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Autonomous technologies take to the road
Hercules NIL from EVG
OCT in non-destructive testing
  • Autonomous technologies take to the road

    Trends & Opportunities in Autonomous Technologies

    The autonomous vehicle market is on an upward trajectory, with global revenue expected to grow at a CAGR of nearly 40% through 2027, reaching $126.8 billion, according to the report Autonomous Vehicle Market by Research and Markets. With growth...
  • OCT in non-destructive testing

    Nondestructive Testing with OCT

    Optical coherence tomography (OCT), the most widely used optical medical imaging technology, has finally made its move into the non-destructive testing (NDT) and inspection arena, much as ultrasound did in the 1960’s. Valued for its ability...
  • By using a SPAD array imager, the camera developed by the Proteus team is able to detect ballistic photons from a pulsed laser light source that pass through the body relatively un-scattered

    Ballistic Camera Tracks Light from Inside the Body

    Members of a UK-based EPSRC (Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council) interdisciplinary research team called Proteus have developed a new type of system that can detect light from a source deep inside the human body.  Led by...
  • Medical devices are increasingly using nitinola memory metal that can be physically deformed and where a thermal shift will later return it to its original shape Image courtesy of STI Laser Industries
  • Glass cutting for cell phone displays

    High-Speed Laser Glass Cutting for Cell Phone Displays

    Glass is used as a substrate in the touchscreen displays of virtually every manufacturers’ smartphones and tablet computers. The glass for these devices is invariably supplied in large sheets, which is processed and then eventually cut down...
  • Accommodating 4 electrodes with 4-axis control

    Neuroscience Under the Microscope

    While optical microscopy methods for neuroscience have expanded significantly in recent times, traditional tools such as patch clamp technology are still widely used because they provide superior data for many types of experiments. Researchers at...
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