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cosine is a Dutch company that develops and builds optical and in-situ measurement systems for space, air and ground use. Based in the Netherlands, our building houses cleanrooms, assembly, testing and production facilities.

Our knowledge

Our broad experience in different technological areas leads to innovative, out-of-the-box measurement solutions. The technologies we use span the field of applied physics, with extensive experience in spectroscopy, lasers, radiation and 3D imaging systems. We use our knowledge in physics, electronics and software to solve problems in an innovative way.

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

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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.

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Interested in ideas for your measurement challenge? We can offer you the smartest innovative solution and the fastest road to a working solution. Give yourself the opportunity to pick the minds of our enthusiastic scientist-engineers and book an Ideation workshop starting from € 815.

HyperScout 2: thermal imaging and artificial intelligence ready for launch

As soon as weather in Kourou (French Guiana) permits, a Vega rocket will launch the first HyperScout 2 instrument into orbit. HyperScout 2 is a new version of the HyperScout instrument that contains not only…

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Cosine | Measurement Systems

HyperScout celebrates more than 2 years in space

HyperScout is a special camera made to fit satellites as small as a milk carton and it has been launched into space in February 2018 onboard the ESA GOMX-4B satellite. It records what happens down…

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