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SCHOTT Defense Showcases Glass Technologies Aimed to Reduce Size, Weight, Power, and Cost for the U.S. Military
SCHOTT will display a range of glass technologies for defense applications at DSS


SCHOTT Defense Showcases Innovation at AUSA with Armor and Glass Technologies
SCHOTT to feature transparent armor windows, multispectral glass, and other glass advances critical to defense applications at the 2014 AUSA Annual Meeting and Exhibition
SCHOTT Defense will exhibit its range of glass technologies and materials at the Association of the United States Army's (AUSA) Annual Meeting and Exposition in Washington, D.C. from Oct. 13 to 15, 2014 at booth #1309. The products on display will include RESISTAN® transparent armor windows, which are currently protecting the Armed Forces using the MRAP all-terrain vehicle (M-ATV) and also support the protection of next-generation tactical vehicles programs such as the Ground Mobility Vehicle (GMV) and Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV). In addition, SCHOTT will feature multispectral glasses that can help Soldiers maintain situational awareness while reducing the size, weight, and cost of imaging systems as well as other components critical to defense applications. More


SCHOTT to Present Innovations in Infrared Glasses at DSS
SCHOTT will present multispectral applications, IR preforms and molding capabilities, and advances in IR ceramics
SCHOTT Defense and SCHOTT Advanced Optics, North America will exhibit infrared (IR) glass innovations at SPIE Defense, Security, and Sensing (DSS) 2014 in Baltimore. Through presentations at SCHOTT’s booth, product demonstrations and a workshop, SCHOTT will address how advances in IR glass are enabling new advantages in defense applications by reducing the size, weight, and power of military imaging systems. More


SCHOTT Defense Showcases Materials for Optics, Laser, Imaging Applications
SCHOTT will highlight advances in laser and multispectral glasses in a paper presentation, workshop, and product demonstration
SCHOTT Defense will exhibit its innovations in military-application glass and optics technologies at SPIE Defense, Security, and Sensing (DSS) 2014 in Baltimore from May 6-8, 2014 at booth 925. In addition, SCHOTT will present technical papers on new laser and infrared materials for defense products. More


SCHOTT Finalizes Federally Focused Subsidiary
SCHOTT Defense, now operating as a separate focused enterprise, is now fully positioned to serve the U.S. Government customer and to develop high-tech materials and glasses to protect the American warfighter. More


At Photonics West SCHOTT introduces coatings with high laser damage threshold
New coating capability improves quality of active and passive materials for laser applications
The international technology group and specialty glass expert SCHOTT is now offering a wide range of coated materials for laser applications. Thanks to improvements of the coating capabilities at its site in Yverdon-les-Bains, Switzerland, the company is able to offer improved coated active glass devices as well as passive components made from materials such as SCHOTT N-BK7® and FK5 optical glasses, as well as fused silica, filter glass, and ZERODUR® glass-ceramic. Now, a coating is available with a higher laser damage threshold, which is relevant for the development of next-generation laser technology in various fields. SCHOTT is displaying its products at Photonics West (Booth #1601). More

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