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SWIR and NIR Disruptive Zoom Lenses for Challenging Environments: Air, Land, and Maritime

Thu, Sep 12, 2024 10:00A EDT
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MKS Ophir, Light & Measurement
About This Webinar

Peter Kunert of MKS Ophir IR Optics explores the advantages of SWIR lenses and how they play a pivotal role in air, land, and maritime imaging, offering unparalleled visibility even in challenging conditions, such as haze, smoke, and fog. Incorporating SWIR and NIR into electro-optical (EO) systems significantly enhances image clarity and performance. SWIR lenses excel in long-range daytime observation, effective glass transmission, and precise laser spot detection for designators, making them an ideal solution for defense and homeland security applications. This presentation shares how SWIR technology can transform an EO system and improve operational efficiency. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from industry experts and explore practical applications of SWIR lenses.

Who should attend:
Researchers, developers, and engineers who work with SWIR and NIR lenses. Those interested in purchasing optical equipment and tools and IR camera integrators. Anyone whose work includes imaging in challenging environments or electro-optical systems. Those who use cameras, detectors, and imaging equipment in defense and aerospace applications.

About the presenter:
Peter Kunert, Ph.D., has extensive technical expertise and project management experience, with many years in thermal imaging applications. He holds a doctorate in physics from Siegen University of Applied Sciences and Technology in Germany.

 

 

About MKS Ophir IR Optics:
With decades of knowledge and experience, Ophir Optronics Solutions, Infrared Optics Group, an MKS Brand (NASDAQ: MKSI), is a world-leading designer and manufacturer of high-performance IR thermal imaging lenses and optical elements for SWIR, MIR, and LWIR imaging. Using advanced technologies, innovative engineering, and design configurations, Ophir provides a global solution for homeland security, surveillance, defense and commercial applications, such as IR components and complex lens assemblies with fixed or motorized focus and zoom lenses.

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