Implementions Of New Technologies
(selected only)

Total number of patents: 34 Out of them, 18 have been commercialized.

 

  1. Optical hollow optical fiber for IR radiation transmission – By Laser Industries and others

  2. Long range scanning beam (for applications like barcode scanners) – By Symbol (today Motorola)

  3. Unconventional optics based on diffractive optics (for beam shaping) – By Holo Or

  4. Opto-electronic physical cores for signal processing – By Lenslet

  5. All optical switching technology for >10G optical communication systems – By Civcom: Comments about Civcom: The scientific results of granted project #5 (in section H-GRANTS) yielded few patents. These patents were span out using a format of a startup spin-off. I was the CEO of Civcom 5 years and led the company to be a significant player in the 10G and 40G optical communication equipment. When selling the company I managed 50 employees.   

  6. All optical low cost dispersion compensation for long range optical communication links – By Civcom

  7. Miniature fix focus cameras with extended depth of field – By Digital Optics (Tessera) Comments about Digital Optics (Tessera): The scientific results of granted project #8 (in section H-GRANTS) transferred to Civcom as well and later to Eyesquad which was a startup that I founded and served as its CEO. Eyesquad were acquired by Tessera on 2006 and I became the head of Optics and Imaging Division that included 100s of employees in 6 multinational cites.

  8. Hyperspectral imaging device – By Unispectral Comments about Unispectral: The scientific results of granted projects #19 and #20 (in section H-GRANTS) led to a partnership with Momentum Fund. Few patents were span out to Unispectral which is active today in the field of hyperspectral imaging.

  9. Single aperture 3-D mapping – By Multiview Comments about Multiview: The scientific results of granted project #21 (in section H-GRANTS) led to a  partnership with Momentum Fund. Few patents were span out to Multiview which is active today in the field of hyperspectral imaging.

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