Photon Systems, Inc. designs, develops, manufactures and markets deep ultraviolet lasers and incoherent sources, instruments based on these sources, and optical and electro-optical accessories for a broad range of applications primarily within the area of analytical and biotechnology sciences instrumentation used in all types of industries. Examples include biotechnology applications such as drug development and other pharmaceutical research and product testing, protein conformation and other proteomics-related research, homeland security applications such as bioterrorism agent detection and identification and other microbial monitoring applications such as hospital surgery inspection, clinical diagnostics, environmental monitoring such as water, air and food quality; semiconductor development and processing related to synthetic diamond growth and direct wide bandgap semiconductor devices for high temperature but also including production testing of ball grid array surfaces in a production environment, solar blind detection, or UV semiconductor laser development, and a myriad of other applications where small spot sizes or photon-energy-specific excitation is needed or enabling.
Since beginning full time operation in June 1999, Photon Systems has focused on the development of two new unique classes of deep ultraviolet (DUV) laser sources as well as analytical and biotechnology sciences instruments enabled by these innovative new laser technologies. The new DUV laser technologies include both hollow cathode and semiconductor devices. The new instrument technologies enabled by these lasers include targeted ultraviolet chemical sensors (TUCS) which include an integrated combination of UV resonance fluorescence and/or resonance Raman sensors, photoluminescence (PL) spectrometers, and UV resonance Raman spectrometers (UVRRS). In addition, Photon Systems has developed methods for employing its DUV laser technologies for use in other instrumental methodologies such as laser induced resonance fluorescence detectors for capillary electrophoresis and liquid chromatography instruments, flow cytometers, and other instrumental methodologies. Photon Systems has focused its efforts on deep UV sources and systems because of the major technical advantages demonstrated for chemical sensors and instruments operating in this wavelength range and because of the paucity of sources and sensor technology in this area. High levels of chemical sensitivity and specificity can be achieved using UV probe wavelengths in a non-contact, non-invasive, non-destructive sensor that requires no sample handling or preparation.
Agiltron is the world’s leading supplier of optical switches, optical attenuators, optical tunable filters, high optical power components, and fiber monitors. For over seventeen years, we have led the industry in creating and delivering breakthrough optical component technologies and world-class optical components that enhance our customers’ product offerings. Agiltron is a US-owned company located in metropolitan Boston.
Phi Optics Inc was founded in 2009 to respond to market’s request for QPI enabled devices. Our company is developing the next generation of optical imaging systems through its Quantitative Phase Imaging Platform. Phi Optics platform is aimed at augmenting conventional optical microscopy in various vertical markets. Backed by an extensive patent portfolio secured both through in-licensing and continued developments at Phi Optics, the company is targeting applications in life sciences, medical diagnostics, nanotechnology, and semiconductor testing.
Phi Optics technology platform uses standard tools and processes and combines the performance of traditional modalities of an light microscope (e.g. fluorescence, DIC, phase contrast) with the real-time 3D topography capabilities of QPI. This combination offers a significant advantage for applications that require low-cost, fast and accurate imaging of nanostructures.
AtCor Medical develops and markets products for the early detection of target organ damage and management of cardiovascular and renal disease. Its technology allows researchers and clinicians to noninvasively measure the central arterial pressure waveform, central aortic pressures and pulse wave velocity. Central arterial pressure waveform analysis, as measured by the company’s SphygmoCor system, provides clinicians with better prognostic and diagnostic information to determine the need for and type of intervention, effects which cannot be detected with standard brachial blood pressure measurements.
For more than 20 years now, Omicron has been developing, building and producing its systems inhouse. Our highly qualified team works intensively to develop individual solutions for our customers. Product quality is ensured with the aid of modern measurement technology. Development and production meet both European and American standards.
Omicron always wants to be a step ahead in product development. On an average, 2 new developments a year leave our production line.
Cobolt is at the very forefront of the industry in the development and manufacture of high performance CW and Q-switched lasers. We provide ultra low noise, CW, single mode solid-state lasers in the UV-Visible-NIR spectral range; Q-switched DPSS lasers with the unique combination of high pulse rates and high pulse energy in the UV-NIR range; as well as tunable mid-IR sources. The lasers are manufactured using our unique and proprietary HTCure™ technology yielding unrivaled robustness and reliability.
The combination of uncompromised optical performance with nonpareil tolerance to demanding environmental conditions has made Cobolt lasers the preferred choice by leading instrument manufacturers and scientists worldwide.
ATI INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATIONis the world-leading engineering-based developer of robotic accessories and robot arm tooling, including Automatic Tool Changers, Multi-Axis Force/Torque Sensing Systems, Utility Couplers, Robotic Deburring Tools, Robotic Collision Sensors, Manual Tool Changers, and Compliance Devices. Our robot end-effector products are found in thousands of successful applications around the world. Since 1989, our team of mechanical, electrical, and software engineers has been developing cost-effective, state-of-the-art end-effector products and solutions that improve robotic productivity.
The F/T force and torque sensors provide full six-axis force and torque sensing with high factor of safety. The F/T can be mounted to a robot arm or any tooling where multi-axis force/torque sensing is needed.
Established in 1996 as an off-branch of NoIR Medical Technologies (1972), NoIR Laser Company, L.L.C. has emerged as a leader in the eye-safety industry by maintaining a singular focus: to develop a comprehensive line of safety eyewear for coherent and non-coherent light sources by responding to the needs of customers, both large and small.