We are explorers

Sybilla Technologies is a company dedicated to providing industry standards' based IT solutions for scientific research and development that can also be applied in the general public domain

Skills and Experience

Services we provide

We focus on the fields of observational astronomy, astrophysics and psychology,
and utilize the contemporary approach, modern software architecture,
and techniques to address the requirements and optimize the results

Other services

Building on top of our expertise we constantly explore new territories to address new problems. Because it's interesting.

Autonomous observatories

Autonomy is measured on a sliding scale from the direct human operation at the low end to what is known as „adaptive” at the high end


Direct operation

Direct human operation or remote operation is having someone behind a computer control all the observatory’s operations from the control room which is a few meters or a thousands of kilometres away


Assisted operation

Human-assisted is when the observer is responsible for the start and end procedures (calibration, cooling instruments, opening the dome and so on), but can let the equipment observe itself while during the night in normal conditions


Human delegation

In human delegation, the observer just has to instruct the observatory to start and finish observations and give it observing plan to execute



In human-supervised, the operator is no longer really an observer, but just monitors what information observatory sends back. Mitigation of minor errors requires human assistance. Major problems require expertise and qualified personnel



In mixed-initiative, the human might give a robotic observatory an observing plan to complete or even loosely told to be „independent” in choosing targets from predefined list and only report back when it finishes. System can mitigate minor failures on itself and major failures by notifying the operator about the problem and potential options that can be executed to recover.



In fully autonomous mode, the system decides on its own what to observe and how to do it. It also mitigates more serious faults like hard drive failure or inconsistent sensor data.



Finally, an observatory is adaptive when it can learn. It can update or change what it should search out, even evolving to gather information in new ways. It can reconfigure its observing configuration and schemas to optimise the data quality and rate.

Our clients

Student Internships
in Space Sector

For IT, Engineering and Astronomy students

At Sybilla Technologies we develop tools for space-traffic operators and astronomers, from automatic data acquistion to data analysis, using global networks of robotic observatories and cloud services.

We offer student internships to work on projects focused on solving problems of growing space traffic and space surveillance, using latest IT technologies.

Join the great team of astronomers, ITs and Space DevOps!

Key areas

Not all, though

Robotic astronomical observatories
Design and evaluation of instruments and embedded components
CI/CD, .NET Framework, .NET Core
Real-time data processing pipeline
Data processing, analysis and object recognition on astronomical images
CI/CD, .NET Framework, .NET Core, Python, Azure
Astrodynamics in the cloud
Modeling and tracking of satellites and space debris
CI/CD, .NET Framework, .NET Core, Python, Azure
UIs & tools for space-traffic operators and astronomers
Sky, data and equipment visualization
CI/CD, Typescript, Aurelia, Unity3D, NodeJS
Space sector DevOps
Development and management of networks of robotic observatories
CI/CD, .NET Framework, .NET Core, Azure, SQL, NodeJS

Job offers

Open positions

Junior UI/UX dev for robotic observatories
We're looking for Unity3D/Javascript/Typescript developer to work on data visualization for space-traffic operators.
See details here and apply.
Junior DevOps for robotic observatories
Want to operate and develop global networks of robotic observatories?
See details here and apply.
Junior robotic observatory specialist
Are you interested in robotic observatory development and administration, and you speak .NET? Contact us via mail!
Astrophysics algorithms developer
Are you interested and experienced in astronomical algorithms for phometry, astrometry or astrodynamics? Don't wait anymore and drop us an email!

Summer Student Programme

Please also check out Summer Student Program from our friends at Nicolaus Copernicus Astronomical Center of Polish Academy of Sciences, under the supervision of prof. Maciej Konacki