Cyth Systems

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​​Cyth Systems is a multi-disciplinary Engineering Services Firm headquartered in Southern California with a satellite office in Oxfordshire, UK. Cyth are recognized experts in Automated Testing, Spaceflight Hardware Qualification, Artificial Intelligence Machine Vision Inspection, Embedded Control Systems and electromechanical system design. Cyth Systems are a National Instruments Gold Alliance Partner with world-class expertise in use and deployment of National Instruments hardware and the LabVIEW controls software platform. Cyth have several in-house domain experts in the areas of AI Machine Vision, Spaceflight Qualification, Environmental Testing, Pyrotechnic Shock Testing and commercialization of medical devices for compliance in regulatory environments (CE-Marking / FDA-Compliance, CFR 21 Part 11). Cyth Systems have an office in Eynsham, Oxfordshire, which is in a prime location to serve both the Harwell Campus and the technology spin-out ecosystem of Oxford University.

General Test Facilities

Cyth Systems is in the process of expanding its presence in the UK by setting up a commercial environmental test facility. The facility will offer world-class MIL/AERO test facilities to small commercial aerospace and other manufacturing companies in the UK and Europe. It is felt that Cyth will offer complementary facilities to those planned and already implemented at Harwell. The Cyth facility would offer vibration, vacuum and thermal-vacuum facilities for smaller spaceflight payloads and non-aerospace customers who nevertheless need to qualify hardware for survivability.

Pyro-Shock Facility (planned)
As a part of developing the business case for the new environmental test facility, Cyth are currently undertaking to establish the UK market case for offering pyrotechnic shock test capability. Pyrotechnic shock testing is used in the qualification of space flight hardware and is often required by flight vehicle manufactures to certify flight worthiness of payloads. This unique capability would support the emerging space-flight-hardware industry concentrated at Harwell, and should also be of interest to customers from the wider UK and Europe.​