At PhotonFirst, we are excited to share our experiences and successes from the recent PIC Summit Europe held in Eindhoven. The event, organized by PhotonDelta, was a significant gathering in the photonic integrated circuits (PIC) industry, and it provided us with an great platform to present our ambition, "Packaging the Future of PIC."
PhotonFirst Blog focuses on updates and news in the field of integrated photonics sensing. This blog is an essential resource for anyone who is interested in staying up-to-date with the latest developments in this fast-growing area of technology. This blog provides insights and analysis that you won't find anywhere else. Whether discussing new research findings or covering upcoming industry events, PhotonFirst brings together all of the latest news and trends.
Photonics Integrated Circuits (PICs) are at the forefront of advanced technology, driving innovation in diverse fields such as telecommunications, data communication, aerospace, and quantum computing. However, the successful integration and deployment of PICs heavily relies on robust packaging solutions that ensure their protection, performance, and reliability. In this blog based on an interview with Elvis Wan, an expert from PhotonFirst, we gain insights into the world of PIC packaging and discover how PhotonFirst is setting new standards with our comprehensive approach.
As electronic systems become more and more sensitive to outside influences, it's increasingly important for the facilities that handle them to maintain strict quality control standards. That's why PhotonFirst has introduced a quality framework designed to protect the quality of our products during production and factory acceptance testing. In this blog post, we'll take a closer look at what this new quality framework entails and how it benefits our customers.
Competition among wind farmers to make winning bids in tenders for new generation contracts while maintaining a healthy return on investment is spurring innovation in operating technology. Turbine operators are learning that advanced photonic sensing can provide more detailed, real-time wind turbine monitoring data, informing them about the behavior and performance of key components such as blades, towers, gearboxes and cabling.