Laser Photonics Completes Proof of Concept Testing for Fonon Corporations’ Laser Shield Anti-Drone System

Laser Photonics Corporation (LPC) (NASDAQ: LASE), a leading global industrial developer of laser systems for cleaning and other material processing applications, and its parent company, Fonon Corporation, a multi-market holding company, R&D center, equipment designer and manufacturer of advanced laser material processing systems for subtractive and additive manufacturing, have announced the successful early testing of Fonon's Laser Shield Anti-Drone System (LSAD) prototype at LPC's testing facility.

The LSAD is a cutting-edge solution in development for the deterrence of unauthorized drone activity. It is being designed by Fonon in conjunction with Laser Photonics and is based on the two company's existing laser technology. The tech when fully complete will serve as an immediate response defense system for addressing the threat of small-scale unmanned aerial systems (UAS) in conflict zones and expeditionary locations. LPC has provided Fonon with the testing area and other related resources to test the LSAD prototype at its Orlando facility.

The LSADs first proof of concept was recently completed and tested at Laser Photonics' newly developed Customer Experience Center, which features an internal laser range. This state-of-the-art facility enabled Laser Photonics and Fonon Corporation to evaluate the proof of concept under controlled conditions. The range served to test the lasers' capabilities in terms of precision and effectiveness when it came to targeting and destroying distant objects. By conducting these tests internally, Laser Photonics was able to ensure the reliability and accuracy of the results found in this preliminary test, which concluded with the proof of concept being a success. The LPC facility being used will play a crucial role in developing …

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