By Olga Borovkova
“This is a new direction for modern laser physics, as these are absolutely new lasers in size, mass and energy saving capacity,” explains the Institute’s Director, Vladimir Kabanov. The sphere of application is extensive, including medicine and industry. In addition, the new lasers are safer for eyes than previous models, allowing greater possibilities for their use in distance measuring. They are smaller and enjoy greater functional options, ensuring application across a wide range of practical fields.
Demand from abroad is evident, with India among the first to show interest in our Belarusian physicists’ advanced technologies. Mr. Kabanov notes, “We’ve made a breakthrough in this direction, reaching an advanced position worldwide. We are now not merely developing but producing these lasers.”