In the subsea robot domain, improvements in remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) and autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) drive progress. Here, we delve into the current landscape of submersibles, shedding light on the evolution of ROVs and AUVs, and emphasise the vital purpose of the incorporation of optical components.read more news
While it’s second nature to associate autonomous systems with typical users like automobile manufacturing and electronics, there exist less obvious industries where they’ve found an unpredicted home. Here, we embark on a journey through these unanticipated realms, shedding light on their adoption and revealing a degree of forward-thinking that might just defy your initial expectations.read more news
It has been four months since the unfortunate implosion of OceanGate’s Titan. This incident has shed light on the exceptional sophistication of the innovations employed for deepwater crisis management and highlights the tremendous strides we’ve taken in modern-day engineering. As a prominent provider of optical components for submersibles and their corresponding digital elements, we are delving into the important function tech plays when disaster strikes beneath the waves.read more news
Expanding on the foundational principles of the fourth industrial revolution, Industry 5.0 places a huge emphasis on fostering a flawless connection between machinery and humans. It harnesses the innate creative spirit of human beings and combines it with the remarkable proficiency of modern technologies, seamlessly fusing the best of both realms.read more news
“Science is a collaborative effort.” As American Physicist and Electrical Engineer John Bardeen famously stated. “The combined results of several people working together are often much more effective than that of an individual scientist working alone.” The ideology holds true throughout all STEM-related professions, especially in the aerospace bracket. In this blog, we delve into the joint ventures within this domain, covering bilateral alliances, and explore how they contribute to further achievements.read more news
Knight Optical: Bringing Quality Into Focus
Quality is the one thing you can be sure of with Knight Optical. We use quality management systems and are ISO9001:2015 and ISO14001:2015 accredited.
Our workforce use these quality management systems along with being trained in drawing quality standards, including but not limited to ISO10110, BS4301 and MIL-SPEC.
Knight Optical has been operating for over 30 years, with our managing director Colin Overton at the helm. Over this time, we have become a global leader in the production and distribution of scientific optical components and bringing quality into focus for all of our products and services that we provide.
Our 2022/2023 Catalogue
Inside Knight Optical’s catalogue you’ll find details of the industries we serve as well as the many other services we can offer. It also showcases hundreds of our most popular products, supported by useful technical information, to help you choose the right part for your application.
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