Baltic Photonics Cluster - BPC

Baltic Scientific Instruments, Latvia

Baltic Scientific Instruments was established in 1994 on the basis of Riga Research and Development Institute for Radio-Isotope Apparatus (RNIIRP, est.1966), which belonged to Ministry for Atomic Energy.


In 2003 the company has entered the group of BRUKER companies and in 2007 has change the name to Bruker Baltic. In June, 2010 the company has bought out its shares from Bruker AXS and returned its name Baltic Scientific Instruments (BSI).


The company Baltic Scientific Instruments (BSI) specializes in the development and serial production of the spectrometric devices based on semiconductor silicon, high-pure germanium and cadmium-zinc-tellurium detectors. Our products are applied in nuclear energetic and ecology, geology and mineral resource industry, medicine and space research activities, customs control, and other spheres. All products are available including detectors, electronics and software.


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