Gooch & Housego Set to Demo Mantis at SID's Automotive Lighting Conference

Top Quote The leader in the world of photonics is excited to show off Mantis, an exceptional high-speed imaging colorimeter/ photometer. End Quote
  • Orlando, FL (1888PressRelease) July 22, 2016 - Gooch and Housego's Light Measurement & Instrumentation division is proud to be a part of the Society for Information Display (SID) and its 23rd Annual Symposium and Expo in Livonia, Michigan on September 27th and 28th. A planned demo of the Mantis system, an ultra high-speed measuring device for illumination chromaticity and color temperature, is in the works.

    "We look forward to a great turnout at this year's symposium," said Alex Fong, Vice President of Life Sciences from Gooch & Housego. "Our long-time partnership with the Society for Information Display and display community is a keystone for our company."

    Gooch and Housego is a leader in the intricate world of lighting instrumentation and measurement. With products ranging in application from military, civilian, scientific, and educational, Gooch & Housego's products are intricate, of the highest quality, and often unique to the market. Winner of the 2016 Queen's Award for Enterprise in the Field of Innovation, the company has become internationally recognized as a leader in cutting-edge optical hardware and software.

    Mantis is one G&H's newest and most innovative products: the colorimeter/photometer produces unparalleled ultra-fast spatial uniformity, color and luminance measurements for use in everything from automotive to avionic and other displays. Weighing less than two pounds, rugged compact, it is perfect for quality laboratory and production line applications.

    "It's going to be a marvelous product exhibition," Mr. Fong added.

    Don't miss it at the Gooch and Housego demonstration area in Livonia on September 27th and 28th.

    About Gooch & Housego, Life Sciences and Instrumentation Division
    In 1970, Optronic Laboratories was established as an optical radiation instrumentation, standards, and calibration laboratory. Forming the nucleus of the company were two former NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) physicists, who individually made significant contributions to the fields of spectroradiometry and electro-optical technology. The company was established to eliminate a void that existed in the area of optical radiation standards, calibration services, and measurement instrumentation for industry, government/military, and academia. In 1995, the company was acquired by Gooch & Housego but continued to do business under the Optronic Laboratories name. As of January 2010, the company was merged with Chromodynamics to form the Life Sciences & Instrumentation division of Gooch & Housego. The 25,000 sq ft facility in Orlando, FL helps to broaden the well-known and trusted brand's offerings and leverage Gooch & Housego's extensive worldwide engineering, operations, sales, distribution, and support channels to enhance our response to our clients' specific needs.

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