With the ambition of becoming a worldwide reference in vision solutions for extreme environments, Systheia develops its industrial activity around three strategic axis – space, nuclear and dual applications, based on proven cutting-edge miniaturized technologies developed over the last two decades for space applications, complemented by new disruptive technologies to address the issues of highly radiative environments.
Systheia proposes to customers innovative reliable and modular miniaturized imaging solutions for harsh environments, allowing numerous new applications in various fields with definite performance and price competitive advantage. The original generic and modular approach devised by Systheia in its product design brings high added value for the customer.
Systheia proposes also consulting services in the space and harsh-environments domains.
Our values are centred on the customers’ needs to help them finding the right application.
Our team is dedicated to achieve projects and deliver solutions to the customers.
The technology relies on expertise and technologies developed since 20 years by the company Micro-cameras & Space Exploration SA with which Systheia collaborates actively through direct interaction, technology transfers and licensing agreements.
This technology, allowing very high integration and extreme robustness, has been validated at numerous occasions in space applications (25 micro-cameras launched in space).
Specific system architectures are designed allowing the cameras to operate in extreme conditions, beyond the space standard range (temperatures down to -120°C, radiations, vacuum, shocks, and vibrations). These proven technologies are complemented by innovations developed in collaboration with research laboratories and aiming at increasing significantly the resistance of the cameras to radiations, which allows to broaden the applications to highly radiative environments like the core of nuclear power plants. more…
Systheia collaborates with numerous entities: research laboratories, companies, and institutions. more…