Awards

MTS has been the innovation leader for fully hydraulic add-on compactors and soil improvement for many years now thanks to numerous innovative product developments.

The Hayingen-based civil engineering specialist has revolutionised the geometry, hydraulics and other components of conventional compaction technology time and again over the last few years with the development of several generations of add-on compactors and has been honoured with numerous awards for its groundbreaking inventions. The result is a technically sophisticated modular system that converts standard compactors into real all-rounders through the use of various additional options (WA, X3, etc.).

A few examples of the most important awards in the company's history are listed below: 

 

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    2016: First ESNC award for "Building site of the 21st century".

    One of the trailblazers for the BIM future
    paperless, but not planless. This is how the building site of the 21st century works. MTS was crowned the state winner of the "European Satellite Navigation Competition 2016" (ESNC) for a guideline that regulates the processes of civil engineering projects by means of position tracking.

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    2016: VDBUM Incentive Award for large pipe laying unit

    Award-winning cooperation project
    MTS AG, in close cooperation with Gollwitzer GmbH, developed a special solution, which was nominated for the BAUMA Innovation Award and received the VBUM Incentive Award, so that even large-diameter pipes can be quickly and safely unloaded from the HGV, stored temporarily, picked up again and installed:

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    2016/17: R&D seal of approval for MTS research activities

    Honoured for special commitment
    MTS Maschinentechnik Schrode AG was awarded a seal of approval by the Donors' Association (www.stifterverband.org) for its "special commitment to research and development". With good reason, because MTS invests around ten percent of its turnover in its research and development work every year:

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    2013: The Kreissparkasse Reutlingen Innovation Award

    The KSK Foundation presents awards for hydraulic pipe shifting adapters and compaction assistants
    The Kreissparkasse foundation presented two first prizes to MTS AG at this year's innovation award ceremony. The hydraulic pipe shifting adapter and the compaction assistant, the two latest product innovations from the Hayingen automation specialist, were presented with awards.

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    2012: Gardening & Landscaping Innovation Award

    The interchangeable adapter compactor of the Hayingen automation specialist MTS, which is traded as a "Swiss knife", was awarded this year's Gardening & Landscaping Innovation Award Medal at the 20th International Trade Fair for Urban Green and Open Spaces.

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    2011: The Kreissparkasse Reutlingen Innovation Award

    Well-informed experts nominated the Hayingen automation specialist MTS for its latest product innovation: an X3 high-frequency compactor with interchangeable adapter and energy-autonomous frequency control. The new compactor model can be equipped with various interchangeable plates thanks to the modular design principle and uses an X3 switching stage to adapt the impact force and frequency to the specific compaction requirements.

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    2011: Dr. Rudolf Eberle Award: State innovation award

    Last Thursday, Minister Nils Schmid presented this year's Dr. Rudolf Eberle Award to the Hayingen automation specialist MTS and 5 other companies. MTS received the state innovation award, worth a total of 50,000 euros, for the X3 high-frequency compactor, which can be upgraded with an interchangeable adapter and rotary mechanism. MTS CEO Rainer Schrode accepted the honorary award at a ceremonial presentation in the Haus der Wirtschaft in Stuttgart.

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  • 2000: ”BussinessChance2000” Innovation Award

    The "BusinessChance2000" award ceremony at the CyberKongress in Karlsruhe
    for innovative business ideas from research and universities was held as part of the "BusinessChance2000 - From idea to company" competition organised by the Information Centre for Business Start-ups of the Baden-Württemberg State Trade Office ifex, the Partner Network for Business Start-ups from Stuttgart Universities PUSH! and the Karlsruhe Business Start-Up Initiative KEIM.

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