Prime Photonics – Technologies for Extreme Applications

Fiber OpticsFiber Optic Sensors

We have extensive experience with a wide array of fiber optic sensor technologies with an emphasis on high temperature applications. Current Research & Development activities include Ultra-High Temperature (UHT) FOCIS™ turbine sensors, High-Temperature Strain Gages and UHT Sapphire MFPS™ sensors. Learn more…

Energy HarvestingEnergy Harvesting

Energy harvesting technologies hold the promise of enabling truly maintenance free electronic components and systems.  Prime is developing energy harvesting technologies that can be applied to a wide range of energy harvesting and thermal management applications.  Learn more…

MetamaterialAdvanced Materials & Devices

We are developing exciting new magnetic materials and manufacturing techniques that are showing promise to yield exciting new possibilities in the area of magnetic field sensing, energy harvesting and electromagnetic systems. Learn more…

Wireless SensorsGas Turbine Health Monitoring

Real-time Foreign Object Damage (FOD) detection, vibratory analysis and High Cycle Fatigue (HCF) detection can significantly lower operating costs, improve safety and increase operational readiness of gas turbine engines and land-based turbines.  Learn more…

Prime Photonics to exhibit at P-SAR 2015

March 27, 2015 – Blacksburg, VA – Prime Photonics will be attending and exhibiting at the Propulsion – Safety and Affordable Readiness Conference held March 30 – April 2 in Baltimore, Maryland. The P-SAR Conference highlights recent advanced turbine engine technologies that will have significant impacts on reducing engine related Class A mishaps, reducing maintenance costs and increasing average time on wing. In the technical conference, Dr. Dan Kominsky, VP of R&D, will be presenting recent test results from the Prime Phonics foreign object damage (FOD) detection and blade health monitoring program.

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