Time-resolved imaging to aid researchBeePhotonF222023-01-31T19:40:38+00:00
Capturing photon data to aid research
Many Photon Force customers are looking to accelerate their single-photon imaging research applications – perhaps by speeding up existing time-resolved imaging applications to get the job done faster in today’s competitive research environment, or enabling entirely new imaging modalities that were simply not possible with prior single channel detector and timing systems.
There are several key features that distinguish Photon Force technologies from other Time-Correlated Single-Photon Counting (TCSPC) solutions.
The Photon Force PF32 camera range is unique in including a 32×32 array of fully independent sensing and timing pixels rather than relying on a single channel.
Data is processed via the firmware supplied with each camera, and if you need faster data output than current USB connections allow, we can provide firmware customisation that manages data processing within the camera, enabling a hardware acceleration of your algorithm.
What types of research can Photon Force help with?
Our single photon sensors and detectors are employed in a wide-ranging number of applications, projects and developments including:
Photonics R&D: underwater imaging and imaging dynamics of turbid media
Component Research: entangled sources, satellite receivers and array detectors
The development of nuclear medicine and instrumentation, such as Positron Emission Tomography
The development of next-generation neuro imaging and sensor development, brain computer interfaces and non-invasive diagnostic techniques such as functional near infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) and diffuse correlation spectroscopy (DCS)
Medical Technology Research, such as next-generation systems for continuous bio-marker monitoring of fluids as health indicators
Accellerate your research
Can Photon Force assist with your research project?
If you require single photon sensors, SPAD arrays or 1D array sensors to detect and count photons, we’d love to talk to you