Laser cooling and trapping of atoms is a key enabling technology for numerous Quantum Technology applications.

Cold atoms can be used as exquisitely sensitive probes of magnetic and gravitational fields, as accelerometers in inertial navigation applications, and as the core of ever more sensitive atomic and optical-clocks. The Ti:Sapphire laser has long been the workhorse of laboratory demonstrations of the physics of these applications, but as Quantum Technologies leave the laboratory and enter real-world environments the traditional Ti:Sapphire laser’s unfavorable size, weight, power and cost are limiting factors.

Aktyvus is developing a miniaturized diode-pumped Ti:Sapphire laser optimized for integration into the Quantum Technology applications of tomorrow with minimized SWAP-C and high reliability suitable for the world outside the lab.

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