Space systems engineering

Thema:
Space and scientific instrumentation

Aerospace plays a crucial role in the daily lives of everyone on Earth. Communication, navigation, and observation satellites as well as their innovative information systems, terminals, and high-tech instruments are becoming a unique part of our planet's infrastructure. We work on aerospace technology together with the Dutch government, companies, institutes, and universities.

The Space & Systems Engineering expertise group develops and supplies optomechatronic instruments and systems for aerospace, ground-based astronomy, and scientific research. Both existing and new technologies are needed to make these instruments and systems. Experts in optics, mechatronics, production, and testing work together to achieve the desired result. This requires a multidisciplinary setting and sound project organisation.

Watch the video below for a glimpse behind the scenes at the Space & Systems Engineering expertise group.

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TNO extends EUV-partnership with USHIO Inc.

Informatietype:
News
20 January 2023

USHIO Inc.-delegation visits TNO and extends EUV-partnership. Over the last five years USHIO Inc. has been TNO's strategic supplier and partner for the high intensity EUV light source used in our EBL2.

A View of the Universe: TNO Contributes to TMT Success

Informatietype:
Insight
12 December 2022

TNO is making a powerful contribution to the Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT).

MilSpace2: Spectrum monitoring dual satellite system

Informatietype:
News
2 December 2022

The MilSpace2 satellite system will demonstrate the military use of a microsatellite spectrum monitoring system.

TNO’s view of 2030: Getting a grip on climate change from space

Informatietype:
Insight
17 November 2022

Greenhouse gas emissions in the atmosphere are one of the main contributors to climate change and must therefore be rapidly reduced if we are to meet the 2030 climate targets. TNO is working on new satellite technology that makes it possible to do so. Because the better we identify emissions, the more targeted the action we can take.

Clear Air: Dutch satellite innovations

Informatietype:
Event

The Clear Air consortium, consisting of Netherlands based research and technology organizations TNO, KNMI, SRON, and Delft University, organizes this side event. On-site speakers:

Startdatum:
Locatie:
BENELUX-EIB Pavilion at COP27, Sharm El-Sheikh or livestream