Experts of ASTROHN Technology Ltd. at the anniversary exhibition “PHOTONICS. WORLD OF LASERS AND OPTICS-2021”admin
March 30-April 2, 2021, Expocentre held the international exhibition “PHOTONICS. WORLD OF LASERS AND OPTICS-2021”. This exhibition, which has long become the main event in the Russian optical industry, celebrates its 15th anniversary this year. In 2021, the exhibition was located in the Forum pavilion. The exposition area was 2500 sq. meters, 198 exhibitors from 12 countries, 8300+ visitors from 37 countries. This exhibition has become the most attended industry event in Russia.
ASTROHN Technology Ltd. presented at its stand the latest thermal imaging equipment and infrared optics:
ASTROHN Technology Ltd. presented ASTROHN-PTR2020 thermal scanner. The devices can quickly identify visitors with fever in the stream of people. This significantly increases the effectiveness of anti-coronavirus measures taken in the region. The recorder is the only fully domestic device on the Russian market. The thermal imaging module can detect elevated human body temperature in the observation area in less than one second by non-contact, highly accurate method. A feature of this solution is the use of an IR blackbody calibration source, which has a highly stable maintainability of a preset temperature. The overall high accuracy of temperature measurement, which is only ±0.3°C, allows the PTR2020 to be effectively used even with a constant and dense stream of people.
Such high-precision human body temperature monitoring systems are already operating at the entrance of “Graphite” institute and “State Institute of Rare Metals” in Moscow, a number of government agencies, at Magadan airport, as well as at the entrances to all polyclinics in the city of Lytkarino.
The new ASTROHN thermal imaging modules and detectors are specially designed to be included in the list of weapons and military equipment authorized for the creation of samples for the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation.
ASTROHN Technology Ltd. has been actively working on the development of Russian high-tech production and the creation of new models of surveillance equipment and image processing technologies.
About “PHOTONICS. WORLD OF LASERS AND OPTICS-2021”
Exhibition “Photonics. World of Lasers and Optics-2021 “was organized by Expocentre and the Laser Association with the support of the State Committee for Science and Technology of the Republic of Belarus, EPIC (European Photonics Industry Consortium), under the patronage of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation. It traditionally attracts a large number of representatives of various industries of the real sector of the Russian economy. The events of the business program are an effective working platform for those who create and implement photonics technologies and advanced ideas, allowing specialists and users of unique technology to discuss the latest achievements in the field of optical technologies and get acquainted with the latest developments and equipment.
At the opening ceremony of the exhibition, the development of laser-optical technologies was noted as one of the most important areas of innovation for Russia. At the same time, we are one of the few world powers with a full cycle of development and production of lasers, optoelectronic systems and military and civilian complexes – from the production of optical materials to the creation of the state-of-the-art products.
The participants are leading manufacturers of laser and optical products, dealers of the largest companies. More than 150 companies from Austria, Germany, China, the Republic of Belarus, Finland and Japan have placed their stands in the Forum pavilion. Among the exhibitors are foreign companies Scanlab GmbH, Оxapa GmbH, Eksma Optics, Mitutoyo, Buhler AG, Lotis Tii, Holding Belomo, Essentoptiks, as well as domestic companies Laser Center, Ire-Polus, Bulat, ASTROHN Technology Ltd., Lassard, Inzhekt NPP, Optosystems, Special Systems, Leningrad Laser Systems, Shvabe Holding, Laser Components, All-Russian Research Institute of Optical and Physical Measurements, and others.