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The way we work is not just selling our solutions. Any time this might be beneficial, we are ready to offer our expertise to solve someone's problem. Below it is just a list of some partners with who we have collaborated.

  • ITRON (USA): Instrumentation Technologies engineers helped us turn a back-of-the-envelope idea into a certified and manufactured product.” Roberto Aiello, Founder and Managing Director Itron Idea Labs
  • CERN - European Organization for Nuclear Research (CH): dedicated development of compact digital BPM electronics for hadron-type accelerators
  • EU XFEL (DE): joint development of:
      • general purpose analogue and digital I/O module
      • very high performance LO & sampling clock generator complied with MTCA.4 standard
  • Synchrotron Soleil (FR), ESRF - European Synchrotron Radiation Facility, Diamond Light Source (UK): joint development of compact digital BPM electronics for electron-type accelerators from scratch, both in hardware and all levels of software
  • Daresbury Laboratory (UK): dedicated turn-key development of highly demanding digital low level RF (LLRF) system from scratch, both in hardware and all levels of software for an experimental (the first in the world) non-scaling fixed-field alternating gradient accelerator: EMMA
  • GSI - Helmholtz Centre for Heavy Ion Research (DE): dedicated development of preamplifiers for the BPM electronics with large dynamic range
  • LNLS-SIRIUS (Brasil): joint development of longitudinal bunch-by-bunch application in all levels of software
  • NSRRC - National Synchrotron Radiation Research Center (Taiwan):
      • dedicated development of very low jitter 500 MHz signals optical distribution system
      • dedicated development of the next generation of BPM compact digital electronics with additional hardware for implementation of control loop algorithms
      • development of single pass BPM compact electronics
      • joint development of very low jitter 3 GHz signals optical distribution system from scratch
  • PSI - Paul Scherrer Institute (CH): joint development on further improvements of very low jitter RF signals optical distribution system for SwissFEL
  • KCG, Inc. (USA): dedicated development of the frequency splitter / combiner intended for use with microwave link units



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