Holoptic, LLC has known achievements in the following fields for its government and commercial customers and partners through various projects as well as a number of SBIR and STTR grants.

Holoptic has extensive experience in A/R. From simple applications such as projecting assembly directions onto an aircraft frame to head-up displays and near-to-eye overlays, additional information is added to the scene as viewed to increase individual accuracy and efficiency.
Holoptic and its business partners specialize in hypersonics research that includes wind tunnel model characterization, optical and laser-based sensors, and flow control.
This topic covers a wide variety of devices, including remote sensors, illuminators, and weapons. Holoptic has developed directed-energy spectroscopic probes for measuring atmospheric gases and for locating gas leaks, laser systems for illumination and welding/cutting, trackers to follow directed energy spots, and a software model that accurately and rapidly predicts the effects of beam propagation through the atmosphere.
Machine learning is a type of artificial intelligence that enables computers to make conclusions about new situations based on a combination of statistical algorithms and prior knowledge. This can significantly increase calculation speed and can be designed to keep studying until it reaches a specified level of resolution. We apply machine learning, for example, to improve our beam propagation software.
Nondestructive evaluation (NDE), which includes nondestructive inspection (NDI) and nondestructive testing (NDT), is a method of discovering the existence (or non-existence) of invisible damage without causing additional damage. Holoptic has developed several NDE devices for both military and commercial applications.

From battlefields to taco delivery, unmanned aerial systems (UASs), including unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and airborne drones, are becoming more and more common. They can perform surveillance of potentially contaminated areas without exposing people to risk, and they can deliver items directly to a purchaser even in pedestrian-only areas. Holoptic has developed UAS guidance systems to ensure rapid delivery and safe return and is studying the use of drone swarms to investigate potential chemical spills.

Our optical and photonic devices are developed entirely in-house, from the concept through design, modeling, simulation, and fabrication. With several experienced optical designers, using modeling and simulation software, we can ensure that our concept will perform as expected before beginning production.


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