The Systems Engineering Department (DIS) has the expertise to implement sensors and actuators to create automated systems for data acquisition or for the control of scientific equipment.
The DIS is involved from end to end of the measuring and control chain:
Most often, sensors and actuators are integrated into the mechanical systems designed by LCAP (mechanical design).
DIS's instrumentation skills apply to small instrumental components (space mechanisms) as well as industrial-like control systems (nitrogen liquefaction plant). Finally, instrumentation is essential for the implementation of the numerous test benches used by DIS.
|Automation of a neutron target loading process (NFS - Ganil): position, speed and temperature sensors, industrial PLC, supervision software and motorizations.|
|Development of an intelligent signal conditioning rack for cryogenic processes|
|Radio-frequency signal processing electronics for accelerating cavities|