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What we do
We believe in improving people's lives, making the world a smarter, simpler and safer place. Our 60 year heritage and deep knowledge in sensors, communications, cyber and AI means our people are uniquely placed to combine and apply these technologies in ways that keep people safe whilst unlocking value.
Innovating. Moving fast. Building trust. We're working closely with our customers to solve real-world critical challenges.
The diversity of our knowledge base means we support customers in a variety of markets - from the depths of the oceans to outer space. We collaborate with organisations that spot opportunities, manage their risks and want to exploit the advantages of digital transformation.
Our longstanding tradition of world-changing innovation ensures that our products and services help our customers succeed today and into the future.
We give our employees the time to work on their craft and hone their skills, the trust to self-manage their working days and the freedom to take on projects that mean the most.
We employ smart, dedicated and creative people in engineering, consultancy and business support roles, and we're looking for individuals who enjoy a challenge and want to make a difference. Do you have what it takes?
Roke gives you access to the technical skills and agile minds of more than 600 engineers and consultants. Applying our experience and expertise, we transform businesses and organisations across all sectors by bringing the physical and digital worlds together.
Did you know?
Key parts of our Miniature Radar Altimeters (MRAs) have been thoroughly tested on a 200 million kilometre flight through space to Mars, as part of the Beagle 2 Mars Lander.
Did you know?
Developed in 2001, the world-renowned ball tracking system has its roots in Roke, where it was conceived and created. Hawk-Eye has been a ground-breaking addition to many sports over the years, most famously in tennis and cricket. It works via six or more high-performance cameras, normally positioned on the underside of the stadium roof, which track the ball from different angles.