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Redfern Integrated Optics (RIO), Inc. develops and manufactures laser sources based on PLANEX' (Planar External Cavity Laser) technology, which aims to allow cost-effe…OneChip Photonics vs. Redfern Integrated Optics
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Covega manufactures state-of-the art opto-electronic components for the telecom, medical/industrial, and defense/security markets. With deep expertise in lithium niobat…
Founded in 2002, Bandwidth Foundry International is a photonics manufacturing technology development centre located in Sydney, Australia. Australian researchers have a …
Amphenol Fiber Systems International (AFSI) is a full service fiber optic company engaged in the fabrication and manufacture of fiber optic connectivity products and sy…OneChip Photonics vs. Fiber Systems International
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Oepic offers opto-electronic integrated circuits including transceiver components for OC-768 systems
Thorlabs develops optics, fiber, lasers, ASE sources, optoelectronics, and optomechanics.
altafiber is a provider for internet, TV, home phone, energy, and more. It delivers integrated communications solutions to residential and business customers over its fiber-optic network including high-speed internet, video, voice and data. The company was founded in 1873 and is based in Cincinnati, Ohio.
LighTopTech's new standard in rapid nondestructive high-resolution imaging uses a proprietary biomimetic microscope design with liquid lens technology. This lens dynamically refocuses at different depths inside the sample to nondestructively obtain high-resolution volumetric images of materials.
Adelphi Technology is a company that received a SBIR Phase II grant for a project entitled: X-ray Microscope for In-Vivo Biological Imaging. Their project aims to develop a sub-micron x-ray tomography scanner capable of providing in-vivo and high resolution images of specimens from mice to bacteria. In this era of molecular medicine, where disease and developmental disorders are being re-defined by their peculiar molecular, genetic or cellular profiles, there exists a significant disparity between the type of information gleaned from histological methods and that obtained from conventional non-invasive imaging modalities. With a resolution that is better than these imaging modalities and more than ten times higher than that of current x-ray imaging systems, the proposed device will generate images of development and disease not possible by current methods. The Phase II research will concentrate on the development of the x-ray optical system, including beam conditioning, tomographic imaging capability, and the imaging x-ray lens, and will result in a table-top commercial prototype computerized tomographic imager with 400 nm resolution. The commercial application of this project will be in the area of medical research. When compared to existing in-vivo imaging technologies, the higher resolution of the proposed x-ray imager will translate to improved sensitivity and specificity of morphologic changes associated with growth and disease. Researchers will be able to use this tool for investigations of a number of medical conditions, including tumor angiogenesis, atherosclerosis, osteoporosis and arthritis.
Polaris Sensor Technologies is a company that received a Department of Defense SBIR/STTR grant for a project entitled: Polarimetric Sensor for Airborne Platforms. The abstract given for this project is as follows: Polaris Sensor Technologies, Inc. is proposing in the Phase I to demonstrate the feasibility of polarization imaging by developing target detection and recognition algorithms that exploit the information contained in polarization imagery. Once the feasibility is established, Polaris will develop concepts and a sensor design for integration into the F/A-18. The Phase I Option deliverable will be a sensor design that meets the SHARP SWAP requirements with complete design documents ready for implementation in the Phase II. In the Phase II, Polaris will build, calibrate, and test the polarimetric sensor and make it ready for integration onto a Navy platform. Polaris Sensor Technologies is a company that received a Department of Defense SBIR/STTR grant for a project entitled: Rapid Field Test Method(s) to Measure Additive Concentrations in Military Fuel. The abstract given for this project is as follows: Detection of fuel quality and fuel additive status in petroleum at multiple points in the fuel delivery chain is highly desirable in order to prevent military vehicles from being disabled by low quality fuel. Polaris Sensor Technologies will develop a small portable sensor comprising spectral, optical and electrochemical technologies which when combined produce a portable instrument capable of detecting a fuel additive concentrations and measure a number of fuel quality metrics. The fuel additive sensor requires no sample preparation and is expected to provide a sensitive measurement of concentrations of relevant military fuel additives. Polaris Sensor Technologies will partner contract Southwest Research Institute, recognized authorities in Fuel quality, to develop the Portable Fuel Additive Sensor.