SwissMonitor and Terradata together into the future!
The renowned monitoring and engineering surveying department of BSF Swissphoto AG, Terradata AG and Terradata SE AG, which is specialized in geotechnical measurements, join forces and know-how in the joint company Terradata AG. This will create the largest provider of surveying and geomonitoring services in Switzerland.
The companies complement each other perfectly and together they are ideally equipped to meet the challenges of a dynamic market. The new 90-strong team of surveying and civil engineers, geophysicists, electronic engineers and computer scientists measures, monitors and documents - wherever buildings, infrastructures, soil and natural hazards play the main role.
Innovative monitoring solutions, services and products for the rapidly growing monitoring market will continue to be developed and offered under the well-known "SwissMonitor" brand. Solutions that allow the early detection and prevention of hazards and thus create security.
Eight locations in Switzerland guarantee you even faster availability and cost-effectiveness.
Mario Studer will join the management of Terradata AG. The transaction will be implemented during the 2nd quarter of 2020. Until then, all your current contacts of the engineering surveying department of BSF Swissphoto will remain available under the same phone numbers and email addresses.
BSF Swissphoto AG will focus on its two core businesses 3D Mapping and International Consulting at its current locations.
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On June 7th 2017, the Symposium for Constructional Dynamics took place in Dübendorf, Switzerland.
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