Our team will be at the American Academy of Ophthalmology Annual Meeting, November 11-14, New Orleans. Meet us at booth 4415 to learn more about our latest offers and achievements!
INO offers integrated, high-end services for personalized ophthalmic device development: R&D, prototyping, short-run production, technology transfers.
Integrated expertise for system development:
• Optical and optomechanical design
• Systems integration
• Electronics engineering
• Optical MEMS and packaging services
• Optical fiber design, fabrication and integration
• Software and image processing
• Surgical visualization
• Wavefront sensing
Our expertise was used to develop, in partnership with eSight Corp., a headset that improves visual acuity for those with vision loss. With INO’s near-to-eye lens, this headset helped a legally blind mother see her newborn for the first time.
Taking advantage of our state of the art free-form optics design capability, INO can design custom optical components for your ophthalmic devices.
INO and its partner developed a system to monitor eye movement and detect drowsiness by leveraging our extensive image processing and video analytics toolbox. This low-cost pupil tracking system uses an infrared camera and custom video analysis software to detect and track the pupil, iris and reference points.
Real-time video object detection and tracking is a difficult task, especially in a natural environment. INO has developed broad and diverse expertise in intelligent video analytics, from the selection of suitable sensors to accurate target tracking and positioning. This expertise can be customized to your needs.
Our capabilities are highlighted in INO’s development of ultra-fast FLIM-FRET hyperspectral confocal microscope to study complex live cell protein-protein interactions and biochemical phenomena. This microscope provides evermore rapid imaging of live cells and biomolecular interactions for high performance life sciences applications.
INO’s wide breadth of expertise in optical technologies provides opportunities for novel microscopy systems. Time-resolved fluorescence, hyperspectral imaging, advanced fiber optics, and real-time 3D imaging represent just a few of INO’s strengths that can be applied to the development of your new system.
INO is developing a photoacoustic feedback system that can serve to monitor the absorbed dose in treatments such as selective retinal therapy (SRT) and subthreshold micropulse diode laser therapy (SDM) treatments. Our method takes advantage of the flexible pulse shaping of our fiber lasers to provide a more consistent and repeatable treatment regime.
With INO’s programmable custom fiber lasers, energy deposition rate can be precisely tuned to optimize the surgical laser treatment outcomes and dosimetry that is critical for you.
INO is proficient in every aspect of optical engineering, from optical design to optomechanical engineering, optical assembly and alignment, optical characterization and metrology. Our environmental testing service includes temperature, humidity, vibration, shock and vacuum tests.