History Logbook

History Logbook

2021, Over 30 000 X-Rayl® Pointer in operation.
2021, Certification of the Sensor S3 Revision 002 ATEX and IECEx Ex ib IIC T6 Gb as well as Ex ib IIIC T85°C Db -40°C < Ta < +60°C
2020, Development of a Loading Sensor S3 on the basis of high precision distance measurement. The Sensor S3 as a platform is now capable of distance, temperature, pressure, attitude, vibration, acceleration Hi G and acceleration Low G
2020,  despite COVID 19 we continue to produce and deliver more than 400 devices per week without limitations. This thanks to a great team
2020,  All our S3 device were certified ATEX und IECEx (IIC T6 Gb)
2020, Sensor S3 released: our new Bluetooth Low Energy Sensor Platform
2020, Pointer S3 Released with better internal sensorsn and with both IEEE und Bluetooth Low Energy inside. Above all we have included SubGHz technology
2019, Enhanced ATEX Certification for X-Rayl® Pointer S2: II 2G Ex ib IIC T6 Gb for Gas and II 2D Ex ib IIIC T85°C Db for Dust
2019, Over 5000 X-Rayl® Pointer in operation.
2019, Release of the Wireless Laser Sensor (LF Sensor) for detection of the loading status of Schimns Wagons
2019, Release of the X-Rayl® Pointer “Silver Edition” featuring surface activation for better theft protection
2018, Over 3000 X-Rayl® Pointer in operation.2018, Member with ITSS
2018, Development of the Sensor Box with display.
2018, Development of the Sensor Box (2,4GHz) for Temperatures up to 260°C, tilt, humidity, derailment, loading status and laser ranging.
2018, Development of an algorithm for the detection of flat wheels.
2017, Over 1000 X-Rayl® Pointer in operation. Development of new Series 17M Pointer with almost 3 times more energy and better positioning precision.
2016, Certification as official Wago Solution Provider
2015, Upgrade of the X-Rayl® Pointer-System (Access Pointer) for the Notification System of the German Railways.
2015, Extension of the ATEX Certification (ATEX 94/9/EC) of  the X-Rayl® Solar Pointers to zone 1 and zone 21.
2014: Deployment of the DOT-Link Version 4.0 including features such as Geofencing for numerous customers and a Map-matching system for eye-contact analysis for the advertising industry.
2013: A wide range of new products are introduced to the market: Motion Sensor for position acquisition in tunnels, High Frequency Tracking Pointer, and Gateway Pointer.
2012: The X-Rayl® CamPointer for solar-powered remote surveillance reaches the market.
2012: Opening of the new operation site connected to a solar power plant in Leobendorf, Lower Austria
2011: The X-Rayl® mileage meter ODO2 is fully developed and records wagons’ traveled distances with an accuracy of 99.8%
2010: X-Rayl® is installed on flat cars transporting containers as part of intermodal freight transport.
2010: Implementation of a passenger information system based on X-Rayl® for the Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB)
2010: Development of a new solar-powered testing device, “Speech Pointer” (patent pending).
2009-2010: Schedule monitoring is introduced for passenger trains and marks the first involvement in passenger transportation
2009: Kilometrage (mileage) measurement; patent granted on payload sensor.
2008-2009: One successful research activity follows the other: Long-term solar tests are successfully concluded. Laser distance sensing for measuring load conditions of freight cars achieves market-readiness. Kilometrage (mileage) performance measurement is introduced and a patent is granted on the payload sensor.
2007: DB AG, DOT-Telematik’s largest and most long-standing customer, expands the use of X-Rayl® on its coaches.
2006: X-Rayl® is used on wagons of RCA, DB Netz, Railion, ERMEWA and OMV Europe-wide.
2005: A patent is granted on the solar-energy powered GPS positioning device “X-Rayl® Pointer”. Subsequently, within the same year, Rail Cargo Austria is the next company to place a bulk order.
2004: The German railway company Deutsche Bahn (DB) places the first substantial order for X-Rayl®. The quality and state of the GSM-R network are recorded in a position-dependent manner.
2003: Philipp Tarter dreams of offering innovative, ground-breaking telematics solutions but finds the market lacking flexible and functional products. He decided to found DOT-Telematik GmbH in order to be able to develop and produce solutions on his own.