Raydiance, Inc.

1450 N. McDowel Blvd
Petaluma, CA 94954
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SBIR Award Summary

Total Number of Awards 12
Total Value of Awards $3.81MM
First Award Date 01/01/09
Most Recent Award Date 01/02/14

Key Personnel

Last Name Name Awards Contact
Booth Tim Booth 4 Message
Beyer Bill Beyer 2 Message
Beyer William Beyer 1 Message
Mielke Michael Mielke 3 Message
Mielke Mike Mielke 5 Message
Beyer Bil Beyer 0 Message

12 Awards Won

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Navy
Topic: N112-130
Budget: 01/02/14 - 01/02/15

Ultrashort pulse lasers have unique interactions with matter that include the ability to athermally ablate materials, create micron resolution texturing of surfaces, and provide diagnostic, sensing, and imaging capabilities. Of particular interest to the Navy is the potential use of ultrafast lasers for aircraft self-defense applications. One ke...

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Navy
Topic: N103-211
Budget: 11/05/12 - 04/30/14

Ultrafast lasers have unique interactions with matter that include the ability to athermally ablate materials, create micron-resolution texturing of surfaces, and provide diagnostic, sensing, and imaging capabilities. Of particular interest to the Navy is the potential use of ultrafast lasers for aircraft self-defense applications. However, the ...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Navy
Topic: N112-130
Budget: 11/15/11 - 05/15/12

Multiple military and civilian applications of ultrafast laser technology become viable at a pulse energy level of 1 millijoule (mJ). While such levels have been demonstrated in femtosecond solid state amplifier systems, such as titanium-sapphire and ytterbium thin disk architectures, these systems rely on multi- element free space optical assem...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Navy
Topic: N103-211
Budget: 01/11/11 - 07/11/11

Ultrashort pulse (USP) lasers have unique interactions with matter, interactions that include the ability to athermally ablate materials, create micron-resolution texturing of surfaces, and provide diagnostic, sensing, and imaging capabilities. Of particular interest to the Navy is the potential use of USP lasers for aircraft self-defense applic...

Phase 2 STTR

Institution: University of Central Florida

Agency: Navy
Topic: N09-T013
Budget: 12/10/10 - 06/10/12
PI: Tim Booth

Phase Tailoring represents a unique and novel approach to significantly driving up pulse energies in all-fiber ultrafast laser systems. One of the challenges of working in the ultrafast regime is that the amplification and compression part of the chirped pulse amplification scheme can cause a variety of effects that will damage pulse quality and...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Army
Topic: A10-119
Budget: 12/01/10 - 06/30/11

Fiber-based ultrafast lasers, with their ability to athermally ablate organic and inorganic materials, offer the potential for deploying a surgical tool with micron resolution that does not impart collateral damage to areas adjoining a target. Further, ultrafast technology can be used to perform laser induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) of mat...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Navy
Topic: N103-201
Budget: 11/15/10 - 05/15/11

By virtue of their extremely short pulses, typically less than a picosecond, ultrashort pulse (USP) lasers have unique interactions with matter, interactions that include the ability to ablate materials without introducing heat to the target, surface texturing and diagnostic, sensing, and imaging capabilities. In military environments, ultrashor...

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Navy
Topic: N08-050
Budget: 10/14/10 - 10/14/12
PI: Tim Booth

Ultra Short Pulse (USP) laser technology offers compelling capabilities for the defense, medical and material processing industries. The development of this technology into commercial devices has been limited mostly by the size, cost and pulse energies provided by current USP laser systems. Fiber-based USP lasers have dramatically decreased the ...

Phase 2 STTR

Institution: University of Central Florida

Agency: Navy
Topic: N07-T009
Budget: 09/16/10 - 09/16/12
PI: Tim Booth

Ultrafast laser technology offers compelling capabilities for national defense, state-of-the-art health care, and the materials processing industry. The development of this technology into commercial form factor hardware has been limited mostly by the size, cost, complexity, and/or pulse energy limitations of current ultrafast laser systems. Opt...

Phase 1 STTR

Institution: University of Arizona

Agency: Navy
Topic: N10A-T012
Budget: 06/28/10 - 07/31/11
PI: Tim Booth

Compelling applications of infrared ultrafast lasers ranging from ship self defense and aircraft self defense, to medical and micromachining applications have defined a critical performance point at about one millijoule per pulse from a reliable and robust portable laser system with high average power. Increasing amplifier efficiency is a critic...

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