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OPTIS presents its calendar for 2017 events
The speed of light is not infinite. Its determination was calculated more than three centuries ago by the Danish astronomer Ole Christensen Rømer, and celebrates today its 340th anniversary.
In science fiction the detection of diseases is very easy. We all have seen Dr. med. Leonard Horatio McCoy in Star Trek using a medical scanner showing all detailed information about the healthiness of his patient. On the side the image of this Tricoder, but unluckily enough it is just science fiction today.
COMPANIES operating out of Sci-Tech Daresbury grew sales by 25% in 2015, delivering more than £90m in sales and creating 87 new jobs at the site.
The world famous Farnborough International Airshow opens its doors to the public on Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th July 2016 offering a whole host of family entertainment both in the air and on the ground.
Bentley, Audi, Porsche, BMW: these top names in the automotive business were highlighting ground-breaking car models at the International Geneva Motor Show. Here is our round up of the latest auto trends we’ve found inspiring, and that OPTIS helped famous manufacturers develop. With our technology, these trends are on the road today, and there’ll be plenty for them to see here and elsewhere after they’ve inspired all industries.
Today’s manufacturing processes are much more complex, it is possible to produce with today tooling machines any free form shape in plastic lenses.
On the other hand, we are not allowed to glare oncoming traffic, so that the visibility is reduced most of the time to low beam instead of high beam.