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        time:2019-12-06 source:browse:55

        What is Photonics’ main purpose?

        The main purpose of the photonics field is to develop new and innovative products for medicine, telecoms, manufacturing, construction, among many other research fields. We are listing some Photonics applications below.

        In this way, from light that can cut plastic, to ultra-accurate lasers used in delicate eye surgeries, photonics is responsible for significant scientific discoveries. Indeed, in the last couple of years we have seen a tipping point for photonics; especially as the telecom sector realises that the exponential thirst for Internet bandwitdh cannot be met by simply improving existing technology. Then with global sales of mobile phones expected to be 1.5B units for 2016, plus the huge rise in the number of connected devices (the so-called Internet of Things) the energy consumption in data-centres is becoming the cause of great concern.

        Photonics is also key to making new tools for measuring things we can’t yet measure. With those tools, we can now answer important new questions and create new business and investment opportunities. In this way, light technologies and photonics are helping to revolutionized many sectors, especially advanced sensing.

        Photonics technologies

        Find below how users and organizations at Innoget are pushing Photonics forward discovering and launching new Photonics technologies, patents and knowhow worldwide.

        Why is Photonics important?

        The growth of data usage due to mobiles’ sales global increase as well as boost of the Internet of Things’ infrastructure urges large amounts of information to be transmitted quickly and reliably through optical fiber cables. But the current exponential thirst for Internet badnwitdh cannot be met simply improving existing technologies. This is where Photonics play its part replacing telecommunications systems that use metal wiring, creating easier, less resources-consuming solutions and products.

        For example, using Photonics technologies, professionals may create a laser that can cut through raw materials. Photonics professionals may also create optical materials that make a factory more energy efficient. At an electronics manufacturer, photonics determine how energy efficient the screens of televisions are by testing crystals. In the military, lasers are used in navigation and to provide range information for weaponry and missile targets. In the medical field, lasers are used in numerous diagnostic and treatment procedures, and to perform delicate surgery on the eye and other parts of the body.

        A lot of time is spent researching new developments within Photonics’ rapidly growing field. This is one of the reasons why Photonics professionals must keep up to date with the findings and research of other professionals.

        Photonics conferences

        Find below some of the top upcoming Photonics conferences worldwide. Innoget collaborates with leading Photonics conferences organizers to disseminate Photonics-related networking opportunities.