Laser Science and Technology Centre - Areas of Work

Areas of Work

LASTEC's primary focus is the research and development of various laser materials, components and laser systems, including High Power Lasers (HPL) for defence-applications. The main charter of the lab revolves around progressing in areas of Photonics, Electro-Optic Counter Measures (EOCM), low and High Power Lasers (HPL). LASTEC also develops and delivers directed energy weapon systems for the Indian Armed Forces, based on High-power laser technology.

As a defence technology spin off, LASTEC has also been engaged in the development of lasers for medical and other civilian applications.

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