History

Today

Currently TRIGIS consists of 158 employees. Thanks to the pooling of know-how in the areas of engineering surveying, 3D laser scanning, photogrammetry & remote sensing, cartography and geoinformation, TRIGIS offers its customers solutions for various geodata problems "from a single source".

2012

Small-scale flights with drones (UAVs) is introduced and employed for building documentation, inspection and topographic photo applications. This technology closes the gap between terrestrial surveying and aerial photography. At the same time, mobile data acquisition and 3D visualisation are added to the services offered.

2009

Together with the partners Mr. Aicke Damrau and Dr. Günter Kuscher the aerial photography company, GeoFly GmbH, is founded in Magdeburg. A close cooperation is established with the planning company Fischer-Teamplan AG and a joint subsidiary (TRIGIS Fischer GmbH) is established in Erftstadt (North Rhine-Westphalia).

2006

The field of 3D laser scanning is established. The area of remote sensing is positioned as a new competency. This enables a marked increase in the realisation of international projects.

2004

The Institute for Geo-Informationsystems (IGIS) with 30 employees is integrated as a new TRIGIS branch in Leipzig. This extends the profile to include the areas of network documentation, aerial photogrammetry and cartography.

1999

The entire company is certified according to DIN EN ISO 9001. The first international projects are completed.

1994

After fusing with the engineering firm Friedrich & Partner, the company takes the new name "TRIGIS". Branch offices in Mühlhausen, Weimar, Chemnitz and Berlin are founded. Especially due to strong demand from utilities network operators, TRIGIS builds the service and professional expertise in the field of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to establish itself as a full service provider.

1990

The company is founded as "Vermessungsbüro Miadowitz" in Gera. In the years after the German reunification, we focussed mainly on engineering surveys for the many infrastructure projects.

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