EXHIBITION

The ICSO 2020 Conference will offer the opportunity to make new contacts as well as consolidate existing relationships through the exhibition.

The 2020 exhibition at ICSO will be strategically located within the heart of the conference venue within catering refreshments and networking zones to maximise traffic for exhibitors.

Cost for exhibiting

  • 1800€ excl. VAT (2160€ incl. VAT) before 30 June 2020
  • 2000€ excl. VAT (2400€ incl. VAT) after 30 June 2020

The number of exhibition booths is limited and will be allocated on a « first-come first served » basis.

Booth package will include

  • A table with 2 chairs, poster panel, power supply and Wi-Fi
  • Logo on the ICSO 2020 website including a link to your company website
  • Complimentary listing in programme book
  • 1 delegate registration valid for the entire conference and social events

Exhibition map

Exhibitors

BOOTH 01

Zemax

Zemax’s industry-leading optical product design software, OpticStudio®, OpticsBuilder®, and OpticsViewer™, helps engineering teams turn their optical product ideas into reality. Standardizing on Zemax software reduces design iterations and repeated prototypes, speeds time to market and reduces development costs. Come visit us at booth 1867.

BOOTH 08

Cedrat Technologies

CEDRAT TECHNOLOGIES (CTEC) is a SME specialized int the design, qualification and manufacturing of flight mechatronics and mechanisms for Space, Defence & Optic Instruments. CTEC takes benefit from its own proprietary space qualified technologies, in the field of magnetic piezoelectric actuators, sensors and electronics, to provide reliable and high performance mechatronic solutions static & dynamic control of structure, optic & fluid.
Major space projects: ROSETTA/MIDAS, ISS/PHARAO, LISA PATH FINDER /OPDA, ATLID/BSA, IASI NG/BSMA, MTG/FCI/IRS, MTG/SCA, TARANIS,EUCLID/NISP

BOOTH 09

Thales SESO™

Thales SESO™, a French entity of the Thales Group, is a world leader in large precision optics and systems for Space, Laser, EUV & X-rays, Astronomy and Defence.
We develop, manufacture and integrate our coated optics with their precision mechanics in house, allowing a high flexibility to meet our customer’s demand.
We are the 1st supplier in Europe and for the French Defense Agency of Zerodur lightweight mirrors for Earth Observation telescope, with more than 160 mirrors flying and delivered.
We also offer space-qualified cryogenic objectives & windows, Laser Reflector Arrays (LRA), OGSE collimators, focal plane assembly, sunshields and ultra-stable Fabry-Perots.

BOOTH 10

Light Tec

Light Tec offers optical design tools and optical engineering services.
Light Tec’s team is made of 18 employees at 2 locations, one in Hyères (France) and one in Munich (Germany).
The tools proposed include:
– Optical design software tools (Code V, LightTools, LucidShape, RSOFT) + technical support and training.
– Scattering measurement tools including the development and sales of industrial products (“Mini-Diff”, Mini-Diff VPro and “Reflet 180S”).
With a high-skilled team of optical engineers, the company also offers consulting and measurement services.

BOOTH 14

Thales Alenia Space

 Based on a 40-year experience, Thales Alenia Space delivers cost-effective solutions for telecommunications, navigation, Earth observation, exploration, science and orbital infrastructures. Governments and private industry rely on us to design satellite-based systems that provide connections and positioning, monitor our planet, enhance management of its resources, explore our Solar System and beyond. Thales Alenia Space sees space as a new horizon, helping to build a better, more sustainable life on Earth. A joint-venture between Thales (67%) and Leonardo (33%), Thales Alenia Space teams up with Telespazio to form the Space Alliance, which offers a complete range of solutions including services.

BOOTH 16

AMOS

Located in Belgium, AMOS has been designing and building high-precision optical and mechanical equipment for more than 35 years. Its main achievements are professional telescopes, space optical systems, test equipment for space instruments, and high-precision mechanical equipment. It employs about 100 employees highly skilled in advanced technologies and offers services to the space industry, to the professional astronomy sector, to scientific laboratories and to industry.

BOOTH 18

Observatoire de la Cote d’Azur (OCA)

The Observatoire de la Côte d’Azur (OCA, or Côte d’Azur Observatory) is an internationally recognized center for research in Earth Sciences and Astronomy. [ Rich of a remarkable architectural and scientific heritage, it also hosts nowadays precision mechanics workshops, high performance computing centers and virtual observatories. ]
With some 450 staff located on four sites (Mont Gros and Valrose in Nice, Sophia Antipolis, and the Plateau de Calern observatory), OCA is one of 25 French astronomical observatories responsible for the continuous and systematic collection of observational data on the Earth and the Universe. Its role is to explore, understand and transfer knowledge about Earth sciences and astronomy, whether in astrophysics, geosciences, or related sciences such as mechanics, signal processing, or optics.
[ To produce and use data collected by large ground-based and space-based instruments, OCA takes a comprehensive approach that combines theory, modeling, observation, analysis and creation of data banks. Through its joint services unit, Galilée, OCA provides its research laboratories with operational support (administrative and financial management, technical services, IT, etc.) and a wide range of research facilities to implement its scientific policy (shared high performance computing center, virtual observatory, shared mechanical design lab and mechanics workshop, clean rooms, observatories on the Plateau de Calern, in California, Antarctica and South America). ]

BOOTH 21

Bertin

BOOTH 24

PHASYCS

hasics develops and manufacture optical metrology and imaging solutions to laser engineers, and lens manufacturers. Based on our patented technology, quadri-wave lateral shearing interferometry technology, we overcome the limitations of classical Shack-Hartmann sensors. With a range covering UV to LWIR, our high resolution wavefront sensing solutions combine the accuracy and precision of the state of the art interferometers with the compactness, dynamic range and ease of use.
Discover our most advanced optical metrology solutions for all your challenging applications: Free-Space Optical Communication | LIDAR | Astronomy | Defense & Aerospace.

Our main applications for astronomy:

  • Easy live telescope alignment
  • Secondary and deformable mirror testing
  • Surface figure error metrology
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