Measure. Detect. Protect.
All humans leave a footprint on this Earth – whether it is culture, living, a progress of evolution, pollution or even worse – war. Over decades, hundreds and thousands of years those footprints get more and more hidden under the surface. But they remain and need to be handled carefully – either to protect history and learn from it or to protect ourselves while removing the vast amount of explosives remnants of war.
SENSYS mission is to pay in on that, supplying survey devices and solutions for non-destructive evaluation of areas. As a developer and manufacturer our task is to investigate into survey methods and cover them with hardware and software, made to operate in the field. We support those in the field who are driven to improve and protect all of us.
As we know, that just being there in the field can be challenging, so we always stay aside to support, assist and maintain our devices so that the operation can continue. Our clients behave in very sensitive environments, so customer service is a key for us – and them.
Our magnetometers and survey solutions are made to measure, detect and protect whatever is in danger.
The Historic “Intersputnik”
The satellite earth station Neu Golm, also known as satellite earth station Intersputnik, was the only station for the transfer of commercial communication data in the GDR in times of where Germany was divided into East and West. The station is located around 50km Southeast of Berlin between Fürstenwalde and Bad Saarow.
The station was operated between 1975 and 1996. In times of the GDR the station was connected to the Intersputnik satellite net in order to relay and receive telephone, television and radio signals.
After the re-union of Germany in 1990, the Deutsche Telekom took over and modernized the station, before it was closed in 1996 due to inefficiency of satellite data transfer.
The eyecatcher of the station is the 12m parabolic antenna TNA-57 on top of the cylindric main building. The building itselfs follow a construction scheme called Orbita-2 that was built up the same way in other countries connected to the Intersputnik net.
Nowadays, all electronics were dismantled and the earth station is used by SENSYS as the company office.