History

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Heliotrop

A heliotrope (from the Greek: "turned to the sun") is a mirror that reflects sunlight that was developed by Carl Friedrich Gauß to visualize distant survey points. For this purpose, the sunlight is reflected at the target point with a mirror in the direction of the distant theodolite standpoint.

Company development

1995: Foundation of the company
1996: Expansion of our business activities to all German states; opening of the Rhein - Ruhr branch office
1998: Expansion of the business segments to the field of geoinformatics (GIS and NIS) as well as control surveys for developers
2000: Continuous adaptation of business activities to market demands such as facility management
2001: Opening of the office in Leipzig, enlargement of mine surveying operations
2002: Certification pursuant to DIN EN ISO 9001:2000
2004: Expansion of the routing of overhead power lines business activity
2007: Expansion of the pipelining business activity
2011: Third recertification pursuant to DIN EN ISO 9001-2008; change of Managing Director within the framework of the orderly business succession
2014: Fourth recertification pursuant to DIN EN ISO 9001-2008
2015 Opening of the Ratingen branch and expansion of the evaluation of laser scanning data from large overhead lines, gas and cable lines business segment
2017: Certification pursuant to DIN EN ISO 9001:2015

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      D-09117 Chemnitz

   +49 (0)371 881 4627

  +49 (0)371 881 4489

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Our Company is to DIN EN ISO 9001:2015 certified.

Our Company is to DIN EN ISO 9001:2015 certified.