Olympus Corporation manufactures and sells precision machineries and instruments worldwide. The company operates in four segments: Medical, Scientific, Imaging, and Others. 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, and sterilization systems; surgical video endoscopy systems and peripheral devices for endoscopic surgery, electrosurgical knives and more.; and endoscopic devices for various diagnostic and treatment procedures, including biopsy forceps, high-frequency polypectomy snares, grasping forceps, stone retrieval and lithotriptor baskets, and hemostasis accessories.
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.
Olympus Corporation was founded by Takeshi Yamashita in October 1919 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.
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