The T@CST forum is focused on the successful commercialization of photonics technologies.
The T@CST forum is focused on the successful commercialization of new, photonics and III V compound semiconductor technologies. We seek to identify the critical enabling factors necessary to take these technologies from research projects into mainstream applications.
T@CST attendees are industry experts, including Academics, Engineers, Industrialists, Politicians, Funding Organizations and the Press. Their collective expertise helps to correctly pin point the most critical, enabling factors to photonics commercialisation and expedite the process.
The T@CST forum also seeks to coordinate knowledge, opinion, legislation, funding recommendation and influence for government and industry. All forum participants recognize the contribution key, enabling, photonics technologies can make to Scottish and UK GDPs in this large, rapidly growing, enabling industry.
SUMMARY: ‘VCSEL arrays, LiDar and LiFi technology’ forum, 16th May 2019.
Pipeline of talent from grass roots, apprenticeships and universities.
Develop a technology ecosystem to prove maturity, and also:
Establish links between producers and end-users.
Identify easy wins in niche markets.
Establish manufacturing standards and approvals.
Ensure access to investment.
Develop a robust supply chain.
Lobbying to gain socio/economic awareness.
Jim Haynes, Rockley Photonics.Discussion forum at the UWS facility in Blantyre.Dr Ole Kock, Teledyne e2v.Dr Alastair McInroy, Technology ScotlandClick HereDr Iain Eddie, CST GlobalClick HereChris …
During the T@CST ‘Commercializing Quantum Technology’ event in November 2018, CST Global launched the TechnologyatCST.org website, complete with a discussion forum. There are six discussion …
The T@CST forum was launched to establish the key enablers for the successful commercialization of photonics and III V compound semiconductor technologies. The T@CST forum …
Current forum discussions.
Upcoming T@CST forums.
The next T@CST forums are planned for the following dates and will cover the technology areas shown.
November 21st 2019
High-Power IR Technology.