Some technology companies started in a garage.
Ours was born in a Bavarian barn.
With our own hands and the help of our friends, we transformed a dairy barn into our first office and soon after, our first production facility. For a while, cows outnumbered employees – but, no more. Today, TQ has a workforce of more than 1,700 highly skilled engineers, technicians and support staff, with locations around the world, building products that help lead the way in embedded modules, robotics, mobility, automation and aviation.
In commercial aviation, electronics from TQ are flying aboard virtually every current aircraft from the world’s largest manufacturers such as Boeing and Airbus, as well as thousands of general aviation aircraft in Europe; including singles, twins, gliders, homebuilts and balloons. Anywhere size, weight, efficiency, and simplicity are highly valued.
Now, beginning at AirVenture 2019, we are entering the general aviation market in North America. And, just as in the beginning of our company, we are starting out small – but with a very clear vision of quickly building an ever-larger presence.
We’ve come a long way from humble beginnings – but it is those very beginnings that gave us the DNA that pervades every product TQ builds, and every action we take. We can actually sum it up it two words: Undeniably German.