Still using conventional measuring techniques? Optical sensors are more precise.
Conventional measuring techniques have become obsolete. They are not accurate enough. Optical sensors and laser-based measuring and testing systems are now indispensible. They are faster, more precise, more flexible—and they save energy.
Today's measuring processes move so quickly that they can no longer be detected using the human eye. Conventional measuring and testing systems that were used in the past are no longer sufficient. That is why modern sensor technology relies on optical sensors and laser-based systems. Light is the perfect measuring tool for testing materials, components and manufacturing processes. Light measures precisely, quickly and without any contact. Bundled as a laser, light is a guarantee for optimum quality in the manufacturing process and for excellent economic efficiency.
Laser-based testing and measuring systems are becoming increasingly efficient and compact. They make highly dynamic measuring techniques possible and bring a completely new level of quality to modern testing technology. Optoelectronics make entirely different manufacturing methods and production speeds possible and increase economimc efficiency. Above all, that is because light is flexible to use and requires very little energy—which also has a positive effect on costs. And with optimum precision, reliability and quality.
LASER World of PHOTONICS: The trade fair for sensors and laser-based measuring and testing technology
Optical sensors and laser-based measuring systems and testing techniques have become indispensible in industry and the skilled trades as well as in science and medical engineering. Light's precision and the fact that it is so flexible and easy to use for a wide variety of control and monitoring tasks in production is amazing.
Thus our question: Do you still measure things the conventional way? Or would you like to also profit from lights and lasers in sensor technology as well as measuring and testing techniques in the future? Then LASER World of PHOTONICS, the world's leading trade fair for the laser and photonics industry, is exactly right for you. It is the best place to get all the important information that you need and to make key contacts.
The exhibition sector Sensors, test and measurement and optical measurement systems is located in hall A2 at LASER World of PHOTONICS. Fairgrounds map
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