Press Releases

Opton Laser (France) is pleased to announce the signing of a distribution agreement with New Scale Technologies (NST) to help expand sales and local support in France for its range of piezoelectric based micro motion modules

This year's European Photonics Industry Consortiums (EPIC) on the subject of "automation for manufacturing, packaging, and inspecting optoelectronic elements" meeting took place in PI's new technology center at the headquarters in Karlsruhe, Germany,

Cleaning, an integral part of many manufacturing and maintenance processes, is often critical to the performance of a broad range of technologies in the semiconductor, defense, MEMS, photonics and biotech industries

M Squared, a fast growing Glasgow-based photonics technology business has been announced as the winner of the 2018 IP League Table, seeing off stiff-competition from entrants from all over the UK

TruTag Technologies, a leader in product authentication and brand security solutions, today announced the launch of its new HinaLea Imaging business unit

Spectrolight has appointed the Griot Group as their exclusive sales representative for the western United States and Hass Technical Sales as their exclusive representative for the northeastern US

II-VI Photonics is relocating its Paignton operations to new offices in the Torbay, UK area.

Silicon Photonics firm Rockley Photonics has announced the appointment of Mahesh Karanth as chief financial officer

Elliot Scientific is pleased to announce that the company is now distributing, within the UK and Ireland, a range of products from leading precision positioning manufacturer Siskiyou

Pyreos, the Edinburgh-based passive infrared sensor developer and maker, has secured £1.7m of funding from a syndicate of new investors led by Jon Moulton’s family office, Perscitus, alongside existing shareholders

German photonics firm Toptica has signed an updated contract with the European Southern Observatory (ESO) for the production of four more lasers to be used in the adaptive optics system of the European Extremely Large Telescope (E-ELT)

Elbit Systems has announced that it was awarded a follow-on $46 million contract to supply additional J-Music DIRCM (Direct Infrared Countermeasures) self-protection systems to NATO