Passion for electronics with a practical attitude and an eye towards research

Active from 1999, Sanitas EG is a full design center: despite the small dimensions, we are able to cover the whole design flow from feasibility study and requirement definition to complete designs and prototypes development, managing full test activities and small volume production, too.

We have proven skills in design and development of both turnkey solutions and strictly collaborative designs together with the Customer. 

In particular we came up with a solid experience on FPGA development, resulting also in a ready-to-use IP core library. 

Thanks to more than 20 years of activities we have continuously gained expertise on the most relevant markets: Space/Avionics, Industrial , Machine Vision, Automotive, Medical, Telecommunications.

As a result of our background – Sanitas EG three co-founders after graduating in Physics maintained and enlarged their contacts within the research ecosystem –   we can boast about many connections with Universities and National Research Institute.


Present and past collaborations


Istituto Nazionale di Astrofisica - Italian National Institute for Astrophysics

Research collaboration on radiation-induced faults identification and tolerance techniques in FPGA devices.

Politecnico di Torino

Research collaboration on a Single Board Computer for space applications

Oxford University

Collaboration within the SKA (Square Kilometer Array telescope) project


Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare – Italian National Nuclear Physics Institute

Research activities on scientific image processing by means of neural networks.

Politecnico di Milano

Information and Electronics Department

Educational activity

Universidad Antonio Nebrija

Madrid, Spain

Research activity on fault-tolerance and self checking circuits

University of Bologna


Research activity on fault-tolerance and self checking circuits

University of Ferrara

Educational activity

University of Milan

Educational activity


Industrial research and prototyping activity