Not only software, but together with our customers we are also constantly developing and discovering new horizons, opening up new technologies and looking for new challenges.
The company Unicontrol Systemtechnik is founded by Siegfried Heinze as a software service company based in Hainichen. During the year the company employs 18 people.
Start of cooperation with VDO Car Communication Germany in Wetzlar with a focus on car radios, CD / MP for BMW and navigation. Relocation to the current company location in Frankenberg, Sachsenburger Weg 34.
Start of an in-house development of a digital instrument cluster "DKI" as a freely programmable instrument cluster (FPK).
Presentation of the "DKI" at the IAA PKW in Frankfurt am Main. Unicontrol was one of the first companies in the world to develop an FPK that meets the requirements of the automotive industry.
Unicontrol celebrates the 10th company anniversary. The second generation of the freely programmable, fully graphic display system uniVIEWSYS is presented. Up to four TFT displays can be integrated and supplied with different displays.
At the age of 81, Siegfried Heinze is giving up the position of managing director. Dr. Stephan Schmidtke takes over the operative business as sole managing director.
Continuation of the sustained high growth with double-digit sales growth rates with sales of approx. EUR 3.5 million. Creation of additional developer jobs by expanding the company by 350 square meters for the future growth of the company.
With app-based display solutions, Unicontrol qualifies for future tasks for connected cars.
With the purchase of the property at Sachsenburger Weg 34, an important cornerstone is laid for securing the company's growth-oriented development. IT security according to ISO / IEC 27001: 2013 certified by TÜV Süd. AUTOSAR and functional safety according to ISO 26262 are identified as future fields of action.
Unicontrol celebrates its 20th company anniversary and looks back on a successful history.
Unicontrol currently has 45 employees.
Dr. Stephan Schmidtke leaves the company after 10 successful years as managing director. His successor is Norman Thieme, a grandson of the founder Siegfried Heinze.