Doing good together

Even though the new year is already in full swing, there was still an important matter from 2023 for us to address this week: With our visit to the Bärenherz Children’s Hospice, we were able to personally present our Christmas donation of €1,000.

Being on-site once again confirmed that it was the right decision to forego sending Christmas cards and gifts to our business partners and instead make a donation for a good cause. Under the motto “Doing good and helping together,” we were able to support the valuable work of the Bärenherz Children’s Hospice in Wiesbaden with the saved budget.



iocto sensor optimises production at LEAX

We are delighted to yet again start the year with positive feedback from our customers. This time, the good news comes all the way from Latvia, where the LEAX Group is successfully using our iocto NP330-F Water in Oil Sensor.

The international group of companies specialises in CNC machining for a huge variety of sectors, for example the vehicle, mining and construction industries and the world of agriculture.

According to the responsible LEAX Engineering Manager, our product solutions have enabled the group to optimise production processes in terms of quality, safety and costs at its site in Latvia.

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Into working life with iocto

This month, iocto is all about supporting young talent. Starting with the welcome of our new apprentices by our CEOs, up to the internship and training fair MTK 2023 on 17.10. in the Konrad-Adenauer-Schule in Kriftel: We are happy to welcome a new generation!

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iocto at the MEORGA

For the second time this year, we are exhibitors at the MEORGA special fair in Landshut! On October 18, 2023, you have the opportunity to discover our diverse options for your company at booth R4.

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iocto supports team of TU Darmstadt

Just before the start of the international SensUs competition for biosensing, we visited the TUcanSense team of the Technical University of Darmstadt on Friday. Our CEO, Stefan Schmitt, and project manager Paul Schumacher handed over a check in the amount of 2,500 euros for the research project. After an inspiring look behind the scenes, a lively discussion took place with the students about the significant relevance of biosensor technology today and in the future.

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