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Jena-Optronik is one of the leading suppliers for space industry with a broad customer base and reliable partner in national and international projects: High quality awareness and well-qualified, motivated employees meet a strong future-proof technological basis in an innovative environment. The company is a market leader for state-of-the-art AOCS and single source for 3D-lidar systems and Rendezvous- and Docking Sensors.

Jena-Optronik GmbH is EN/AS 9100:2009 certified.

Looking back on 40 years of experience in optical precision instruments for space applications, Jena-Optronik is a true pioneer in the field of attitude and orbit control sensors for satellites and optical instruments for Earth observation.
During this time Jena-Optronik became a reliable partner for space agencies as well as for space companies in Asia, Russia, Europe and North America. They trust in products from Jena-Optronik and equip their top-missions with these.

Japanese-German cooperation for a flawless rendezvous in space

The Rendezvous- and Docking Sensor (RVS) from space company Jena-Optronik is ready for its sixth mission to the International Space Station on the Japanese transfer vehicle HTV.

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Jena-Optronik recieves award for the new building

„Würdigung Jenaer Fassadenpreis 2015“ for Jena-Optronik's new home.

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Today’s generation requires a more in-depth knowledge of the world than the previous generation ever did. By exploring space, we are able to discover, survey and understand our home planet. On our updated website, we intend to give you an insight into the world of aerospace and the technology Jena-Optronik produces. Accompany us on our journey!

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Space: It’s all around us

Space inspires us all and creates a wealth of knowledge

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  • October, 12-15 2016
    Japan Aerospace Exhibition, Tokyo