Product Line Manager
Louis Forget, ing. currently holds the position of Product Line Manager with EXFO, focusing on next generation optical network for manufacturing, design, and research market.
Writing industrial software for more than 25 years, Louis Forget specializes in automation of measurement instruments in manufacturing and field environments.
Mr. Forget holds a university degree in electrical engineering and he is a member of l’Ordre des Ingénieurs du Québec since 1996.
Software developer at Optiwave Systems Inc. Canada
Alexander Raytchev is a software developer at Optiwave Systems Inc. Canada. He received his B.Sc. degree in Computer Science with a minor in Psychology at Carleton University. His current professional interests are in system architecture, algorithm design, automation, computer vision, and general programming.
VP at Optiwave Systems Inc. Canada
Ahmad Atieh had received his Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from University of Ottawa Canadain 1997, M.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering from Jordan University of Science and Technology in 1987 andB.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering from Yarmouk University Jordanin 1985. His current research interests are in the fields of optical fiber communication systems including optical fiber characterization, optical amplifiers, nonlinear fiber optics, and optical communication transmissionsystems. As well as inFree-space optical communication systems.He has contributed more than 125technical papers in different refereed journals and conferences. He holds over 30issued patent and patent pending. He worked at the National Research Council of Canada, JDS Uniphase Inc, BTI Systems Inc in Canada, Taibah UniversityinMadinahSaudi Arabia, Jordan University in AmmanJordan.
Watch this on-demand webinar from Optiwave and EXFO for an informative and instructional overview of Optiwave’s recently released OptiInstrument 4.0 software. OptiInstrument helps you leverage the power of automation to accelerate and assure optical testing processes for lab and production environments. The software communicates and controls physically or remotely connected instruments through standard interfaces such as TCP/IP, USB, GPIB, or serial port (RS232/RS485). The software GUI, key features, and applications will be discussed. An automation demo for different equipment (EXFO LTB-8 and OS-Tech high-power laser temperature controller) and the characterization of various modules using built-in application programming interface (API) are also presented.