Welcome To The Applied Energetics HUB On AGORACOM
Defining the "State-of-the-Art" in Pulsed High Voltage and Ultrashort Pulse Laser Systems
Applied Energetics, headquartered in Tucson, Arizona, is a passionate creative team of scientists and engineers who understand the capabilities and limits of physics and put that knowledge to work, focused on providing real-world solutions in partnership with our customers.
We are the exclusive developer of Laser Guided Energy (LGE™) and Laser Induced Plasma Channel (LIPC®) technologies. Applied Energetics pioneered the development of Laser Guided Energy; man-made lightning technology for military and security applications. Additionally, the company is involved in a range of energy-based defense, industrial, scientific, and aerospace programs with customers worldwide.
Conceive Founded in 2002, we specialize in the development and application of high power lasers, high voltage electronics, advanced optical systems, and energy management systems technologies. These revolutionary technologies can precisely transmit high voltage electrical charges by using a laser to create a conductive path in the atmosphere. This technique can deliver tailored weapon and countermeasure effects to targets with laser accuracy and manageable lethality, reducing the potential for inadvertent injury and collateral damage.
Create Utilizing our proprietary knowledge of high performance lasers, high-voltage electronics, advanced adaptive optics and atmospheric and plasma energy interactions, we create cutting edge technologies to deliver innovative solutions for critical military missions. By harnessing the power of a lightning bolt, we introduce new possibilities for precision, safety, and impact, on and off the battlefield.
Deliver Through our technologies and products Applied Energetics is committed to building a world that's safer, more secure; sustainable and efficient; innovative and dynamic. In a short span of time we've learned a lot and made extraordinary strides in an uncharted and challenging field.