Laser technologies are used in a lot of industries. From high precision manufacturing to the communication sector. Most technologies still operate on the standard Gaussian beam. It has been reliable but has limitations for some applications.


Transforming any laser source into an Aircision designed laser beam, we have developed a new type of solution that can reinvent the use of laser technology in optical metrology, laser processing and communication.

Free Space Optics
The amount of data transferred in 2024 will be 10x as big as it was in 2018. For that the infrastructure has to be expanded. To move from 3G/4G to 5G we need more cell towers. To connect the towers we either use fiber Optics or microwave. Optical fibre installation is expensive and microwave requires licenses.
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Laser Processing
Gaussian beams are able to adequately mark objects that have flat surfaces. Curved or uneven surfaces provide difficulties as the depth of focus of the beam is insufficient. That’s why the laser head is moved in three dimensions to mark the surface accurately, resulting in a more difficult and time consuming processes.
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Optical Metrology
A laser interferometer measures displacement of an object. Current systems with Gaussian beams can only measure displacement over one axis. To measure 6 degrees of freedom (DoF) multiple interferometers are needed, resulting in a complex system. Our Laser can measure displacement over three axis using one system.
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Our Work


The world’s first Free-Space Optics 5G test.

We are planning to test our modification to the existing free-space optics (FSO) technology, with the goal to achieve the roll-out of 5G. We are aiming to upgrade the laser beam technology for next-generation telecommunications. Together with our partners HightechXL and HighTechCampus we are closer to testing our product. FSO works by using lasers to send and receive data similar to using fiber-optic cables through air.