Adaptive Optics in Consumer Goods

By | September 2, 2020

Consumer Goods Spiraling Demand For Adaptive Optic Components The adaptive optics components are in great demand in the consumer goods sector.  The adaptive optics component are in various consumer products such as camera lenses, head-up displays, and other imaging applications to increase accuracy. For example, short wave infrared (SWIR) cameras enable “seeing” through the haze… Read More »

Cancer Prevalence and Alternative Treatments

By | August 12, 2020

Cancer is a devastating disease affecting hundreds of thousands of lives. The world health organization states, globally, about 1 in 6 deaths is due to cancer. In low and middle-income countries, 70 % of deaths are from cancer. The data also reveals that late-stage presentation and inaccessible diagnosis and treatment are common. Traditional Cancer Treatments… Read More »

Emerging Laser Technology in Medical Surgery

By | July 24, 2020

Laser technology has been in use in medical surgery but new methods continue to emerge. Now laser-based diagnostic devices are proliferating in biomedical imaging and biological research as well. And the credit goes to Ultrafast lasers which made the things possible. Optical Tomography Optical tomography uses ultrashort laser pulses to detect abnormalities within the body. The… Read More »

Impact of COVID-19 on Markets Worldwide an Interview with Mr. Shrikant Athavale

By | July 15, 2020

An interview dedicated to discussing the Global impact of COVID-19 across various industries. COVID-19 has led the global economy into a recession. World’s top economies such as the US, UK, Germany, France and many others are on the verge of collapsing. Hospitality, Tourism, Automobile, Event and various other industries are facing a serious slack. But… Read More »

Internet of Things in Smart Buildings

By | May 25, 2020

What is the Internet of Things? Internet of Things is a network of devices, capable of sending and receiving data. The Internet of things helps to manage a building in a better and sophisticated way. For example, CO2 meter. CO2 meter tells our HVAC system to increase the ventilation rate by estimating the number of… Read More »

Packaged Vegan Food Making Its Way Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

By | April 17, 2020

COVID-19 is believed to have originated in a Chinese “wet market” that sold exotic animals, live birds and sea animals for human consumption. COVID-19 spur will drive consumers towards vegan food because this food contributes to a higher daily intake of certain beneficial nutrients as compared to animal-based protein. A survey result has been released by… Read More »

COVID-19 Outbreak Put Dialysis Patients at High Risk 

By | April 13, 2020

Patients with severe kidney disease, who routinely undergo treatment are worried that receiving dialysis in large facilities with dozens of other people might expose them to the coronavirus disease a pandemic that is sweeping the world’s population. Emergency departments would be flooded with patients seeking dialysis if the COVID-19 disease spreads in treatment centers as… Read More »

Impact of COVID-19 on the Automotive Sector

By | April 7, 2020

Coronavirus is fast spreading its tentacles affecting every aspect of society, including the automotive sector. The World Health Organization has already declared COVID -19 outbreak a pandemic. The sales of the vehicles dropping down dramatically. Unprecedented consumer footfalls in showrooms have fallen drastically. Events such as the 2020 Geneva Motor show which was to open… Read More »

Impact of COVID-19 on International Tourism

By | April 2, 2020

If we consider the ongoing condition, it’s too early to estimate the full impact of the COVID-19 on international tourism. More than 175 countries have already reported cases of COVID- 19. Some have reported a handful of cases while some others have reported tens of thousands. What we don’t know is when will we see… Read More »