Optical Design

The integration of photonics into products is a major strength of Wideblue. We have the ability to combine optics with associated mechanisms, electronics, software, and image processing to create innovative systems. Our teams of physicists and optical design engineers manage various scientific aspects of projects, from simple illumination to complex imaging systems, data analysis and measurement, fluid/air systems, microfluidics, and problem-solving for a range of fields.

Our expertise includes:

  • Optical modelling using Zemax
  • Illumination/ sources
  • Optical paths
  • Satellite and ground systems
  • Imaging systems
  • Single photon systems
  • Microfluidic control systems
  • Quantum communications, etc.
  • Low light detection systems
  • DNA combining
  • Optical implementation and measurement
  • Petrochemical measurement and analysis
  • Biological measurement and analysis

Our Customer Feedback

"Wideblue’s deep expertise in optoelectronics, working under ISO 13485 quality system, and the link to Pivot’s supply chain manufacturing have been pivotal in bringing our revolutionary N-Tidal and AI diagnostic technology system to the market.”

— Dr. Julian Carter, Director of Engineering at TidalSense

“I was impressed with the performance and reliability of the prototype in demanding trial conditions, especially as the two halves of the team were never able to meet up in person during the entire development and build process.”

— Dr. Michael Harris, ZX Lidar

“Wideblue demonstrates strong technical skills, incl. mechanics, electronics & optics, an open communication style, a large flexibility, a low overhead and a can-do mentality.”

— Tom Claes, Antelope DV

“Reviews, held weekly, ensured good communication and clarity about options and progress. The quality and presentation of these by Wideblue was very good.”

— Tim Lukins, Machines with Vision

“The contribution made to the LUSS project was outstanding. The work was completed on time, to budget and to an exceptionally high standard.”

— Steve Whitby, Compound Semi-conductor Catapult

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