(Pic: Last Edition – LASER World of PHOTONICS INDIA 2013.)
LASER World of PHOTONICS INDIA (LWPI) which will be held from 23-25 September 2014 in Bangalore, is coming up with a series of road shows in several key industrial and academic cities of India. The road shows would showcase the use of lasers and photonics across different application industries. The first road show on “Importance of Lasers in Metal Forming Industry” and “Modern advance research in Science using Lasers” is going to take place on 23 June 2014 in Mumbai. It will be addressed by Dr. Lalit Kumar, Managing Director, Laser Science. Some of India‘s renowned scientific and industrial experts will actively be involved with LWPI.
Today, lasers and photonics impact almost every aspect of our life. Lasers are employed across the manufacturing industry as tools capable of delivering intense cutting or welding power with high precision. Their ability to manipulate and transform materials makes them ideal for the metal forming, automobile and computer industries, to name a few. In fact, it is difficult to find a modern consumer product that has not seen a laser during its manufacturing.
“The LASER World of PHOTONICS INDIA is coming up with its 3rd edition this year. The exposition is an important gateway for the growth and use of lasers and photonics in India. Lasers provide highly controlled, intense, localized heat sources, which can be used to add, subtract and transform materials. The roadshow to be held in Mumbai will highlight various applications of lasers in modern manufacturing and material processing arenas and advance laser research in Science” said Dr.Lalit Kumar, Managing Director, Laser Science.
On 27th June 2014, the second roadshow focusing on the “Use of Laser Technology in Jewellery and Textile Industry” in Surat will be addressed by Dr.Arvind Patel, Managing Director, Sahajanand Laser Technology. By attending the roadshows, attendees can network with the industry leaders and industry associates and learn about the latest applications of lasers in their industry.
The strengths of lasers include reduced manufacturing downtime, increased efficiency and accuracy and hence increased productivity. This is one of the major reasons that despite uncertainty in the economic scenario, companies look to invest in their research and development. Thus, once the economy flourishes, the companies can line up their products and innovations.