Sobriety is one of the world’s leading non-contact optical measuring systems developers. Our measuring systems are applicable across a wide range of industries and always customized to meet the customer’s needs.
Sobriety is one of the world’s leading non-contact optical measuring systems The universal optical measuring device using digital cameras. It enables an accurate, fast and comprehensive evaluation of easily interpretable data.
The video-extensometer designed for industrial testing. It meets the highest standards of material testing and offers high user comfort.
Sobriety develops and supplies potential drop measuring equipment. In the field of technical diagnostics our products represent the modern standards of accuracy, stability and safety.
Laboratory application of the Limit measuring unit for material testing of specific samples in extreme simulated conditions.
Application in harsh industrial environments. The Limit measuring device provides a digital output for non-destructive diagnostics and monitoring.
With its research and development, Sobriety contributes to the emergence of revolutionary technology for application in the fast-paced space industry.
We develop electromotive driven valves for the new M10 VEGA-E rocket engine, which will be Europe's first liquid oxygen/methane rocket engine.
We have begun developing the first European electric pump for innovative rocket engines which contribute to new level of quality and commercial availability to the space sector.
Sobriety applies its extensive experience in rotary machine development to the design of its own products and special design software for bearings and rotor dynamics.
The Sobriety company provides services in engineering design, numerical simulations and experiment that can be effectively utilised in a wide variety of mechanical engineering applications.
Discover the portfolio of solved and planned Sobriety projects.
April 2, 2019
Sobriety is representing Czech space industry at Paris Space Week 2019, which is held at the Paris Aerospace Museum.