Genia Photonics will be presenting its latest innovations in optical fiber based laser systems for a diverse range of highly advanced molecular spectroscopy and imaging applications.
The latest technology based upon its flagship Picosecond Synchronized Laser (http://www.geniaphotonics.com/
For Genia Photonics, the objective of the mission will be to establish opportunities with industry leaders in Germany in the sectors of bio-pharmaceutical and chemical research and production as well as in the sector of defense and security.
“We understand the key operational preoccupations concerning process quality and variations that exist which affect the entire supply chain in the industrial sector,” asserts Dr. Alain Villeneuve, CTO of Genia Photonics. “Our technology enables traceability of substances in real time at the molecular level and allows for immediate response for correction to otherwise, potential product quality issues.”
Genia Photonics’ synchronized programmable laser combines a programmable laser and a Master Oscillator Power Amplifier (MOPA) laser into a single small footprint unit that delivers a single combined and synchronized dual-wavelength output. All parameters are configurable through a simple and intuitive graphical user interface running off a PC. The ability to rapidly sweep wavelengths in any pattern and sequence makes it highly desirable for non-linear spectroscopic applications including coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering (CARS). With its core technology platform and advanced electronics, this fiber-based laser can be easily integrated in a system and used for remote detection.
“The synchronized programmable laser has allowed us to penetrate the defense & security (http://www.geniaphotonics.com/
About Genia Photonics
Genia Photonics Inc. is an innovative technology company specializing in multi-functional measurement systems based on its patented fiber-based lasers. With a management team combining over 100 years of experience, Genia Photonics’ technology will change the methodology of various applications in the life sciences, industrial & security industry, by providing fast innovative systems that are cost-effective, versatile, transportable and easy-to-use.
Clients of Genia Photonics consist of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) as well as a large number of leading research facilities across North America, Europe, and Asia.
For more information, visit www.geniaphotonics.com.
Please also download the following articles and technical papers for different industry applications
Defense & Security: http://www.geniaphotonics.com/
Pharmaceutical and Chemical: http://www.geniaphotonics.com/
Alain Villeneuve, CTO
Sabine Kerner, partner