Our optical sensing devices enable applications which are experiencing high growth in both consumer and industrial electronics. This is driven by unprecedented advances in applications such as:
Our technology is enabling some of the world’s most exciting Quantum developments.
Our expertise in Silicon Photonics (SiPhi) integration, coupled with our unique end-to-end design and foundry services, means that our optical sensing devices are a key component in many emerging Quantum applications. Our capability in Quantum includes:
3D imaging systems for driver assisted and autonomous vehicles. We are working as part of the government led SPIDAR project, a collaboration with high-profile commercial partners Toshiba, Network Rail and Thales UK, amongst others.
Developing the world’s first, commercial Quantum Atomic Magnetometer. We are part of the MAG-V project, to detect micro-defects in ferrous metal surfaces that are not usually visible to the human eye and can be hidden underground or behind protective or insulating coatings. The Quantum Magnetometers are developed for non-intrusive corrosion detection, which is a billion-dollar market.
Atomic clocks – we are working to develop Quantum Gallium Nitride (Q-GaN) laser technology applications that will be used in atomic clocks, helping to ensure accurate GPS coverage when satellite connections are weak or lost. Transport industries will benefit first, with the technology expected to be miniaturised for smartphones and smartwatches, opening a wide range of consumer applications in the future.
Our single-photon, infrared imaging, detection and ranging technology, is being used to sense the proximity of objects and other vehicles for driver safety and self-driving vehicle applications.
We are a proud partner in SPIDAR, a quantum project to develop range finding and 3D imaging systems for driver assisted and autonomous vehicles. The project is a collaboration with high-profile commercial partners Toshiba, Network Rail and Thales UK, amongst others.
Our high precision devices are vital in creating cutting-edge, quality mid-IR sensors in high volumes with greater sensitivity, lower cost, reduced energy use and a longer lifespan than existing products. These can be employed in a wealth of applications including medical, industrial and consumer applications.
There is a growing demand for optical sensing using lasers sensors for smartphones and laptops. For smartphones (including facial recognition), automotive and security applications. Our extensive experience in xxxx devices/technology, allow us to provide the critical components for this next generation of 3D sensing applications.
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