Technica Establishes New Fiber Bragg Gratings (FBG) Design Center in California, USA

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Technica opens its second US based design and development center, in Bakersfield, California. This new location will be focused on new Excimer and Femtosecond FBG designs, and on the modeling, design, and specifications of new custom phase masks that are often required for our specialized FBG manufacturing processes.

Custom FBG Manufacturing Technologies

The new location focuses on Technica's most special and customized FBG Designs and the unique design Phase Masks required for such advanced components.

Technica is pleased to announce the establishment of its Second Fiber Bragg Gratings (FBG) design center in the US, located in Bakersfield, California, to manage company growth. The new location focuses on Technica's most special and customized FBG Designs and the unique design Phase Masks required for such advanced components.

Technica's experienced engineering capabilities in California will also provide engineering support to our US and worldwide customers.
Demand for specialty Fiber Bragg Grating (FBG) sensors is growing as optical sensing applications continue their proliferation in energy, security, transportation, civil engineering, medical, industrial, and other fields. Immune to electro-magnetic interference (EMI), small, light, multiplexable, and highly reliable, our new generation of FBG sensors, FBG arrays, and FBG cables are becoming an increasingly valuable tool for monitoring and controlling industrial and commercial processes, equipment and infrastructure.

"We are excited to significantly expand the envelope of available technical specifications for our FBG based fiberoptic sensors through our closely coordinated operations in Sweden, Switzerland, Singapore, China, and now on both the East and West Coasts of the US" stated Andrei Csipkes, President and CEO of Technica.

Technica's team can be contacted at http://www.technicasa.com and info(at)technicasa(dot)com
Technica is a leading developer, manufacturer, and global provider of premium quality Fiber Bragg Grating sensors and FBG array sensors in acrylate, polyimide, aluminum, copper, and gold coated fibers. The company also proudly licenses and produces individual OEM custom packaged optical sensors.
Technica is headquartered in Atlanta, USA.

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