Incom will be exhibiting at the SPIE Photonics West showcase next week February 5-7, in San Francisco, California. We will be displaying four of our newest technologies:
- DARC Glass (Dynamic Angle Regulating Glass) – Display emission management
- Nanoguide™ - Ultra-high resolution imaging
- LAPPD™ (Large area picosecond photodetector) - Experimental scientific discovery
- Infinity Tiles - Borderless displays
Come by our booth to see how Incom is ENABLING THE VISION OF TOMORROW. Setup a meeting with our technical staff today, by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Booth #4629 North Hall.
We are proud to support our partners at Medical Scientific with the introduction of the world’s first portable wireless detector. The SOLO™ DMR wireless portable mammography detector is on display at their RSNA booth #4178 in the South Hall.
Stop by our booth to see our display of Medical Scientific’s SOLO™ DM, a 24x30cm Digital Flat Panel Mammography Detector. Booth #3942 South Hall.
Incom is proud to be providing fiber optic faceplates to our partners at Varex Imaging Corporation, for their CMOS based X-ray detectors. Stop by their booth at RSNA to check out their new “Solutions in Sight” brand, while showcasing their latest digital detectors. Booth #4129 and #3929 in the South Hall.
We are also displaying Varex Imaging’s 1512 CMOS detector in our booth #3942 in the South Hall.
Incom has provided key technology advancements in fiber optic faceplates providing a near instant, high-resolution image while greatly reducing sensor exposure to harmful X-rays.
Incom can be found at this year’s Radiology Society of North America trade show next week, November 25th – 30th, in Chicago, IL. Come visit us in booth 3942 in the South Building!
Contact us at email@example.com to set up a meeting to discuss how we can support your needs!
This past Thursday, Michael J. Minot gave his presentation titled Incom’s Large Area Picosecond Photodetector (LAPPD) Performance Test Results at the 2018 IEEE NSS-MIC meeting, to an audience of over 150 people. Incom is proud to have Dr. Minot representing us around the world.
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Incom is looking forward to having Dr. Michael J. Minot represent us at the 2018 IEEE NSS-MIC meeting this Thursday in Sydney, Australia. He will be accompanied by co-authors Mayly C. Sanchez and Matthew J. Wetstein of Iowa State University Ames, IA USA. They will be giving a presentation titled Incom’s Large Area Picosecond Photodetector (LAPPD) Performance Test Results.
Conference link here:
Incom is proud to have Dr. Michael J. Minot represent us at the 14th Meeting on Advanced Detectors this week in Pisa, Italy. He gave a presentation on Incom’s Large Area Picosecond Photodetector (LAPPD) to a group of over 400 scientists involved with detectors for a wide range of particle physics applications. Conference link here:
DARC Glass (Dynamic Angle Regulating Glass) provides a highly customizable method to control visibility, privacy, and reflections of LCD displays.
To see a demonstration, visit us at Booth #1404 at SID this week. Otherwise, you can read the spec sheet here: https://lnkd.in/emPk93q
Incom will be exhibiting at SID Display Week May 22-24 in LA. Learn about the unique ways in which we benefit a wide range of display applications including: augmented/virtual reality, holographics, automotive, electronic signage, wearables, biometrics, and more.
Direct Contact Fiber Optic Plates for the Detection of Luminescent Cells
by Drs. David W. Stowe and Michael J. Minot, explains the advantages of fiber optics when used for detection and readout of the optical signals from microarrays. Fiber optic plates use fused optical fibers to transfer images coherently from the microarray to the sensor, which significantly enhances system performance in certain direct contact imaging applications.
This paper also reviews applications of microarrays, discusses performance criteria and limitations of fiber optic plates used for direct contact detection, and calculates the signal-to-noise advantage. The paper also gives suggestions for advances in components and instrumentation.
High Density Low Cost Microfluidic Addressable Microwell Biochips
by Dr. Michael J. Minot and Christopher A. Craven of Incom and Dr. George Cernigliaro of MicroChem Corp, is an illustration that shows the process by which Incom and MicroChem have worked together to produce a next generation product that incorporates patterned microwells formed from a photopatterned epoxy layer adhered to the glass fiber optic substrate.
X-Ray Attenuation Modeling
Incom’s research efforts have provided us with an understanding of the relationships between X-Ray photon energy, glass formualtions, and core/cladding fractional area on X-Ray attenuation. Beyond what is found in this paper Incom has multiple materials that have been optimized to attenuate 99.9% of X-Rays and the thinnest fiber optic plates manufacturable.