Month: December 2015
“CASCADE LASER COMPONENTS & SYSTEMS: TECHNOLOGY AND MARKET TRENDS”
Tematys is pleased to announce the release of its new report “Cascade Laser Components & Systems: Technology and Market trends”.
Today, advances in cascade lasers (CL) are revolutionizing infrared spectroscopy and OEMs can count on two mature alternatives: interband cascade lasers (ICLs) that are expected to be a cost killer in the 3-6µm spectrum, and quantum cascade lasers (QCLs), with more power and a continuous wider spectral resolution from 3 to 300µm.
New CL-based applications are launched every day. The market is getting mature with strong players for driving applications like industry, environment, life science or transports.
As a consequence, the Cascade Laser (CL) market is expected to grow from 148M$ in 2015 up to 1.7B$ in 2024 with a strong CAGR increase due to the maturation of commercial products using CL components.
The present report analyzes CL components, systems and application markets trends. It evaluates the potential and the challenges to be faced in more than 25 market segments and provides an application roadmap for the next decade.
It also provides extensive market data in M$ from 2014 to 2024 for different applications: Industry, Security & Defence, Environment, Health Care, Transports.
Online sales: http://tematys.fr/Publications/
Flyer and order form: TEMATYS’ Cascade Laser report – Flyer and order form
Press release: TEMATYS’ Cascade Laser report – Release announcement
Contact : Benoît d’Humières ; bdhumieres(at)tematys.com
Proceedings of the 5th Galileo Science Colloquium available online
The official Proceedings of the 5th Galileo Science Colloquium which took place from the 27th to the 29th of October 2015 at PTB, Braunschweig, Germany are now
available online at: http://www.congrexprojects.com/2015-events/15a08/proceedings
The Posters/Presentations and/or Papers can be downloaded in PDF format.
PhD defense of Irina BALAKIREVA “Non-linear dynamics of Kerr optical frequency combs”
Launch of LISA PATHFINDER
ESA’s LISA Pathfinder lifted off earlier on Thursday, 3rd Dec. on a Vega rocket from Europe’s spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana, on its way to demonstrate technology for observing gravitational waves from space.