Meet 60 German companies
Photonics West 2017
28 January - 2 February 2017
San Francisco, USA
Welcome to the German Pavilion at Photonics West 2017
A globally efficient innovation process requires the support of scientists, politicians and associations. Photonics West provides a link between all those and has a strong focus on research, based on the SPIE Conferences and courses parallel to the exhibition.
Moreover, you will be given the opportunity to see some of the most promising innovations, with new products being launched, and to meet up with top companies and industry leaders in San Francisco. As North America's largest photonics and lasers conference, Photonics West brings together more than 1,300 exhibiting companies and 23,000 international attendees from both the United States and the international community. This renowned event therefore offers a great opportunity to build up international contacts and to create new business.
For the eleventh time, Germany is represented at the Photonics West with a national Pavilion hosting 60 German exhibitors, showing high-tech products made in Germany.
On behalf of all German exhibitors, the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi), the Association of the German Trade Fair Industry (AUMA), German Hightech Industry Association SPECTARIS as well as OptecNet Deutschland e.V. - Kompetenznetze Optische Technologien are looking forward to seeing you at the German Pavilion at the Moscone Center in the North Hall. We wish you a very successful trade fair, new incentives and valuable contacts!
SCHÖLLY MICRO OPTICS GMBH
Optical Components & Systems
Booth number: 4629-17
Booth number: 4629-32
Fraunhofer Institute for Production Technology IPT
Customizable micromanipulator technology for ultra-precise positioning
Booth number: 4629-27 + 4629-28
LightTrans International UG (haftungsbeschr.)
Waveoptical Simulation and Design of Laser Systems
Booth number: 4629-45
Booth number: 4629-02
BFS-VRM 03 HP / LP
Booth number: 4629-41
Material research using LithoProf3D
The introduction of novel materials into a manufacturing environment often requires special attention. Although many materials are known to be patternable in 2D by conventional methods like UV lithography or replication technologies, their capability of being processed in 3D with highest precisio...
A way of decreasing energy consumption in data transfer systems is to substitute part of the electrical connections by optical interconnects (OI) fabricated using the high-precision 3D printer LithoProf3D. Many different technologies were explored for their manufacturing, and most of them will be...
Clean Room Class 6
SCHÖLLY MICRO OPTICS GMBH set up a 70 m² clean room in Biebertal. Since September a class 6 clean room is used for assembly of high performance customized modules for different application. Especially for medical and semiconductor application it enables SCHÖLLY to meet the expectation from custom...