Imprint | Sitemap

    PhilosophyManagementCompany historyReferences
      Your path: Company  >  Company history


History of B+S MULTIDATA

Technological leadership and customer orientation have been responsible for our success. Below the milestones of our developments:


Strategic opening of the B+S INTEGRA platform for software packages like MATLAB, DASYLab and μ-REMUS
Development of the new high speed STG module


ME5 software version 2.0: Data acquisition under Windows XP
Restructuring and foundation of the BS² MULTIDATA GmbH


Introduction of the windows-based software ME5 version 1.0
20 years of B+S Software und Messtechnik GmbH, 25 employees

since 1999

Development of a whole range of modules for the M3 INTEGRA system (ANA-ISO, ICP®, MICP, LVDT, ...)


Introduction of the M3 INTEGRA system: mobile, modular extendable pc-based data acquisition system, all-in-one design; up to 5000 channels


First M3 system, the predecessor of the INTEGRA system with Pentium processor; modular design


MULTIDATA I-F and MULTIDATA I-F SIG: miniature data acquisition systems for PC connection, 8 analogue channels


Development of extensions (Extended Docking Stations) for the M II-family


Introduction of the industrial notebook based family MULTIDATA II-F/I. All aluminium housing, extended module concept, counter and thermocouple modules, 32 channels and 250 kHz


Introduction of notebook based systems MULTIDATA II-F/N, using the docking station principle with detachable computers, 32 channels and 250 kHz
First sales activities in the US and Asia


MULTIDATA IV-2/F: Measurement systems for lab applications resp. mobile applications; 5 resp. 10 slots for measurement cards (analogue, thermo and STG signals)


First sales activities in France, followed by other European countries


M II-F/T12 : First PC-based data acquisiton system based on a Toshiba laptop with 8 channels and 125 kHz processor


MULTIDATA III-F: Data acquisition system with electroluminiscent flat screen, developed for field applications of slow signals and transient events


First B+S data acquisition system MULTIDATA III with MC 68000 processor, 32 analogue channels and 2 MB dynamic RAM for laboratory applications of slow signals and transient events


Foundation of B+S Software und Messtechnik GmbH by physicist Dr. R. Badman and electrical engineer Horst Schwanke