The exceptional conditions in space require high demands on the products and their engineers.
We meet the requirements of our customers with our know-how. Beyond that our fascination of the universe and curiosity to gain new perspectives enable high-quality products.
Used worldwide within national and international projects up to today more than 400 AOCS sensors have been sold.
With the development of the multi-spectral imagers for RapidEye Jena-Optronik successfully entered the market of satellite-based earth observation instruments.
The company is a member of the core team of Sentinel-2 for optical earth observation and Sentinel-3 for the observation of the oceans within the European earth observation program GMES (Global Monitoring for Environment and Security).
The Jena-based company develops components and systems to explore the solar system and planets: