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Applications and solutions

Learn how SIOS measurement systems are used.

In research and development as well as in numerous industrial fields, our high-precision measuring systems are indispensable today. Our measurement technology is used, for example, in calibration, mechanical engineering, the optics and semiconductor industry, medical technology, nanometrology and geoscience. However, as diverse as the fields of application are, as different are their requirements and as different are the suitable solutions.

On these pages you will find:

  • Examples of applications and fields of use for our measurement technology and measurement systems,
  • information on solutions for a wide variety of measurement tasks,
  • scientific articles from technical journals,
  • interesting publications from the press.

Dynamic alignment and calibration of linear axes

High-precision simultaneous acquisition of linear position, pitch and yaw angle as well as a straightness component in one measurement run.

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Measuring in the electron storage ring

Use of the triple-beam laser interferometer for high-precision alignment of the magnetic coils (undulators).

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Laser interferometer for length measurements

Laser interferometric measurement systems for length measurements from nanometer up to 80 meters

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Fast air temperature sensors

Improved air temperature sensor characteristics for more precision in measuring rooms.

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Differential laser interferometer for geosciences

Differential laser interferometer of the SP-DI series forms the heart of the Strainmeter for the determination of deformations and vibrations of the earth's crust.

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Laser interferometric vibrometer

Basics, concept, software and applications of vibrometers for precise, non-contact and flexible vibration measurement.

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Characterization of microstructures

Traditional measuring systems reach their limits when they have to characterize microstructures. One solution is to use a laser vibrometer together with a technical microscope and the nanopositioning and nanomeasuring machine.

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