WELCOME TO LOPTEK!

Loptek stands for more than 20 years of experience and know how in the realization of customer-specific solutions for all aspects of light guides and fiber optic system components. Absolute customer orientation, qualified production processes and experienced staff are essential keys to success. Loptek also stands for extremely high technological expertise and actively advises its clients in the design of fiber optic systems, individual design services as well as completely new developments.

In the area of fiber optic sensors, Loptek offers innovative, fs-laser-written fiber Bragg sensors for temperature and strain measurement, which due to their technological uniqueness, satisfy the most demanding measurement requirements.

News/Events

OPTICAL FIBER SENSORS FOR STRUCTURAL HEALTH MONITORING

Loptek held presentation at EPIC Workshop from October 20 to 21, 2016 in Lannion/France.

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TOPPING OUT CEREMONY CELEBRATED IN BERLIN ADLERSHOF

The construction work of the new Fiber Optic Solution Center is making fasprogressit is planned to be completed in December 2016.

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NEW PRODUCT INTRODUCTION

Loptek expanded its product portfolio by a fully assembled high temperature FBG sensor for elevated temperatures above 400°C.

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LAYING OF FOUNDATION STONE IN BERLIN ADLERSHOF

Loptek celebrated the laying of the foundation stone for a state-of-the-art fiber optic solution center in Berlin Adlershof.

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NEW LOPTEK LOCATION IN BERLIN ADLERSHOF IN 2017

Until the first quater of 2017, the new company headquarter in Berlin Adlershof will be built, which providves Loptek with advanced production and growth opportunities. The local settlement of companies and research institutes in Berlin Adlershof has created an outstanding photonic/optical network in Europe.

NEW LOPTEK LOCATION IN BERLIN ADLERSHOF IN 2017
Adlershof Berlin

The Berlin Adlershof Science City is one of the most successful high-technology sites in Germany.

It is home to 1,013 companies and scientific institutions (Jan 2016) on an area of 4.2 km².