Photonic Sensors For
Autonomous Vehicles

One Silicon Chip Photonics (OSCP) is a Canadian based integrated optics sensor company providing inertial navigation sensors for autonomous vehicle advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS).

Based on our patented technology, our current activity is to bring to market a range of proprietary, high performance integrated optical motion sensors for self-driving car and drone markets.


August 11, 2022

August 11, 2022

March 6, 2022

December 27, 2020

April 2023 – OSCP at SAE International

OSCP will be present at SAE International at Huntington Place, Detroit, MI from April 18-20.

We will be showcasing our recent gyroscope development, a new generation of gyroscope that is more compact and power efficient than previous ones.

This new gyroscope generation is more suitable for small autonomous vehicles, such as drones.

Stop by at our booth SP09 to learn more.

February 2023 – OSCP at SPIE Photonics West 2023

Feb. 1 2023, 1:30-5pm PST, Moscone Center, Halls A-F, Table 3000
Visit OSCP R&D Engineer Sean Romanuik at the Photonics West Exhibition in San Francisco to learn more about OSCP and our novel gyroscopes.

Feb. 2 2023, 9:40-10am PST, Moscone Center, Room 304 (Level 3 South)
Come see OSCP R&D Engineer Sean Romanuik present our paper “The effect of etched air cavities underneath the finite bottom cladding of silicon nitride single-strip optical waveguides” at SPIE Photonics West in San Francisco.

November 2022 - OSCP’s Alpha Prototype IMU Successfully Field Tested with Thales Canada

Program Director Joseph Salhany, FPGA Product Designer Toan Bui, Director of Operations Richard Williston, and R&D Engineer Sean Romanuik presenting OSCP’s Alpha Prototype IMU at Thales Canada’s offices in North York, Ontario, where it was successfully field tested.