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Rasmus Hvidberg—MSc student at DTU Fotonik—analyses speckle patterns on the surface of ice to calculate when the ice begins to melt. Photo: Jesper Scheel.
08 MAR

Student project may improve Great Belt ice warnings

Student has found a new method that can determine—using laser technology—when ice on the Great Belt Bridge melts. The result can contribute to reducing the...

Physics Lasers Sensors
Using infrared spectroscopy, invisible pollutant gases can be identified and quantified. In this image, regions of high methane concentration are indicated in red.
01 MAR

5 million Euro for photonic air pollution monitoring

The TRIAGE project, which starts in March 2021, will receive 5 million Euro (approx. DKK 37 million) in funding from the EU Horizon 2020 programme. The grant...

Air pollution Sensors Lasers
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Photo: Colourbox
07 APR

Tomorrow’s touchscreens work under water as well

It started out with someone who couldn’t use his new cooker with wet fingers, and ended up with a touchscreen that not only works under water, but is also ten times...

Light sources Lasers Sensors
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Mini-Picker robot with sensor optics from DTU Fotonik
16 DEC

Mini-Picker robot with sensor optics from DTU Fotonik

Small, inexpensive, and flexible robot systems for small businesses present a major automation challenge for robot developers: bin-picking. Denmark’s Advanced Technology...

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