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CILASFor over 40 years, CILAS has developed recognized expertise in laser and optical technologies. Today, CILAS develops, industrializes and markets a wide range of products and systems using these high-tech practices. Defense and civil and military security, scientific and industrial instrumentation, cutting-edge optical components and major scientific laser programs are their main markets.

With half of its turnover being generated by direct exports, CILAS is furthering its international development, while continuing to develop and improve the latest technologies for future products designed to meet emerging needs.

CILAS head office is located in Orleans, 120 kilometers from Paris.

Commercial: CILAS offers particle size and shape analyzers. Specialized in lasers, deformable mirrors, optical coatings and transparent ceramics. Development in nanotechnologies.

Defense and Security: CILAS offers laser designators and counter-sniper optical sight systems, detectors, rangefinders, airborne laser sources and shipborne helicopters landing aids.

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Choosing the Most Suitable Shape Parameter in Morphological Analysis (.pdf) (Product and Material Testing) In the literature, tens of shape parameters enable the morphology of particles to be characterised. One of the difficulties in morphological analysis resides in the choice of the shape parameter the... (View Full Article)
Choosing the Most Suitable Theory in Laser Diffraction Mie or Fraunhofer? (.pdf) (Product and Material Testing) Particle size analysis is based on the inversion of a diffusion matrix, the resolution of which is based on theories stemming from the equations of Maxwell. The Fraunhofer approximation and the Mie... (View Full Article)