Excellence doesn’t just happen—successful companies are those who establish critical core values at their outset and adhere to them. Fiberguide places high emphasis on learning and networking within our field. That’s why we stay active in the fiber optics and technology community by attending conferences and trade shows.
Two such events are coming to the Moscone Center in San Francisco this month. Scheduled for January 27-28, the annual SPIE BIOS expo is the largest biomedical optics exhibition in the world. Fiberguide is honored to partner with SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics, a non-profit organization aimed at promoting technology advancement, professional/career education and support, patent precedent, and networking between interdisciplinary professionals. Scheduled immediately following the SPIE BIOS expo on January 30-31, and February 1, is the Photonics West Exhibition, which is the annual flagship event for the lasers and photonics industries.
Fiberguide is excited to be showcasing our patented RARe Motheye Fiber at both conferences this year. With anti-reflective properties, the RARe Motheye Fiber is used for high power applications such as digital projection, directed energy, laser marking and engraving, and high energy spectroscopy. Recognized with a platinum award this year by Military & Aerospace Electronics Innovators Awards, the RARe Motheye Fiber has been hailed as a groundbreaking approach to meeting the needs of the fiber optics industry. The platinum Military & Aerospace Electronics Innovators Award is an honor bestowed upon only a few companies with a revolutionary product within the Military & Aerospace industries. Fibreguide will offer an in-depth demonstration of its RARe Motheye Fiber at Demo Area 2 in the North Hall on Tuesday, January 30, at 2:00 PM.
In addition, Fiberguide will also be showcasing our two-dimensional fiber optic arrays. These arrays are commonly used for Optical Switching for data transmission and high performance connectivity in the data communication industry as a whole. Designed with our patented manufacturing techniques, our arrays set the new standard in reliability and quality.
Also on hand will be FBG’s, or Fiber Bragg Gratings: fiber sensors that measure strain, stress, and temperature in machinery, aircrafts, bridges, and other structures. FBG’s outperform electrical sensors by monitoring multiple signals through a single fiber, and are commonly used on civil structures, and in both the oil and gas and aerospace industries as well. Efficient and less susceptible to electromagnetic interference, Fiber Bragg Gratings are a smarter option than standard electrical sensors. We will also discuss FBG in-depth at Demo Area 1 in the ABC South Hall on Tuesday, January 30, at 11:30 AM.
Our team members at Fiberguide look forward to meeting you, so stop by the BIOS booth #8652 or the Photonics West booth #5257 and say hello.
Fiberguide has been thriving since its inception over three decades ago, with growth both nationally and world-wide. We are proud to provide efficient, cost-effective, practical fiber optic solutions engineered to meet the specific needs of our clients. As we head into 2018, we are ready to continue our tradition of innovative quality products and services.
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Author: Kevin Rauscher