AME010  |  Free-form Lenses For Use In Imaging Optics

Our wide-angle, low-aberration camera (WALA Cam) is the world’s first imaging system to achieve a wide field-of-view, low-distortion performance specification -- without software modifications and at a very competitive price point. This is possible thanks to our free-form technology which uses rotationally asymmetrical lenses to map out a rectangular image onto the rectangular sensor, thus reducing barrel distortion typically seen in wide-angle images.  

Exhibitor : DynaOptics Ltd

AME040  |  Compact Fibre Laser Cleaning System

The Compact Fiber Laser Cleaning System is a patent technology that was developed to remove rust, paint and surface contaminants with minimal residue. The system designed to be compatible with industrial robots to automate cleaning processes. Main benefits of the system its low maintenance cost, low operating cost and minimal waste generated as compared to other cleaning systems. 

Exhibitor : Ngee Ann Polytechnic

AME041  |  Dual-wavelength lensless digital holographic microscope for dynamic inspection on micro-electro-mechanical systems(MEMs)

The dual-wavelength digital holographic microscopy system is used to carry out 3D dynamic inspection of the MEMS device-under-test to verify its geometric characteristics. The technology is utilised by manufacturers in semiconductor, MEMS and MOEMS industry as well as research laboratories developing such devices. The system employs a combination of laser line filter and convex reflective mirror in the system. Its innovate physical phase compensation allows for phase curvature in both wavelengths enabling the system to provide dynamic 3D inspection for height or thickness in micron-range with a single image. 

Exhibitor : Ngee Ann Polytechnic

A Sensor Capable of Measuring Displacement to Six Degrees of Freedom (6 DoF)

The technology uses optical interferometry to independently derive linear and angular displacements of a solid body.  The sensor can be designed to occupy a volume less than the size of a golf ball making it versatile for a wide range of applications, getting smaller still with advances in optoelectronics.  This technology is suitable for mounting into load cells ranging from the very light to the heaviest of applications, where great accuracy and possibly very small size is required to measure force loading to six degrees of freedom.

Exhibitor : RMIT University

AME019  |  See-through Projection Screen and Display System

Transparent glass is used commonly in architecture façade as well as in in the windscreen and windows of vehicles. Such transparent glass provides the avenue to implement see-through display for different applications. We offered here a projection display film technology that enables images to be displayed on transparent glass without obscuring the background scene. It provides the flexibility to project images on transparent glass or plastics of various shapes and the film can be produced using roll-to-roll manufacturing, which gave it the advantage over other see-through displays, which faced difficulty to do the same. 

Exhibitor : _ Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI)

HPC006  |  Optical Sensors for Point of Need Diagnostics

The proposed technology consists of optical sensors for point of need diagnostic applications. The technology offered is a range of cost-effective, scalable, and robust optical sensors from nanoparticles to colorimetric dyes suitable for clinical, food, and environmental point of need diagnostics. The optical sensors have been used to develop a wide range of diagnostic platforms such as lateral flow assays, bead assay, paper test strips, and microfluidic detection chips.

Exhibitor : Camtech Diagnostics

HPC032  |  High Quality Silver Quantum Dots

This technology provides high quality quantum dots which are capable of luminescence at wavelengths desired for medical applications. The quantum dots presented herein have dramatically improved quantum yields and comparatively high transfection efficiencies as well, which is again essential for medical applications. These quantum dots also have low toxicity levels which make them favourable candidates for medical applications. This technology offers an effective and cost efficient way of synthesising these quantum dots.

Exhibitor : KOC University

Energy efficient laser lighting for horticulture applications

Horticulture activities rely heavily on two important resources: light and water.  In countries where there is a lack for either of the resources, alternative technologies such as artificial lighting and water sources are used as a supplement. In arid regions such as Saudi Arabia and the Middle East, over 95 percent of water can be lost through evaporation.  To address this issue, the invention provides a new method for growing plants and horticulture products in an enclosed environment to using a laser-based illumination system that is both efficient and cost effective. 

Exhibitor : King Abdullah University of Science and Technology