Together with the Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics, DIOPTIC has developed a method to locate the position of optical elements in space with sub-micron accuracy. This technology has now been successfully used to align the optical lenses of the … Read More
DIOPTIC has developed the new ARGOS matrix 200 system for the objective, automated and reproducible inspection of optical surfaces. On one hand, manual, time-consuming surface inspection can be replaced by an automatic process. On the other hand, the ARGOS matrix … Read More
For more than 10 years DIOPTIC has been developing solutions for innovative display systems. Whether as head-mounted displays for runners and cyclists or head-up displays in cars – DIOPTIC technology can be found in many products. Our innovations are not … Read More
Computer Generated Holograms (CGH) in combination with Fizeau interferometers are widely used as a proven and established tool to inspect aspheric surfaces, cylindrical lenses and free-form surfaces with the highest precision. Aspheres with an additional diffractive structure can also be … Read More
The development of lidar sensors improves rapidly. Various concepts (flash lidar, MEMS-based lidar, scanning lidar) become more capable, smaller and more precise. The steps forward in development as well as increasing total numbers raise the demands for inspection and quality … Read More
The ARGOS family is growing: ARGOS Matrix is particularly efficient in the inspection of smaller components, but a powerful tool across the full range of optics. ARGOS Matrix is available as a compact device for the inspection of individual components. With our XY scan extension, automated batch inspections of optical components are possible. Entire production batches can be inspected automatically without user interaction.