Growing cluster of imaging manufacturers is integral to pandemic response

In 2020, Gray Optics saw a surge in demand from manufacturers of COVID-19 point-of-care tests.

Founded in 2017, the Portland company develops advanced imaging technologies and optical systems for biomedical, life sciences and industrial applications.

With the pandemic, manufacturers of point-of-care tests, which provide disease detection and diagnosis within minutes, asked founder Daniel Gray and his team to design custom optical systems that are an integral part of the tests. Read more

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