Optical Components and Systems for Industrial Application. Future Demands and Present Approaches View Full Text


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DATE

1996

AUTHORS

Bernd Wilhelmi

ABSTRACT

The technological pace has been quickening during transition from the mobility age towards the information age. On both types of highways — the one for persons and freight and the one for information — as well as in many other fields photonics is needed in increasing quality and quantity, where the term photonics comprizes all branches of modern optics — microoptics, integrated optics, fiber optics and nonlinear optics included —, lasers, electrooptics and optoelectronics. With higher and higher speed photonics is penetrating into new fields of industry, agriculture, mining, forestry, transport, service, environmental monitoring and every day life, and it is playing the dominant part in all kind of tasks connected with sensorics and monitoring. Already now photonic systems, devices and components are met at almost all manufacturing shop floors, in supermarkets and at home. However, in a rapidly rising number of cases optical components and subsystems are hidden in overall systems which contain additionally electrical and mechanical subsystems and mostly an informatic part with specific hardware and software in the very centre, see Fig. 1. More... »

PAGES

739-753

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Book

TITLE

Laser in Forschung und Technik / Laser in Research and Engineering

ISBN

978-3-540-61316-9
978-3-642-80263-8

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http://scigraph.springernature.com/pub.10.1007/978-3-642-80263-8_153

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-80263-8_153

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