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cosine develops and supplies optical and in-situ measurement systems that are used in space, air, field, factory, hospital and any other place where measurements make the difference between success and failure.

Our knowledge

Over the last 25 years we have solved a large number of measurement challenges, ranging from supernovas to the freshness of fish. We use our knowledge in physics, electronics and software to solve problems in an innovative way.



Space & Earth


We use our two decades of space heritage for applications in space and on Earth, ranging from asteroids to field and factory.


HyperScout is our series of miniaturized hyperspectral imaging instruments with their own brain. Realize your own remote sensing application with HyperScout! Your options include:

  • Your own HyperScout
  • Your own HyperScout observation data
  • Access to our HyperScout observation data

Join us

Does working with highly innovative technology and applications, in a friendly organization with intelligent people in an international setting appeal to you? We offer flexible working conditions and are always interested in open applications.

Get access to our expertise

Challenge us to provide you with the best ideas for your measurement problem. Book a one-day workshop and get access to the expertise of our experienced scientist-engineers that will provide you with the fastest route to a working solution for your problem.

A quarter century of achievements: cosine 25th-anniversary celebration

On 24 November 2023, we commemorated 25 years of cosine at our headquarters in Sassenheim, with our staff, alumni, and friends of cosine. This event provided a nice opportunity to reconnect with former colleagues as…

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Silicon wafer bonding technique presented at COLMOL 2023

cosine is participating in the “Journée scientifique et technique collage moléculaire 2023” (COLMOL) conference, taking place on 14 November in Marseille, France. David Girou, scientist at cosine, will give a presentation about “Mirror stacking through…

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