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Olympus Corporation manufactures and sells precision machineries and instruments worldwide. It operates in four segments: Medical Business, Scientific Solutions Business, Imaging Business, and Others Business. The Medical Business segment provides endoscopy systems comprising videoscopes, video processors, light sources, and liquid crystal display panels; peripheral equipment, such as image recording devices, endoscope cleaning systems, sterilization systems, etc.; surgical video endoscopy systems, peripheral devices for endoscopic surgery, electrosurgical knives, etc.; and endoscopic devices for various diagnostic and treatment procedures, including biopsy forceps, high-frequency polypectomy snares, grasping forceps, stone retrieval and lithotriptor baskets, hemostasis accessories, etc. The Scientific Solutions Business segment offers upright and polarizing microscopes, inverted microscopes, laser confocal microscopes, box-type fluorescence imaging devices, stereo microscopes, fluorescence macro microscopes, microscope digital cameras, imaging software, bio-imaging systems, and virtual slide systems; and metallurgical microscopes, semiconductor inspection microscopes, laser and measuring microscopes, microscopic 3D measurement systems, industrial videoscopes and fiberscopes, industrial rigid scopes, ultrasonic flaw detectors, eddy current flaw detectors, phased array flaw detectors, X-ray diffraction analyzers, and peripheral equipment. The Imaging Business segment offers digital single-lens cameras, compact digital cameras and related products, digital camera lens barrels, and optical components, as well as IC recorders and binoculars. The Others Business segment manufactures biomedical materials, as well as conducts system development and other business activities. The company was formerly known as Olympus Optical Co., Ltd. and changed its name to Olympus Corporation in October 2003. Olympus Corporation was founded in 1919 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.

30,702 Employees
Last Reported Date: 06/26/14
Founded in 1919

olympus corp (OLY1) Top Compensated Officers

President and Representative Director
Total Annual Compensation: ¥100.0M
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

olympus corp (OLY1) Key Developments

Olympus Corporation Presents at Mizuho New York Healthcare Conference 2015, Mar-02-2015

Olympus Corporation Presents at Mizuho New York Healthcare Conference 2015, Mar-02-2015 . Venue: Omni Berkshire Place, 21 East 52nd Street at Madison Ave, New York, NY 10022, United States. Speakers: Tetsuo Kobayashi, Managing Officer.

Olympus Introduces its New Dual Linear Array Probe for Fast, Simple, and Reliable Corrosion Imaging

Olympus announced the introduction of its new Dual Linear Array probe designed to improve the inspection of internally corroded parts such as pipes, tanks, and plates. The new Dual Linear Array probe provides the inspector with several advantages over conventional ultrasonic dual element transducers that are typically used with flaw detectors. This phased array solution improves productivity through features such as larger beam coverage, faster scan speed and C-scan imaging with increased data-point density. The pitch-catch technique used by this new probe offers better near-surface resolution and pit detection in corrosion survey applications than standard phased array pulse-echo, improving probability of detection of critical wall thinning. Its compact, lightweight aluminum housing provides easy handling and operation while carbide wear plates protect the wedges for increased durability. The Dual Linear Array probe adds a new low-cost entry-level inspection capability to the existing Olympus HydroFORM and RexoFORM corrosion solutions, especially when combined with the OmniScan SX. When using the probe with an OmniScan phased array instrument, the setup and operation is simple: load the setup file, check the calibration, and then inspect and record the data. The Dual Linear Array probe adds a new low-cost entry-level inspection capability to the existing Olympus HydroFORM and RexoFORM corrosion solutions. This new probe is yet another product in Olympus’ complete offerings for corrosion inspection solutions utilizing ultrasound, phased array, eddy current, and remote visual inspection.

Olympus Corporation Releases Two New Systems in Fluoview Series

Olympus Corporation has announced that its scientific solutions business has released two new systems of its Fluoview FVMPE-RS multi photon laser scanning microscope, a gantry microscope system and an inverted microscope system. Olympus markets its biological confocal laser scanning microscopes and multi photon laser scanning microscopes for use in life science research as the FLUOVIEW series. An appreciated feature of the series is its ability to capture 3D images with high contrast by detecting the very weak light (fluorescence) produced by samples when scanned with a laser beam. The series includes the FLUOVIEW FVMPE-RS multi photon laser scanning microscope (released in July 2013), the high-end model among Olympus's biological microscopes, which can capture rapid biological responses at deep sites. Adding to the existing upright microscope system, Olympus has now released gantry and inverted systems. By providing a range of three microscope systems from which to choose the variant best suited to the samples to be observed, this further enhances the scope for the FLUOVIEW FVMPE-RS to contribute to leading edge research by opening up a wider range of observation possibilities. Positioned as the high-end model in Olympus's range of biological microscopes, and used in life science research, the FLUOVIEW FVMPE-RS features faster scanning speed and more enhanced performance at deep observation than other models in the FLUOVIEW series. In addition to using the high speed scanner to observe rapid biological responses, the FLUOVIEW FVMPE-RS can also obtain vivid images from as deep as 8mm below the surface of tissue. Considerable space is available beneath the objective to allow the observation of samples of many different sizes. A volume 640 mm wide, 355 mm high, and 520 mm deep is available if the stage is removed, providing the system with sufficient space for the researcher's own experimental apparatus and giving it the flexibility to suit different observation purposes.

 

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