SCHOTT to Present Advancements in Military Glass and Optics Technology at Defense Security and Sensing Conference

Military Application Optics and Glass Innovative Technologies to Be Demonstrated at Defense Security and Sensing ConferenceApril 24, 2012 (at the Defense, Security and Sensing Conference in Baltimore, MD) – SCHOTT Defense, a division of SCHOTT North America, Inc., is exhibiting (booth 1519) its innovations in military-application glass and optics technologies at the Defense Security and Sensing (DSS) trade show in Baltimore from April 23 to 27.

After more than 40 years of producing innovative advanced glass solutions for the U.S. military, SCHOTT Defense continues to enhance and customize optical glass, IR transparent glasses, fiber optic and filtered glass components for military all-terrain vehicles, night vision systems, advanced cockpits and more.

During the DSS show, SCHOTT Defense scientists and research experts will highlight the company’s developments through six presentations.

Optical Design and Assembly Capabilities by SCHOTT

by Mike Dargie

SCHOTT Defense now offers advanced optical design and assembly capabilities, including conventional optics, as well as incorporating SCHOTT’s imaging fiber optics into optical and electro/optic design.

The demonstration will be held on Tuesday, April 24, at 3:30 p.m.

New LG940 Laser Glass

by Matthew Roth

SCHOTT continues bring innovative laser glasses to the OEMs, enabling more efficient, higher rep-rate operations in "eye-safe" medical and range-finding applications at 1.54um.

The demonstration will be held on Tuesday, April 24, at 4:30 p.m.

Technical paper presentation in Session 12: IR Optics II “Qualification and Metrology for U.S. Produced Chalcogenides” by Dr. Nathan Carlie will be held on Wednesday, April 25 at 4:50 p.m.

Chalcogenide Materials and Aspheric Infrared Optics from SCHOTT produced in the United States

by Dr. Nathan Carlie

SCHOTT now produces the IG family of chalcogenide glasses in the United States with validated optical and physical properties for imaging in the NIR through LWIR.

The demonstration will be held on Thursday, April 26, at 10:30 a.m.

Technical paper presentation in Session 2: Cockpit Avionics and Vetronics

“Biocular Vehicle Display Optical Designs” by Tom Carter will be held on Thursday, April 26, at 10:50 a.m.

Broadband AR Coatings from SCHOTT

by Jayson Nelson

Broadband AR coatings: Schott has added U.S. capability for anti-reflective coating. Multiwavelength, Single wavelength, and Broadband Antireflection coatings for the UV, VIS, NIR are available. The demonstration will be held on Thursday, April 26, at 12:30 p.m.

SCHOTT Defense innovations in military glass and optics technologies are developed from R&D stage to design and manufacturing at the company’s Duryea, PA and Southbridge, MA plants. Last year, SCHOTT invested $2 million and expanded the Duryea site, which also serves as its U.S. Research and Development center, by opening a new optical coatings facility.

DSS is organized annually by SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics. SCHOTT and SPIE’s relationship spans more than 30 years and has resulted in more than 100 academic papers and reports about innovative optics and photonics manufacturing.

###

About SCHOTT Defense

SCHOTT has been supplying the U.S. Defense market with advanced technologies for over 40 years. The company’s product range, ready to serve the defense and security industries, includes fiber optics, optical and filter glasses, glass and glass-ceramic for armor and hermetic packages for protecting sensitive electronic components.

600450 SCHOTT to Present Advancements in Military Glass and Optics Technology at Defense Security and Sensing Conference glassonweb.com

See more news about:

Others also read

SCHOTT is introducing a new, innovative portfolio of structured glass substrates that offers highly accurate and versatile features: FLEXINITY™. Credit: SCHOTT
SCHOTT is introducing a new, innovative portfolio of structured glass substrates that offers highly accurate and versatile features: FLEXINITY™.
Cold bending makes it possible to place curvatures on glass immediately before installation. (Photo credit: Lisec Austria GmbH)
Thin glass is revolutionising the performance spectrum of glass and glass panes.
CONTURAN® IR Protect deflects infrared (IR) and ultraviolet (UV) radiation with a high degree of success. Picture: SCHOTT AG.
The latest laminated, anti-glare cover glass from SCHOTT – CONTURAN® IR Protect – deflects more than 80 percent of infrared (IR) and ultraviolet (UV) radiation.
Exceptional quality and safety standards are hallmarks of the production at SCHOTT Gemtron´s flat glass plant in San Luis Potosi. Photo: SCHOTT
A quarter of a century ago, the German technology group SCHOTT followed a customer to San Luis Potosí, and a Latin American success story began
The ultra-thin glass from SCHOTT is not only convincing under laboratory conditions, but also when utilized as a protective display for smartphones, where it responds reliably to the daily challenges the devices are constantly confronted with.
Ultra-thin smartphone protective glass from SCHOTT now available in retail.
SCHOTT’s Opportunity Lab addresses current and potential customers who are looking for solutions for their ideas and projects. Glass with its various properties could be just the suitable material they need.
SCHOTT technology group opens its “Opportunity Lab” to the public for fresh ideas.

Add new comment