The focus topics of the exhibition
The LASER World of PHOTONICS focus-topic concept is based on three strong pillars: Besides separate exhibition sectors, each topic is also the focus of events in the application-oriented supporting program as well as the World of Photonics Congress. For you, that means bundled know-how in theory and practice.
Industrial image processing and photonics are two of the most important key technologies because they make optimized processes, improved quality assurance and efficient production monitoring possible. Potential applications for imaging in industrial and non-industrial sectors such as the automotive, measuring and testing technology, optics, medical engineering, photonics and electronics industries interest 6,380 visitors, 61% of whom come from abroad.
Lasers and laser systems in production engineering
Topics in the manufacturing sector are diverse: They cover everything from laser systems for micro- and macro-material processing to robotics, system periphery, measuring and testing systems as well as radiation protection and additive manufacturing. As the largest trade fair for this application sector, LASER World of PHOTONICS brings together more than 300 exhibitors who present products for various branches of industry and materials. They are the focus of nearly 12,000 visitors, 56% of whom come from abroad.
Biophotonics & Medical engineering
Biophotonics has been indispensible in medicine and biology for quite some time. As a driving force behind innovations and ongoing future development, it contributes significantly to companies’ ability to tap new markets. Its applications, methods and techniques interest nearly 6,000 visitors who want to gather information about products and solutions for spectroscopy, microscopy, imaging and therapy and manipulation techniques and gain important impetus for an interdisciplinary exchange and future investment decisions.
Sensors, test and measurement/Optical measurement systems
As a key technology and driving force behind Industry 4.0, the Sensors, Test and Measurement/Optical Measuring Systems sector has a great deal of signifi cance. Laser-based measuring and testing systems and optical sensors are indispensible, especially in the manufacturing industry, medical technology and science. Thanks to their precision and fl exibility, they contribute considerably to quality and cost-effectiveness in manufacturing and form the basis for networked and individualized production.