An interview with Kathryn Cook from the University of Cincinnati who is involved in the archaeological excavations of the special find at the Palace of Nestor in 2015. For her investigations, she used a microscope camera from the Jenoptik.
How infrared cameras can improve road safety in tunnels and prevent potential dangers early.
How small series and flexible production processes can be achieved with ultra-precision technology, for example when manufacturing glass bottles.
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They transmit, reflect, polarize and filter light – but only the coating determines their function.
How Jenoptik can help mitigate the risks of the CFDA approval process
Microscope images reveal findings in archaeology
Microscope images taken with JENOPTIK GRYPHAX® cameras form the basis for investigations of archaeological artefacts
Fire prevention with infrared cameras
A fire in a tunnel? Heavily loaded trucks, in particular, pose a fire risk. Preventive fire protection with infrared cameras can be a solution.
Manufacturing plastic optics with ultra-precision technology
How ultra-precision technology can also be used to produce plastic optics in small series
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The optical coating is crucial
Risk reduction during the CFDA approval of your biomedical device
Improving air quality with photonics
Among other things, "green photonics" can reduce particulate matter and increase air quality.
Identify genuine leather with microscopy
Using microscopy for quality control of genuine leather – JENOPTIK GRYPHAX® microscope cameras make it possible.
Cutting-edge lenses for Mars mission
A journey into space requires unique demands. Our engineers developed special lenses for the Mars mission 2020
CFDA and FDA certifications for biomedical devices
Do biomedical device manufacturers really have to write brand-new applications for each national market they enter?
Precise laser drilling in plastics
Contexo and Jenoptik developed a laser drilling machine for an innovative plastic product within just six months.
Laser hair removal
More efficiency for professional devices thanks to reliably powerful, small and lightweight diode lasers from Jenoptik.
Thermal imaging for fever screening
Hidden infections can be detected more easily with mobile measuring stations for fever screening using a thermal imaging camera.
Safety of bridges in road traffic
How robust are the bridges in our road network? Speed limits are often introduced as a preventive measure to protect the infrastructure.
How to achieve CFDA/NMPA approval for biomedical devices
Gaining CFDA/NMPA certificate for next-generation biomedical devices is not as difficult as it seams.
Miniaturized digital microscopes for diagnostics and live cell imaging
Jenoptik´s miniaturized digital microscope solution controlled by software and backed by a team with decades of expertise makes the unkown visible.
Laser light in use against the sea lice
Superior immersive experience
Projection lenses for cinemas or simulator rides in amusement parks offer a special experience for young and old.
Revealing secrets in marine biology
Microscope cameras are of major importance in geoscience for marine biology and polar research to decode the earth's climate history.
Smart manufacturing in Industry 4.0
Jenoptik uses the potential of light for the development of technologies in Industry 4.0.
How to improve toll enforcement
Jenoptik enters the digital future of truck toll enforcement and sets new standards with its solution.
Can CMOS replace CCD?
Although both devices are built on the same fundamental technology, there are differences that have favored one over the other.
Why is photonics a key technology?
Photonics enables pioneering technologies and offers great growth potential. We use optical technologies to promote photonic applications and trends.
Exploring the myths of microscope cameras
Is CCD better than CMOS?
10 facts about tolls in Germany
Facts you ever needed to know about tolls in Germany as a truck driver or transport company.