PLX in the news



February 12, 2024 11:52

Our Beam Steering Technology was the focus of interest at our booth during Photonics West.

PLX's proprietary Monolithic Optical Structure Technology™ (M.O.S.T.) is the enabling force behind our optimized Micro Electro Mechanical Beam Steering Technology (MEMS). Combining M.O.S.T. with our MEMS technology gives you remarkable capability with arc-second accuracy under the harshest environmental conditions. 

May 10, 2022 17:00

Introducing PLX's cutting edge novel Beam Steering Technology.

PLX Beam Steering Technology delivers complete, cutting edge laser scanning systems for target tracking and and metrology applications.

March 18, 2022 09:00

Visit PLX at SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing 2022, booth 1529, April. 5-7.

Learn how PLX’s unique Beam Steering Technology can deliver cutting edge Laser tracking and Metrology applications. Visit PLX at SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing, booth 1529.

June 26, 2020 08:31

ATLAS – Perfectly Aligned thanks to Retroreflectors - Laser Components Photonics News.

Read the article about how PLX retroreflectors and LHTRs help to keep the emitter and telescope of the ATLAS program perfectly aligned. The article was published in LASER COMPONENTS Photonics News Magazine - Issue 88.

April 22, 2020 15:20

Insights from European CEOs: EPIC interviews Itai Vishnia, CEO of PLX.

Check out this exclusive interview With PLX Inc.’s CEO, Itai Vishnia. Discover PLX’s heritage in the defense and aerospace industry, and the journey of new innovative technologies achieved along the way. Learn about PLX’s key technology, such as the Monolithic Optical Structure Technology™ (M.O.S.T.) and how it has exceeded the expectations of many. Finally, get a glimpse of the future of PLX INC, and what ground breaking solutions they are developing next.

February 03, 2016 00:00

Press Release- PLX LTHR's on ATLAS program.

PLX was awarded a contract from Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corporation for two LTHR’s™ for the Advanced Topographic Laser Altimeter System (ATLAS) program. ATLAS is the sole instrument on the ICESat-2 satellite scheduled for a June 2018 launch.

November 28, 2014 00:00

ICESat-2 program: PLX vacuum-compatible Lateral Transfer Hollow Retroreflector.

LX manufactured a vacuum-compatible Lateral Transfer Hollow Retroreflector with a 5” aperture, 18.5” separation and 1 arc second accuracy for the ICESat-2 program.