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SILIOS Technologies, France

General description

SILIOS Technologies (“SILIOS”) is a High-Tech French SME born in 2001 and whose core business is Micro-Optics. SILIOS masters the clean rooms‘ equipments and processes to propose two lines of products being diffractive optics for Laser beam Shaping on one hand and custom and off-the-shelf multispectral filters and sensors for multispectral imaging on the other hand. Their different fields of application are scientific, tooling and medical Lasers, Astronomy, Space & Defense, Environmental surveillance, Bio-medical and Medical, Agriculture and Agro-food industries, Forensics and Security.

Expertise related to the project

SILIOS Technologies will use its know-how in design and manufacturing of multispectral imaging filters and sensors to achieve one of the major innovations within InshaPe. This innovation is a multi-wavelength pyrometer/imager for determination of the melt pool’s temperature and geometry to ensure a spectral in-line process monitoring & control system for predictive quality analysis of an industrial PBF-LB/M system.
To that aim, SILIOS will develop custom VIS/NIR and SWIR multispectral sensors and cameras able to collect temperature data from the melt pool and topology data starting from COTS monochrome CMOS and InGaAs sensors / cameras. SILIOS will design and adapt the snapshot mosaic filters and therefore the multispectral sensors to better suit the materials identified in the use cases (e.g., nickel-based superalloys, copper alloys, and aluminium alloys).

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Members of Consortium

  • Technische Universität München


  • Aenium Engineering




  • BEAMIT Group


  • Eindhoven University of Technology

    The Netherlands

  • EOS GmbH Electro Optical Systems


  • Oerlikon AM Europe GmbH


  • SILIOS Technologies


  • Technion – Israel Institute of Technology


  • Bavarian Research Alliance GmbH


Funded by the European Union

Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union. Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them.