Countless industries and applications have used light to sense, measure, survey, and communicate within our engineered systems and the natural world. Light sources, lasers, and many light detection technologies have evolved quickly to meet the needs of the wide array of applications. Often switching, redirecting, and guiding light beams are required in optical systems. This guiding and switching functionality can be achieved with Optical MEMS components that are tailored to the specific application.

Teledyne MEMS will continue their Webinar series with our focus on Optical MEMS technology and platforms. Guiding Light: Optical MEMS in Action will detail common MEMS process flows for a variety of existing and emerging Optical applications, such as fiber optic communications LIDAR for autonomous driving and Biomedical applications.