Roctest designs, manufactures and markets high-precision sensors and measurement instruments mainly for the civil engineering, medical, energy and industrial sectors. The Company is known for its state-of-the-art technologies, the quality of its technical expertise and its capacity for new product development.
Roctest is a world leader manufacturer of instrumentation used in civil engineering projects such as dams, tunnels and other large infrastructures, including high-rise buildings and mines. It has been in business since 1967. Its products are sold in more than 75 countries by direct sales and through an international distributor network.
In 1991, Telemac, a pioneer in vibrating wire technology and field instrumentation since its foundation in Paris, in 1947, also joined forces with Roctest. Recognized as a world leader, Telemac completes the Roctest product range with its line of measuring/monitoring equipment and inductive sensors.
In 1994, Roctest acquired FISO Technologies, a manufacturer of fiber optic sensors and signal conditioners which measure strain, temperature, pressure, refractive index and displacement.
In 2006, Roctest acquired Smartec SA, a private Swiss company specializing in the development, production and distribution of measurement and structural health monitoring systems based on fiber optics. By acquiring Smartec, the Roctest has become the only manufacturer of measuring instruments for the geotechnical and civil engineering markets to offer a complete set of technologies and solutions to meet the challenging requirements of these fields of applications.
Roctest headquarter is located in St.Lambert, near Montreal, Canada.
FISO Technologies is located in Quebec City, Canada.
Smartec SA is located in Lugano, Switzerland.
Telemac is located in Gretz-Armainvilliers, near Paris, France.
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