We are developing spacecraft instruments allowing remote-sensing of planetary surfaces. We particularly focus on the acquisition of topographic data via laser altimeters and stereo cameras. Our current projects in development are the BepiColombo laser altimeter (BELA) for Mercury, the stereo camera of the ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter (CaSSIS) and the rangefinder for the Ganymede Laser Altimeter (GALA) for ESA’s JUICE mission. Moreover, we have been involved in several previous hardware projects in the field of remote-sensing space instruments (HiRISE, OSIRIS, DISR, HMC, etc.). You can find information on most of these in the text below.