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InPhoTech is a company with extensive experience in research and development projects, especially aimed at obtaining patents, demonstrators or prototypes for industry applications. InPhoTech carries out modelling, fabrication, research and development of specialty optic fibres (including microstructured, photonic crystal, plastic and plastic microstructured), innovative optical fibre components and photonic devices. Such photonic technology are developed for telecom, metrology, quality analysis, medical, mining, space, transport and safety applications.
specialty fibres technology includes:
- optical fibre devices based on classical and microstructured fibres: sensors (vibration, temperature, strain, pressure and others) and dispersion compensators;
- fibre modulators, variable attenuators, broadband fibre light sources etc.;
- preform technology: MCVD and OVD;
- drawing towers: for silica glass, soft glasses and polymers;
- fibre examples of microstructured and classical fibres such as: highly nonlinear, highly birefringent, extremely high or low NA, exceptionally low bending loss, active, multi core, and multi clad etc.;
- fibre components including classical and microstructured fibres, pigtails, patchcords, efficient splices, fibre attenuators, fibres with tunable parameters (attenuation, birefringence, nonlinearity, mode field area, numerical aperture etc.).
- More in TECHNOLOGY.
DORS - Optical fibre dynamic pressure sensor
The main goal of the project is development of a dynamic pressure sensor working in harsh environment. The sensor will be based on optical fibre technology, especially photonic and microstructured optical fibres.
The project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 728498.
Project „NODUS – NEW OPTICAL FIBRES DEDICATED TO DISTRIBUTED SENSORS IN NUCLEAR ENVIRONMENT” funded under Foundation for Polish Science TEAM-TECH Programme