Monitoring the Ocean depths

Our specialist lenses are not just popular with space and satellite companies, they also lie at the heart of #autonomouscamera systems monitoring methane seep and hydrothermal vent sites deep in the Pacific Ocean. Designed for real-time imaging via an Internet...

Lens Innovation Newsletter – Issue 18 – now available.

Reflecting the huge interest in application optimised optics in the aerospace community – the Spring 2022 issue of Lens Innovation includes topical features on ‘environmental considerations when designing optics for satellite applications’ and an update on...

Ambitious Moon Exploration Plans

Due for launch in 2024 – a new solar powered land rover – the Lunar Vertex will explore the Reiner Gamma swirl, one of the most distinctive natural features and so-called “magnetic anomalies” on the Moon. The project combines the expertise of several leading...

Specialist Optics for Nuclear Systems Integrators

Today, Resolve Optics non-browning lens expertise is helping nuclear systems integrators operating in a growing number of different and interesting applications subject to radiation. Topically this includes suppling the lenses for use in a high-radiation-resistant...