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The Future of Optics

Case Studies

Our customers create life-saving and world-changing innovations.
Scroll down to view real-world case studies showcasing Edmund Optics®
customers whose forward-thinking applications are enabled by optics.

 

Forus Health

Case Study:
Eradicating Preventable Blindness in the Developing World

The future depends on delivering affordable healthcare to the developing world such as low-cost, portable pre-screening ophthalmology

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EyeTech

Transcelestial

Case Study:
How EyeTech and Edmund Optics are Helping Those with Disabilities Regain their Independence

The future depends on novel and advanced sensory technology, such as eye tracking, to allow those with physical or neurological disabilities to better communicate, operate a motorized chair, and take back control of their lives.

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Transcelestial

Transcelestial

Case Study:
How Transcelestial and Edmund Optics are Bringing the Internet to Everyone, Everywhere

The future depends on global access to affordable, lightning-fast wireless communication

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Victor Tango

Victor Tango

Case Study:
Creating Safer Roads with Autonomous Vehicles

The Future of Transportation Depends on Utilizing Imaging Systems for Smart and Safe Autonomous Vehicles

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Danfoss IXA

Danfoss logo

Case Study:
How Danfoss IXA and Edmund Optics are creating a Cleaner Environment

The Future Depends on Monitoring and Regulating Air Pollution, Which is an Essential Step Towards Creating a Cleaner Environment

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Iris

Iris

Case Study:
Utilizing Deformable Mirrors for Precision Wavefront Correction

New Adaptive Optics Module from Iris AO, Inc. and Edmund Optics Makes Wavefront Correction Easy

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UVP

UVP

Case Study:
Non-Invasive In Vivo Imaging Using Fluorescent Microscopy

In Vivo Fluorescence Imaging from UVP has Important Implications for Cancer Research, Heart Disease, and Gene Therapy

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