The award, which will be presented at a ceremony at the Houses of Parliament tonight, is for the development of adaptive optics technology in laser processing; enabling a novel security solution for diamond gemstones
The award recognises the outstanding performance of an Oxfordshire tech star-up that has been trading for one to three years.
Opsydia is delighted to announce that it has been shortlisted as a finalist for the Oxford Innovation Start-up Award at The Oxford Trust Enterprise Awards 2019.
University of Oxford spinout Opsydia has secured the first order for its sub-surface Diamond Marking System. The sale to industry giant De Beers for their Lightbox Jewelry business follows over a year of development work.
The Opsydia team has been steadily growing since spin-out; from 5 members in September 2017, the team has more than doubled in size. Welcome to Ian, David, Chris, Leigh and Simon!
Science & Engineering South spoke to our academic founders about the opportunities our optical technology uncovers in diamond technology. From qubits to culets, read about our precision laser control applications in industry.
Opsydia, a spinout from the University of Oxford, has unveiled ground-breaking new technology that will help address the risk of tampering and counterfeiting in the diamond sector.
Opsydia's technology allows tiny marks, serial numbers and images to be written under the surface of diamonds. Opsydia has produced a video demonstration of its secure laser marking process.
We are delighted to welcome Dr. David Myles to the Opsydia team.
Having spent 6 years developing novel laser micro-machining processes for high volume applications, his expertise will be invaluable for the new challenges at Opsydia.
We are recruiting a team of talented and driven technology specialists to develop innovative solutions using laser processes in security applications.