Opportunities for optics within tomorrow’s high-tech

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Opportunities for optics within tomorrow’s high-tech. / Hanson, Steen Grüner (Invited author).

2012. Abstract from The First International Conference on Engineering and Technology Innovation, .

Publication: Research - peer-reviewConference abstract for conference – Annual report year: 2012

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Hanson, Steen Grüner (Invited author) / Opportunities for optics within tomorrow’s high-tech.

2012. Abstract from The First International Conference on Engineering and Technology Innovation, .

Publication: Research - peer-reviewConference abstract for conference – Annual report year: 2012

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N2 - The use of miniaturized optical sensors as input devices based on speckle phenomena will be discussed alongside with some considerations on the path to industrial implementation. Based on two examples from the field of cursor control systems, the future opportunities for dissemination into industrial applications will be discussed, in particular, optically based systems for monitoring dynamics of solid structures, e.g. rotational speed, torsional vibrations and velocity. Here, the commonly restrictions for a successful implementation, i.e. reliability, miniaturization, accuracy and especially price will be dealt with. Besides, some general remarks on my observations on bringing ideas from the lab into commercial products will be offered.

AB - The use of miniaturized optical sensors as input devices based on speckle phenomena will be discussed alongside with some considerations on the path to industrial implementation. Based on two examples from the field of cursor control systems, the future opportunities for dissemination into industrial applications will be discussed, in particular, optically based systems for monitoring dynamics of solid structures, e.g. rotational speed, torsional vibrations and velocity. Here, the commonly restrictions for a successful implementation, i.e. reliability, miniaturization, accuracy and especially price will be dealt with. Besides, some general remarks on my observations on bringing ideas from the lab into commercial products will be offered.

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