6 April 2021
At the picturesque Walensee/Switzerland, Geobrugg operates a test center in a closed mine to subject products to rockburst tests. To test at an even faster rate, we opened a second mining test facility in the spring.
1 March 2021
A milestone for rockfall protection: India's first 10,000 kJ rockfall barrier - the strongest in the world, has been installed in Malchej Ghat. The ring net barrier protects a vital highway. The area is famous among tourists and unfortunately notorious for frequent rockfalls. Watch the video
15 December 2020
F1 safety equipment manufacturers join forces for a groundbreaking lighting project. A new lighting system developed by two leading F1 circuit suppliers is set to lead to more night races for championships worldwide by reducing costs and simplifying the logistics involved.
4 December 2020
The new photovoltaic system helps Geobrugg reduce its CO2 footprint: It saves up to 253 tons of CO2 emissions annually. A positive side-effect for the employees: in summer, production halls heat up less due to shading.
2 December 2020
As of December 1, 2020, Geobrugg AG, headquartered in Romanshorn, Switzerland, will take over the long-standing business partner GEOP, based in Portes-lès-Valence, France. Until now GEOP was part of CAN Croissance from Mirmande, France.
20 November 2020
Major construction work is accelerating at Indonesia’s Mandalika International Street Circuit in preparation to host MotoGP’s first-ever street circuit race and potentially its biggest ever crowd. Swiss company Geobrugg has now shipped 1,550 mobile debris fence panels for placement around the circuit and 31 moulds to create the concrete blocks that are essential for each turn. These will arrive at the track, on the island of Lombok, in January with an aim to complete circuit construction by mid-2021.
30 September 2020
We proudly invite you to our first virtual GEO-Summit. The Summit includes several high profile speakers who will present the latest research in the world of Geohazards.
1 September 2020
In September 2020, the Geobrugg GUARD, a device for remote monitoring of barriers, enters the European market. Developed for the most adverse environmental conditions, GUARD monitors rockfall and debris flow barriers, avalanche barriers, or similar systems.
8 June 2020
This RXE-2000 barrier is over 5 meters high. The tree was about 22 meters high and weighs nearly 9 tons. The replacement of the affected rings and the post is planned. The suspension rope will not be damaged.
23 March 2020
At Geobrugg, we take the outbreak and worldwide spread of the coronavirus seriously. The protection and health of our employees, customers, suppliers, and other partners is our highest priority. At the same time, we aim to make our solutions available in the best possible way and to be there for you as the reliable partner that you are used to.
27 February 2020
The creation of Zandvoort's unique banking has been a joint effort between circuit design and safety companies across the world.
15 January 2020
Geobrugg's TECCO® system has once again received approval from the German Federal Railway Authority. The system fulfills the rigorous requirements since 2009 and is allowed to be used for slope stabilization on the federal railways. Approval in German (28 pages)
16 December 2019
112 meters of a flexible ring net barrier with a capacity of over 10,000 kJ! Installed in Mölltal, Austria, protecting a residential area and the main traffic route. See a videoclip of the prehistory and the installation itself here.
13 December 2019
Representatives of Geobrugg took part in the forum Infrastructure Initiatives Of Business organized by the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs and held on November 29, 2019 in Moscow. Check where to meet teams from Geobrugg all over the world.
9 December 2019
The installation of FIA homologated debris fences has begun at the Zandvoort circuit, Netherlands, a key milestone for upgrading the track to host Formula 1 in 2020.
4 December 2019
The Geobrugg SPIDER® avalanche prevention system protects the main road on the island Sørøya / Norway from avalanches and rockfalls during the snow-free period.
See footage of the installation in the fantastic landscape.
Find project Details here