Laser Light Sources for Automotive and Specialty Lighting Applications

Sep 25, 2018
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Lambda Research Corp.
About This Webinar
A new generation of visible laser light sources is being developed to enable advanced optical control through the use of miniature optics and reflectors, high-efficiency fiber optic transport, and waveguide delivery. These light sources, which can offer more than 10 times the luminance of LEDs, are now being adopted into automotive headlights, specialty lighting, projection displays, and also developed for biomedical and industrial applications.

In this webinar you will learn about the latest advances in laser light sources and the technology that is now being developed to support this progress. Paul Rudy, co-founder of SLD Laser (formerly SoraaLaser) will discuss his company’s use of GaN laser diodes, phosphor chip technology, and high-luminance packaging to develop novel laser light sources, and will introduce you to SLD Laser’s innovative LaserLight illumination source technology. He will explain how LaserLight source technology uses a laser-pumped phosphor architecture to deliver safe, high luminance white-light output.

About the presenter:
Paul Rudy, Ph.D., cofounder, CMO and SVP, SLD LaserPaul Rudy, Ph.D., is co-founder, chief marketing officer, and senior vice president of business development at SLD Laser. Rudy has worked in the field of photonics for more than 20 years and has extensive experience in photonics general management, technical product marketing, business development, and product management. Prior to SLD, Rudy was director of marketing at Coherent, where he worked to commercialize laser devices based on gallium arsenide (GaAs). Rudy holds a doctorate in physics from the University of Rochester, an MBA from the University of Southern California, and a bachelor's degree in physics from Duke University.

SLD Laser is an independent spinoff from Soraa Inc. (LED lighting). It is ISO 9001-certified and automotive-compliant to IATF 16949.

Who should attend: 
Optics and photonics professionals, including engineers, designers, researchers, scientists, educators, students, and those in management and executive roles. Anyone who is interested in learning about state-of-the-art lighting and, specifically, laser lighting technology for displays, automotive, biomedical, and/or industrial applications.

This webinar is sponsored by Lambda Research Corporation, a leading designer and publisher of illumination and optical design software for a wide range of industry sectors around the world.

Research & TechnologyeducationAmericasLasersLEDsLight SourcesOpticsDisplaysflexible displaysspecialty lightingprojection displaysautomotiveautomotive displayautomotive lightingSoraaLaserSLD LaserPaul RudyindustrialBiophotonics
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