SystematIC is involved in several research projects and in National and European programs


MicroThrust is a European consortium within the European Commission Framework Programme 7 (FP7) targeting advanced in-space propulsion technologies for solar system exploration. The consortium aims to develop a key component in facilitating exploration missions: a technology that can substantially reduce the cost of earth observation missions. Building on the framework of a successful ESA study, the MicroThrust team of leading academics, research institutions and space companies has developed a conceptual design of a very small, yet highly performing electrical propulsion system. SystematIC contributed to the required electronic innovation in the form of an efficient low-power very-high-voltage driver.

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The Delfi program is a development line of nanosatellites at the Delft University of Technology, to provide hands-on education and training to students as well as technology demonstration for Dutch space industry and research and development on the nano-satellite spacecraft bus. The program started in November 2004 with Delfi-C3 which was launched and has been operating successfully since 28 April 2008. In 2013, Delfi-n3Xt was launched. Both satellites had achieved their mission objectives during the first three months in orbit.

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Established in 1998, SystematIC has steadily been growing and earning the trust of hundreds of businesses by providing them with custom IC solutions, turning their ideas into reality with the help of highly qualified engineers.