Our SPARC CL detector was sold to several countries worldwide, including China, Germany, USA, Denmark and Australia. We are looking forward to exciting installations coming up next year.
This year we added a new product to our SPARC product line: the LAB Cube. This time-resolved module allows to obtain lifetime and g(2) images. Another completely new product in the cathodoluminescence line will be announced at the beginning of the 2019, so stay tuned!
Our product line is growing together with our team. This year Delmic welcomed 8 full and part-time employees in various teams (marketing, software, sales, product development). Additionally, 6 new interns came on board in the last few months, and currently they are working on the exiting new projects.
The big event of the year was the IMC19, the biggest microscopy event of the year which took place in Sydney. Our stand attracted a lot of attention and we managed to have about 30 demonstration of our SPARC and SECOM systems within four conference days (read more here). Apart from the conference, in 2018 we organized two workshops: a workshop in Amsterdam dedicated to cathodoluminescence for nanophotonics and a workshop in Bremen, which focused on correlative light and electron microscopy.
We have a lot of plans for the next year: several workshops (currently we are preparing a geological workshop in Oslo), webinars, new projects and demonstrations. We full