New office in Bengaluru: Frauscher reinforces India expansion

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New office in Bengaluru: Frauscher reinforces India expansion

Fabian Schwarz | 14.03.2018 | 980 words | 7 minutes reading time

In only five years since the market entry in 2013, we have achieved strong growth in India. Approximately 100 employees research, develop, produce and sell innovative railway sensor technology systems, successfully addressing the specific challenges of the Indian market with newly designed and adapted products. To meet increasing demands, our staff in Bengaluru recently moved to a new office in the Prestige Khoday Tower, No. 5, Raj Bhavan Road, where visitors will now be welcome in representative premises for discussions and trainings.

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Under the spell of the tiger

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Under the spell of the tiger

Christian Pucher | 16.02.2018 | 1929 words | 13 minutes reading time

Indian success story: Michael Thiel, CEO Frauscher Sensor Technology, and Alok Sinha, Managing Director Frauscher India, discuss the location's progress since 2013. It is the story of a successful strategy that uses know-how and openness to successfully meet specific needs.

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A “Schuhplattler” for the 30th anniversary

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A “Schuhplattler” for the 30th anniversary

Stefan Daller | 02.11.2017 | 704 words | 5 minutes reading time

A 1980’s innovative start-up that has grown to a global technology leader with more than 350 employees – the foundation for this success story was laid in 1987 by Josef Frauscher, when he invented his first inductive wheel sensor for detecting railway train wheels. Now in 2017 we’re celebrating our company’s 30th anniversary.

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“To foster mutual understanding”

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“To foster mutual understanding”

Stefan Daller | 17.05.2017 | 286 words | 2 minutes reading time

The De Sales Music Academy in Bengaluru, India is a music school modelled on Austrian pattern. Seven years after its opening it will be expanded by a language school. Frauscher is supporting this project with 15,000 euros – about one million Indian rupees.

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