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Optical Sensors: Rapidly Evolving Technology Will Spark New Markets (Technical Insights), Executive SummaryExecutive SummaryExecutive SummaryMethodologyMethodologyOptical Sensors: Rapidly Evolving Technology Will Spark New Markets (Technical Insights), Optical Sensors: What Are You Looking At?Optical Sensors: What Are You Looking At?Optical Sensors: What Are You Looking At?Optics 2500 BC to 1996Optics 2500 BC to 1996The Science of LightScientific PrinciplesLet There Be PhotonsGo Into the LightOptical SpectroscopyThey Come in ColorsLasersPhotonicsNonlinear OpticsSiliconUV FluorescenceRaman ScatteringScanning Probe MicroscopyOptical Sensors: Rapidly Evolving Technology Will Spark New Markets (Technical Insights), Optical Sensor TechnologiesOptical Sensor TechnologiesOptical Sensor TechnologiesMeasurands and SensorsMeasurands and SensorsSensing Method Physical Extent of SensingOptical Fiber’s RoleChemical SensorsChemical SensorsFiberoptic Fluoroimmunoassay (FOFIA)Temperature SensorsTemperature SensorsRemote PyrometryFabry-Pérot (FP) Interferometer Raman Scattering/ODTRDistributed SensingLaser SensorsLaser SensorsLIDAR and Doppler LIDAR SensorsLIDAR and Doppler LIDAR SensorsDoppler LIDARCoherent Doppler LIDARStrain SensorsStrain SensorsFiber Bragg Gratings Electric and Magnetic Sensors Electric and Magnetic SensorsVoltage SensingSingle-Mode Fiberoptic Current Sensor Rotation Sensors Rotation SensorsRing Laser Gyroscope (RLG)Fiberoptic Gyroscope (FOG)FOG ConfigurationFOG Performance ParametersMore Rotation SensorsPressure SensorsPressure SensorsInterferometerStress Birefringent PolarizationDisplacement and Position SensorsDisplacement and Position SensorsLiquid-Surface DisplacementAcoustic and Vibration SensorsAcoustic and Vibration SensorsFrequency ResponseFiberoptic SensorsFiberoptic SensorsMore Fiberoptic SensorsFluorescence SensorsFluorescence SensorsFluorescence and Optical BiopsyFluorescence LifetimeBiosensorsBiosensorsEnabling Sensor TechnologySpecialty Fibers for SensorsOptical Sensors: Rapidly Evolving Technology Will Spark New Markets (Technical Insights), Optics Industry SIC Codes & Standards: Blinded By The LightOptics Industry SIC Codes & Standards: Blinded By The LightOptics Industry SIC Codes & Standards: Blinded By The LightNAICS: A Cure for SIC?NAICS: A Cure for SIC?NAICS vs. SICStandardsStandardsThe International Organization for Standardization (ISO)Standards DayIndustry OutlookIndustry OutlookThe Optoelectronics Industry Development Association (OIDA)The Optoelectronics Industry Development Association (OIDA)Optical Sensors: Rapidly Evolving Technology Will Spark New Markets (Technical Insights), Applications And Markets: Near As Anyone Can TellApplications And Markets: Near As Anyone Can TellApplications And Markets: Near As Anyone Can TellThe Markets for Optical SensorsThe Markets for Optical SensorsThe 1996 WTEC StudyJapan vs. US Strength in OptoelectronicsBack in the United StatesBack in the United StatesBureau of Export Administration (BEA) Optics and Manufacturing Optics and ManufacturingLow-Volume Manufacturing; Specialty OpticsHigh-Volume Manufacturing; Specialty OpticsManufacturing with Optical SensorsOther ApplicationsOptical Chemical SensingOptics in ConstructionOptics in the Life SciencesOptical BiosensorsOptics in BiotechnologyFiberoptic SensorsOptics in DefenseLaser Systems in the Atmosphere and in Space Digital; Video and Thermal Imaging CamerasLaw Enforcement and SecurityOptical Sensors: Rapidly Evolving Technology Will Spark New Markets (Technical Insights), Major Research effortsPrivate IndustryFiberoptic Sensor TapeFederal Research and IndustryNIST Optical Fiber Sensors ProjectPhotonics ManufacturingAvailable Federal Sensor TechnologyAircraft-Mounted Sensors Detect Thirsty PlantsFluorescence Lifetime SensorsChemical Sniffer Defense Against TerrorismHigh-Temperature Inspection SystemSensors for Airborne ChemicalsInfrasonic Observatories for Avalanche and Tornado WarningsTornado Detection and WarningSensors Find and Measure Insects in Food BinsArgus Onboard EquipmentElectro-Optic Sensors Measure High VoltageLarge-Area Chemical SensorsAcademic and ConsortiaAcademic and ConsortiaThe Tufts University Artificial NoseRF MEMSComputer-Based MEMSMicrofabrication Labs at the University of California-Berkeley’s Sensor and Actuator CenterUniversity of California-Los Angeles - Nanofabrication FacilityPolychromic LightFiberoptic Sensor Takes the HeatWater-Cooled Fiberoptic SensorInternational EffortsSmart Structure SensingAdvanced Sensor Research for Environmental Monitoring (ASREM)Liquid-Crystal Sensor for TissueDevice for Optical Color MeasurementsOptical Sensors: Rapidly Evolving Technology Will Spark New Markets (Technical Insights), Further On Down the Road: The Technology - The IndustryThe Technology: Between a Lab and a MarketplaceLab-on-a-chipFurther On Down the Road: The Technology - The IndustryFurther On Down the Road: The Technology - The IndustryThe Technology: Between a Lab and a MarketplacePlastic OpticsMEMS ReliabilityPhotonic LatticeHolographic-Structured Light Generator (HSLG)Fast ForwardThe IndustryThe IndustryHarnessing Light: Recommendations and ResponsesFederal AgenciesUniversitiesProfessional SocietiesStandards and SICOptical Sensors: Rapidly Evolving Technology Will Spark New Markets (Technical Insights), AppendixKey SourcesKey SourcesAvailable Federal Sensor TechnologyAvailable Federal Sensor TechnologyOther ResourcesOther ResourcesTrade MagazinesTrade Magazines




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