Imaging and Sensing

Fraunhofer IOF develops innovative optical measurement methods and systems according to customer-specific requirements. This includes optical 3D measurement systems with high metrological accuracy for a wide range of applications. Measurement volumes from a few cubic centimeters
to several cubic meters can be acquired with measurement frequencies of up to 55,000 3D data sets per second.

Furthermore, miniaturized micro-optical imaging systems based on single- and multi-aperture systems are developed and realized. The production can be performed on a wafer-scale and can be implemented directly on an industrial level.

Fraunhofer IOF also holds a wide variety of optical and non-optical measuring systems. Examples are interferometers using CGHs (Computer Generated Holograms) as well as a computer tomograph with a resolution down to the micrometer range.

 

3D-measurement

The Fraunhofer IOF designs and realizes optical 3D measuring systems for various applications on the basis of...
 

Optics characterization

Metrology is of vital importance for system development and analysis. The Fraunhofer IOF consequently characterizes new components and checks...
 

Metrological computer tomography

Computer tomography enables the non-destructive detection and recording of the internal and external geometry of an object. Using virtual sections...
 

Terahertz-measurement methods

Time of flight measurements of ultrashort THz pulses in combination with broadband spectroscopy enable numerous applications in the field...