the transformation optics.   In view of …

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In-Fiber Photonic Processing for photonic computing

Artificial Intelligence promises huge benefits to the world but lacks the proper infrastructure for implementation.  AI infrastructure today is either too expensive, too slow, too hot or far too power hungry to be sustainable and commercially available to many potential customers. This is especially salient for edge solutions where accurate, …

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Military optronics surveillance & sighting systems

Optronics, surveillance and sighting systems allow defence forces to effectively locate, track, observe and engage a range of targets in land, airborne and maritime warfare domains both during daylight and after dark. These military-grade systems play a vital role in border security, base protection, patrol and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) missions.    Unmanned systems have become an integral part of military forces worldwide, …

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Ultra accurate Optical clocks to enable GPS with centimeter-level location accuracy and distributed engagement and surveillance DOD architecture

Phones and other GPS-enabled devices pinpoint your location on Earth by contacting at least four satellites bearing atomic clocks. Each of these satellites provides a time stamp, and the system calculates your location based on the relative differences among those times. The accuracy of GPS Navigation is primary degraded due …

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