Laser World of Photonics 2015
CUDOS Technology launched internationally at the world’s largest Optical and Photonics trade exhibition - Laser World of Photonics on 22-25 June in Munich with four new products currently being patented in the key markets of Australia, the USA, Europe and China.
Hundreds of visitors stopped at the CUDOS Technology booth to talk to inventors from our ANU, University of Sydney and Macquarie University research nodes and have a detailed look four prototypes. The event was a promising start to Cudos’ new business venture with many leads generated, some committed sales and talk of global distribution for one of our products, the MIROPA.
The MIROPA; together with high performance 3D waveguide devices; MIRLIN – a compact mid infrared spectrometer; and mid infrared fiber lasers, was launched at the trade fair that brings together all optical-technology sectors including research, technology and industry and draws more than 30,000 visitors.
Building on the prototypes that were displayed at the CUDOS Photonics Showcase, CUDOS exhibited at CLEO:2014 Expo in San Jose, California in June 2014. Visitors to the CUDOS booth were able to see our high performance programmable microwave photonic filter, “brighter than a synchrotron” source for 2-8+um light and our mode locked 3um fibre lasers. They were able to talk to CUDOS researchers about MIR glass and planar integrated devices, and CUDOS’ unique capabilities in this area.
Below are links to technical literature that summarise the key features and applications of our products:
3 um mode-locked fiber laser
Arbitrary Mode Generator
High Power MIR OPA Sources
Tunable, Ultra-Wideband Microwave Photonic Notch Filter
UltraBroadband MIR Supercontinuum Sources
Arbitrary Mode Generator Prototype
Microwave Photonic Notch Filter demostration
CUDOS Photonics Showcase
CUDOS researchers exhibited a number of ‘industry-ready’ prototypes of their research at the Photonics Showcase held in November 2013 at the Australian Technology Park. These included a quantum-based generator of random numbers, a laser source of mid-infrared light for sensing, a 3D nano-printer, and photonic filters for applications from seeing through haze to descrambling microwave signals.
Optical Materials for the Future
Sensing and Shaping our World
Safeguarding our Assets
Seeing through the Haze