Photonis, a subsidiary of Exosens, a market-leading global provider of electro-optic solutions used in the detection and amplification of photons, ions, electrons, and neutrons, is thrilled to announce a pivotal milestone in its journey toward advancing nuclear reactor technology. The company is providing TerraPower, a renowned leader in nuclear innovation, high-temperature ionization chambers to be tested at Ohio State University Research Reactor, as part of the Molten Chloride Reactor Experiment (MCRE) project.  The MCRE

EXOSENS announces its Corporate Social Responsibility strategy to address current societal and environmental issues and employee expectations

Press release

Mérignac, France – november, 21st 2023

Exosens (former Photonis group) world leader in electro-optical imaging and detection devices for defense and industrial markets, is presenting its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) strategy based on four pillars.

Uniting its initiatives and raising its ambitions at global level, Exosens is today releasing its CSR strategy. As the leading provider of detection, imaging and light

Worldwide leader for image intensifier tubes, the company has diversified its technologies and products portfolios with the ambition to become the worldwide leader in detection and imaging technologies. To illustrate that strategy, PHOTONIS GROUP becomes EXOSENS.
Xenics, part of Photonis Group is expanding in North America. High-end imaging solutions provider deploys resources on the West Coast US. Frédéric Aubrun, Senior WW VP Sales and Marketing of Photonis Advanced Imaging Business Unit is also appointed as the Sales Director for North America, to focus from his new US based location on customer proximity, increased sales and additional support capabilities.
Xenics (Photonis Group) announces that two products in its Advanced Imaging range, the IrLugX longwave infrared camera core and the IrqLa shortwave infrared camera core, have changed their trade names to respectively Crius and Aion.
Photonis a global leader of electro-optical detection and imaging technologies for defense and industrial markets, held by HLD since 2021, announced today the acquisition of Israeli company El-Mul, a specialist developer and manufacturer of advanced charged particle detectors and devices.