AMOS in a few words...
Founded in 1983, AMOS – Advanced Mechanical and Optical Systems – brings together the technical expertise of the ‘Ateliers de la Meuse’ engineering company and the optical know-how of the Astrophysics Institute of the University of Liege.
Its team of 80 employees is specialised in the design and manufacture of very-high-accuracy optomechanical systems for the space industry and for professional astronomy.
AMOS is active in three main areas:
• Professional astronomy systems: telescopes, components and instrumentation for many of the world’s largest observatories.
• Space systems: on-board installations for satellites, probes and space shuttles – telescopes, mirrors, mounts, frameworks and mechanisms.
• Terrestrial satellite test equipment to validate satellites or payloads under space conditions prior to launch: vacuum chambers, thermal panels and ‘artificial stars’ (collimators).
ON FOCUS - Diamond TurningAdvanced Mechanical and Optical Systems (AMOS) manufactures small optical pieces by diamond turning mainly for infrared applications but also, after post polishing, for visible or ultraviolet. Concave or convex mirrors up to 500mm can be machined with extreme asphericities....
AMOS will be at SPIE Astronomical Telescopes + Instrumentation in Edinburgh this summer from the 26th June to 1st July 2016. ...
Press Release 2016-03-30
TECHNICAL ACTIVATION OF THE LARGEST ASIAN TELESCOPE, IN THE PRESENCE OF THE BELGIAN AND INDIAN PRIME MINISTERS Link to event's video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_FgMIX9IoNE & ...
Press News - 24th June 2015
AMOS SIGNS TWO MAJOR AGREEMENTS IN CHINA During H.M. King Philippe’s state visit in China this week, AMOS has signed two agreements with major Chinese players in the field of optical...