Jenoptik presents at the DVN Lidar Conference
The exhibits shown at the DVN lidar conference in Frankfurt/Main on November 20 consist of optics, coatings and semiconductor lasers for use in high-performance lidar systems for the automotive, mobility and automation technology sectors, which Jenoptik already supplies to various industrial and automotive customers.
The Jena-based company has more than 40 years of experience in all the basic technologies required for such complex systems. These include high-precision optical components, micro-optical DOEs and optoelectronic elements made of glass and polymer, laser diodes and laser modules as well as modules for laser distance measurement.
With the broad competence spectrum in lidar technologies Jenoptik has been established itself as a leading tier 2 supplier (development and production of optoelectronic components and modules) for lidar system suppliers in the automotive sector. Jenoptik will further expand this strategic positioning.
On Tuesday, November 20, 2018 at 10:30 a.m. Sebastian Schau, Head of Sensor Technology Development, will present the entire Jenoptik spectrum for lidar applications at the DVN Conference on lidar.
DVN (Driving Vision News), based in Paris, is a provider of global information on all aspects of lighting and assistance systems in the automotive sector and offers its own workshops and market reports in addition to the news. The market for automotive assistance systems and especially for autonomous driving is currently one of the most technologically interesting.
Meet Jenoptik at the DVN event at the Dorint-Hotel Main-Taunus Zentrum in Frankfurt and compare your requirements with our range of services. We look forward to your visit!
Jenoptik is a globally operating technology group, which is active in the three segments Optics & Life Science, Mobility and Defense & Civil Systems. Optical technologies are the very basis of our business with the majority of our products and services being provided to the photonics market. Our key target markets primarily include the semiconductor equipment industry, the medical technology, automotive and mechanical engineering, traffic, aviation as well as the security and defense technology industries. Jenoptik has about 4,00 employees and generated revenue of approx. 748 million euros in 2017.