Webinar

Laser Tech Talks / Photonics West 2021

Expert talks by Klein Johnson and Kevin Kruse

March 8th + 9th, 2021 Watch the sessions on demand

Session 1: Simplifying Time of Flight applications - the evaluation modules by OSRAM and VIXAR
In this session, we will discuss the evaluation modules currently available for both direct TOF (dTOF) and indirect (iTOF) applications.

Session 2: The VIXAR Technology Tool Box – leading into the next generation of 3D Sensing applications
In this session, we will present its current technological advances in VCSEL design and performance for next generation 3D sensing applications, including its work on multi-junction performance, flip-chip functionality, and segmented die solutions. 

Automotive Interior Lighting

Webinar by Hermann Senninger

December 10th, 2020 Watch the webinar on demand

  • To learn more about modern interior lighting in automotive applications
  • To get an overview of the LED portfolio
  • To deep dive into our latest and upcoming products like TOPLED® E1608, OSIRE® and OSTUNE®

Light Sources for Industrial Time-of-Flight LiDAR Applications

Webinar by Eric Kürzel, Joe Gasiewicz and Tom Brandes

September 16th, 2020 Watch webinar on demand

In this webinar, we discuss Time of Flight (ToF) and LiDAR technologies, key parameters, solutions and how to drive VCSELs and LASERs.

VCSEL, IRED and EEL infrared solutions at a glance

Webinar by Clemens Hofmann, Dominic Bergmann and Matthias Hönig

September 16th, 2020 Watch webinar on demand

For applications such a 3D sensing, Biometric Identification, Automotive Sensing or also LiDAR one commonly uses LEDs, edge emitting lasers or VCSELs in the near infrared spectrum (NIR). In this webinar we want to show the pros and cons of these different light sources and touch upon their use in the mentioned applications.

Security and Surveillance Applications -CCTV

Webinar by Monica Xiong

March 2020 Download the slides

Camera based surveillance and security applications benefit from adding infrared light. Camera sensors register this radiation which is hardly noticeable to the human eye, producing high-quality images even in the dark.