Monday, 16 January 2017

Canadian army continues research about latest laser technologies.

In the late 1960s, Canadian researchers working at the Defence Research Establishment in Valcartier, Quebec made a game-changing advance in laser technology with the development of a laser known as the CO2-TEA, which continues to have many industrial applications. Today, the Canadian Army (CA) continues to take a serious look at the latest in laser technology and is finding plenty of promise. Read full article at this link ...
A close-up of the beam expander system used with DRDC’s high energy laser (HEL). Researchers at 2nd Canadian Division Support Base Valcartier are currently evaluating HELs, which have strong potential as battlefield tools. Photo provided by: Defence Research and Development Canada. ©2016 DND/MDN Canada. 
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