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Optics

High-energy optics

cosine is world leading in the development of novel high energy optics technology. The Silicon Pore Optics technology (SPO), developed…
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Many of the scientists at cosine are trained as physicists and are proficient in orthogonal thinking. We challenge ourselves to…

simulations

Simulations

cosine has a long history of performing computer simulations to test future (optical) designs, even before they have been built.…

Sensor Fusion

Sensor fusion

cosine has been developing high-end measurement systems for more than 20 years. The art of developing an integrated solution, within…

embedded sensors

Embedded sensors

cosine has developed technology to gather data in hazardous environments. By developing passive (non-continuously powered) sensors, read-out RFID instruments and…

Laser optics

Laser measurement systems

Several properties of laser radiation make it an extremely valuable tool for measurement systems. The narrow spectral line-width makes it…

3D imaging

3D imaging

Stereoscopy or 3D imaging is any technique capable of recording three-dimensional visual information or creating the illusion of depth in…

Testing

Testing & Qualification

In cosine's testing and qualification facilities we test and qualify optical, opto-electronic and electronic subsystems and systems. This includes testing…

data analyses

Data analysis & AI

Measurement systems are useless without proper analysis of the data. This requires several steps, ranging from converting the low-level data…
Optics

Optics

Throughout cosine’s history, outstanding expertise has been built up in optical design. Beyond pure optical design we always strive for…
Spectral imaging Extended

Remote sensing

Remote sensing is the challenging world that includes a broad range of techniques for the purpose of observing an object…
Spectral imaging Extended

Spectral imaging

Spectroscopic techniques allow detection of features that are not visible with the naked eye, but often an image is required…
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