About CAETEC

CAETEC-Gebäude / CAETEC Building

A whole new generation of mobile measurement technology - a vision that at the beginning our history was. And this idea we have today consistently pursued and developed.

We have always remained true to what is important to us:


  • Innovation is our top priority: Many of our developments have become standard in the mobile measurement technology, eg distributed measurement modules and modular data logger.
  • Development and production technology, we rely solely on new and high technologies.
  • In the future we want to always be one step ahead of new technology and open standards.


Company Milestones:

From our vision of mobile measurement technology in 1999 we laid the foundation with the idea for QIC module series. 2002 founded Stephan Bacher, Tobias Prousa and Peter Hütt the CAETEC GbR Olching.

We still have our headquarter in Olching just outside Munich. The proximity to world-class electronics suppliers, universities as well as at various technology companies with excellent opportunities to use the latest technologies and to find talented employees.

2016
INDUS Holding AG acquires one hundred percent of company shares

2015
Presentation of the new, more powerful ARCOS 1.5
Expansion of our test facility with a Logger HIL-test bench

2014
Sales start in the US and launch of CLFD Box

2013
Expanding sales in China with Country Manager, service staff and warehouse in Beijing

2012
We are celebrating our 10th anniversary and present our fresh new logo
1. Place of 'MessTec & Sensor Masters Award 2012' for the NANOS CAN data logger

2011
Launch CLIC modules

2010
Renamed CAETEC GmbH and launch μCROS

2009
First ARCOS users forum

2008
Market introduction of the modular ARCOS data logger system
First Place the 'MessTec & Sensor Masters Award 2008' for the ARCOS system

2007
Move to larger premises in the company Industriestraße 1

2006
Launch of the CAR PC and start developing for the ARCOS data logger

2005
Introduction of QIC HT module series with the thermocouple 8 HT and the Analog 4 HT

2004
QIC module portfolio completed with Counter 4, PT100 and DMS
Sales start in France
Hiring of the first employees

2003
Expansion of the QIC module range with analog 8, 32 and Universal Digital

2002
Establishing the CAETEC GbR and adoption of QIC Thermal 16-module licensed from Městec GmbH

1999
A vision is implemented in hardware.


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