Quanta System was born in 1985 as a spin-off of CISE, one of the biggest research centers in laser and optics in the world. Our first steps were in high-energy and plasma physics, spectroscopy and light-matter interaction. The first lasers for art conservation were developed in 1994.
At the origin of Quanta’s history, we also designed mobile systems that were based on trucks or aeronautical vehicles for environment pollution monitoring (LIDAR, DIAL and LIBS) for air and soil.
Quanta System Italian companyOthers have been developed for many International Space Agencies. Additionally, many lasers were synchronized with synchrotron light, or are still working at CERN in Geneva (LHC). In the early 1990’s, Quanta’s industrial division developed marking, drilling, welding, micromachining and cutting lasers (some used for diamonds), and technologies for top firms throughout the world. We began our work in the field of medical lasers for Aesthetics in 1997. In 2004 Quanta became part of the El.En. Group, listed on the Italian Stock Exchange.
The Group led by El.En. SpA is a respected entity in the field of businesses working to provide excellence in technological research and high quality manufacturing. The companies of the El.En. Group design products and advanced solutions in pursuit of accuracy, excellent value for the money, reliability, respect for the environment, and effective and efficient post-sale matters. In 2008, another big challenge was addressed in the development of cutting edge surgical lasers. Throughout these years of innovation, Quanta has earned a worldwide reputation for excellence in three main segments: Surgery, Aesthetics and Art.
Quanta System Surgery, Aesthetics and Art LaserWhat else would you expect from an Italian company? Quanta simply follows the tradition of great inventors like Leonardo, Galileo, Volta, Marconi, Meucci and Fermi and other great discoverers like Colombo, Vespucci, Marco Polo and Verrazzano. Our genius and aesthetic sense are derived from the Italian tradition of Masters of art like Raffaello, Leonardo, Bernini, Bramante, Caravaggio, and Tiziano. Discovery becomes our strongest value, even surpassing the strength of our Italian pride, culture, innovation and research. Among Quanta’s top stakeholders is His Holiness the Pope.
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