Autonomous Car Development Drives Optical Technology

Typically, navigation systems for autonomous cars use visible light optical sensing systems to identify foreign objects. However, to see oncoming objects through hazardous conditions, optical sensors within the cars need technology that can predict obstacles not...

Defence: a different approach to optics sourcing

In recent years, tight defence budgets have meant that most military equipment contractors are looking for ways to provide fit for purpose products at competitive prices. One approach to reducing cost has been to source the lowest price standard optical components /...

Are your lenses becoming obsolete?

Optical component obsolescence has always been an issue for buyers in industries ranging from aerospace and defense, right through to the nuclear industry. In these industries, equipment built by OEMs tends to have long life cycles that outlast the life spans of the...

Best Practices for Ensuring Lens Performance

In order for your lens to provide its best performance it must be kept clean. In most working environments the biggest enemy to maintaining clean lenses is the dreaded fingerprint. In this ‘How To’ feature, we provide you with useful instructions, hints...

Model 228 UV/Visible Lens

https://www.resolveoptics.com/optics/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Ripl_Video-d43dc29b-5885-4005-b4ef-b24ca66d85ba.mp4 Drawing upon a fully featured high performance UV-Visible lens – the Model 228 sets a new standard for RUVIS forensic fingerprint investigations....

Taking close up pictures in high radiation environments

A new case study describes how a variant of our Model 357 non-browning zoom lens was developed for DEKRA Visatec GmbH to enable them to offer a powerful new radiation resistant inspection system. Several users in the nuclear industry are reporting how the system...