Our Aerospace Instrument Division’s scientists and engineers work in close coordination through the entire mission lifecycle. We provide a seamless bridge of scientific and mission objectives with our unique instrument engineering capabilities, including instrument design, analysis, modeling, development, test, calibration, and validation.
Sigma Space has been a key contributor to complex and challenging aerospace instrument programs including the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), ICESAT I and II, and the Glory APS Instrument. Our systemshave flown successfully on both balloons and high altitude aircraft such as the ER-2, returning remarkable data to help scientists begin to understand the nature of our changing planet.
Sigma Space is ready to help you cost-effectively achieve your Aerospace Instrument objectives.
A LEADER IN AEROSPACE INSTRUMENT DEVELOPMENT
Multi Channel Scalers
Multichannel scalers are used in a variety of applications. An example of an airborne LiDAR application is when a laser is fired down to the earth from a high flying aircraft. As the optical laser output moves downward, some of the light is reflected due to aerosols, clouds, and other particulate in the atmosphere.