We entered the market in 2011 as a design office and ever since we have been experiencing rocket speed growth. We started with ten people but in 2017 we already had 50 and now there are almost 200 employees.
You can find us in two places in the Czech Republic. In Mladá Boleslav, where we develop and test various functions and components that you will sooner or later find in your car.
In Liberec, where we build parts for everything that flies or drives. Thanks to our work, we get to visit places that others cannot, and we know about the latest innovations in the automotive industry even five years in advance.
We pay attention to quality and safety, which is why we are certified according to ISO 9001 and Tisax standards.
Our activities cover a wide range of development and 3D modelling activities, e.g. visualization of components and parts, DMU analyses, not only in the automotive industry.
The purpose of our work is to achieve better performance and results – both in our and your company. We will be happy to consult with you on tender proceedings, selection and purchase of HW and SW as well as benchmarking issues.
Effective use of systems will save you a lot of time and money. Do not try to come up with every solution by yourself. We will be happy to train you and your employees in the effective use of Catia software including feasibility studies and budget planning.
Not sure how to proceed with installation? That does not matter. We will be happy to help you with installation as well as with technical and application support.
Detailed knowledge of the field and practical experience allow us to take responsibility for the development and testing of vehicle infotainment systems and provide a functional application for a specific model line.
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Entry Engineering s.r.o. implements the project called “Development workplace for automation of testing of the OCU system and electronic components in the automotive industry”. The aim of the project is to expand the existing research and development capacities of Entry Engineering and add new development equipment with the intention to streamline the development process dealing with automation of electronic systems and components.