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Optics.org News Desk:
Optonicus compensates for turbulence over 7-km path. Optonicus' 21-element optical phased array (OPA) ... maintains good beam quality over large stand-off distances. Read more...


Stars and Stripes:
High power laser technology could 'revolutionize' manufacturing. The directed-energy technology is being developed at the University of Dayton.


Optonicus has also been awarded several new contracts to develop its latest technologies in the area of fiber arrays and long distance atmospheric sensing. More stories...

Leading Innovations in Intelligent Optical Systems

Optonicus' strength is in the integration of advanced adaptive optics and beam control architectures, elements and algorithms, smart sensors and parallel on-the-fly information processing techniques also referred to as Intelligent Optics. With Optonicus, customers get optical systems that deliver optimal performance in harsh operating conditions.

Optonicus has well established expertise and provides unique technical solutions in the following areas of development:

  • Wavefront and beam control hardware including beam steering and deformable mirrors, wavefront sensors, beam and image quality sensors and controllers.
  • Design and integration of adaptive optics systems for directed energy, laser illumination, target tracking, designation, active and passive imaging.
  • Numerical simulation of atmospheric effects and their impact on performance of various optical systems; analysis includes target in-the-loop propagation, speckle, thermal blooming and anisoplanatic effects.
  • Conformal optical systems including fiber-array based adaptive laser beam projection systems, sparse imaging systems, coherent LIDAR, laser tracking, and remote sensing systems.
  • Advanced control and signal/image processing algorithms for mitigation of negative impact of non-linear optical, turbulence (atmospheric and underwater) and jitter effects.
  • Adaptive free-space laser communication systems that are robust, light-weight, secure, and operate at high data rates for advanced communications.


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