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Case Studies

The IQONIC solution will be demonstrated in four relevant environment: Laser-diodes manufacturing, Crystal production, Laser systems for industrial application and the manufacturers of RGB miniaturized lasers for augmented reality to achieve

  • increased yields in both low and high volume productions,

  • faster reconfiguration times accommodating more designs,

  • reintroduction of recycled components to reduce the material costs

ALPES

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ALPES laser demonstrator involves the manufacturing of semiconductor lasers through a highly complex and customized production process, involving different optical, physical and chemical parameters that make it challenging to keep track of the production.

Through ICONIQ, ALPES expects to gain a better overview of the production process thanks to a “single window platform”, to improve the overall production yield, the quality of the process, the lead-times and to minimize waste thanks to a monitoring, zero-defect system.

BRIGHTERWAVE

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The Brighterwave demonstrator will be related to the study of a new assembly process of optoelectronic multi-component modules supporting a high-volume production of its laser-based products and maintaining maximum quality and zero-defects to millions of consumers.

Through IQONIC, BRIGHTERWAVE aims to address the increased yield through the quality control of the produced lasers and also speed-up the reconfiguration of the processes to host the high-volume production. Besides, BRIGHERWAVE expects to get benefited through the accurate, flexible and smart handling tool for the assembly processes done in-house.

FILAR

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Filar-Optomaterials (FILAR) demonstrator involves the manufacturing of synthetic crystals (laser, optical and scintillation) in an industrial chain starting from raw material sintering until the supply of the final product to end user.

Through ICONIQ, FILAR expects to benefit by adding value to both on-line and off-line monitoring of the process chains by seeking more accurate feedback to deeper understanding and analysis. The aim will be to reach optimum conditions for crystal seeding, pulling, extraction and to gain to reduce production cycle time and driving the material waste to a minimum.

PRIMA

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The PRIMA demonstrator will be linked to the demonstration of a laser production process for the multi-stage zero defect manufacturing of laser sources with increased quality.

Through IQONIC, Prima Electro aims to reduce production time and scrap rate of the diode, to eliminate defects during the production process, to monitor quality and production stages, to automate production for extra customization.