Creotech Instruments S.A.
Short Description

Creotech Instruments is Poland’s leading manufacturer of satellite systems and components, as well as advanced electronics for quantum computer control systems and other applications. The company is also pursuing the development of unmanned aerial systems delivering hardware and software for, among others, drone operations management. The Company operates its own electronics manufacturing plants and small satellite integration facilities. Creotech delivers proprietary solutions to the world’s most distinguished research institutions such as the European Space Agency (ESA), the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) in Geneva, the GSI Centre for Heavy Ion Research and the DESY Research Centre in Germany. In 2022, Creotech Instruments debuted on the Warsaw Stock Exchange as the first Polish space tech company.

Products & Services
Services & applications based on data from EO satellites

At Creotech Instruments focus lies in developing high technologies, primarily within the space industry. Enterprise specializes in the manufacture of subsystems vital to major space missions and complete satellite systems such as the HyperSat satellite platform. Capable of accommodating a diverse array of missions, this platform supports varying payloads, spanning from observation and communication to scientific research. With  own ESA-certified electronics production lines and small satellite integration facilities, Creotech Instruments meets the exacting demands of space-bound equipment.

For over five years, Creotech Instruments also has  been hard at work developing quantum technology arm, creating and offering electronics and systems for controlling qubits in quantum computers. Currently, Creotech Instruments offering in the Quantum segment is tailored to serve the unique needs of research laboratories and tech companies involved in manufacturing quantum computers. Beyond this, company also provide White Rabbit time synchronization systems, as well as optical and optoelectronic systems. Creotech Instruments portfolio further includes products and services aimed at enhancing air traffic safety and operational efficiency. These include automated air obstacle detection and monitoring capabilities, continuous air traffic monitoring emphasizing ADS-B and MLAT technologies, and sophisticated real-time 3D visualization.

Creotech Instruments versatile range of products and services encompasses various modules designed for broad adaptability, such as:

  • Portable systems that do not require network access, enabling operation management and data processing directly in the field.
  • Drone-mounted tracking devices and ground station.
  • Real-time flight monitoring systems, equipped with advanced 3D visualization and analysis capabilities.

Company Creotech also offers comprehensive electronic device assembly services to clients, who demand the highest levels of quality and reliability, like those in the space, automotive, and medical industries.

TD 1 On Board Data Systems
TD 2 Space System Software
TD 3 Spacecraft Electrical Power
TD 4 Spacecraft Environment & Effects
TD 10 Flight Dynamics and GNSS
TD 11 Space Debris
TD 12 Ground Station System and Networks
TD 13 Automation, Telepresence & Robotics
TD 14 Life & Physical Sciences
TD 15 Mechanisms & Tribology
TD 16 Optics
TD 17 Optoelectronics
TD 23 EEE components and quality
TD 24 Material & Processes
TD 25 Quality, Dependability and Safety
More Info

Creotech Instruments consistently demonstrated  expertise in the assembly of space components (including the ASIM mission to the International Space Station, the ExoMars mission), software development for satellite system integration (including the OPS-SAT project), and designing advanced components for the space industry (including NEOSTEL – a project for monitoring space threats; Proba-3 – a research mission with two space probes operating in formation).

One of Creotech Instruments key commercial initiatives is PIAST (Polish ImAging SaTellites), which aims to deploy three observation satellites into Earth’s orbit. This project capitalizes on the synergies between Polish entities in developing critical solutions for security and defense, forming part of the strategy to establish a national satellite Earth observation system for the Polish armed forces. We are also engaged in the EagleEye project, which involves developing a Polish Earth observation microsatellite based on the HyperSat microsatellite platform.


Creotech Instruments clientele comprises commercial entities, esteemed scientific institutions, and foreign space agencies. Among primary partners is the European Space Agency.

  •  European Space Agency
  • Space Research Center of the Polish Academy of Sciences (CBK PAN).
  • Center for Theoretical Physics of the Polish Academy of Sciences
  • University of Warsaw
  • Warsaw University of Technology
  • Institute of Plasma Physics and Laser Microfusion
  • National Center for Nuclear Research
  • CERN – European Organization for Nuclear Research
  • GSI Helmholtz Centre for Heavy Ion Research, Darmstadt, Germany
  • DESY Research Center
  • National Institute for Subatomic Physics (Nikhef)