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The transformation to Photonics 4.0 is proving to be a stabilizing factor and future driver in a tense photonics market.
The Dutch technology group ASML has brought lithographic chip structuring using EUV radia-tion with a wavelength of 13.5 nm to serial production.
Covid-19 has made many market forecasts obsolete. But notwithstanding the special economic conditions, market studies see long-term trends in microscopy.
Quantum technologies are seen as the market of the future. Governments around the world are pouring vast sums into research and development. An overview of planned and ongoing programs.
Recent studies predict stormy growth in the VCSEL world market through to the middle of the coming decade.
A study investigated the role that photonics plays as a driver for global sustainability.
The German Mechanical Engineering Industry Association (VDMA) presented market data from the German laser industry.
3D-Printers, laser scalples, seeing machines and self-driving cars—this is jow photonics is shaping our future,
Exhibition Group Director Claudia Sixl on the imporance of photonics—and how it will change our everyday lives.
An analysis of the submissions for the 2019 Awards shows the current innovation focuses of the exhibitors.
USP technology is poised to make the leap into industrial macro-materials processing.
Transformation to Industry 4.0 is in full swing and machine vision plays a key role. The market is growing.
The Start-Up Award is already well established. It will now be joined by the Innovation Award for the best new products.
Over the coming ten years, the EU will invest a billion euros in the QUANTUM FLAG-SHIP initiative.
Global sales volume will double to USD 50.2 billion by 2022.
New market data from OPTECH Consulting and VDMA verify continuing growth in the laser market.
At the AKL’18 laser congress, experts provided insights into the laser markets in China and the U.S.
With its “Europe’s age of light” vision, the European technology predicts a development in the photonics industry.
According to U.S. consultants, traditional greenhouses, vertical farming and more offer potential for LED lighting technology.