B-finder system meets the requirements of the CE and FCC criteria.
patent in Asia
B-finder system was patented in first Asian country.
patent in Europe
B-finder system was patented in first European country.
patent in Africa
B-finder system was patented in first African country.
The Polish Investment & Trade Agency grant for internationalization of B-finder.
The Marshal Office grant
B-finder Team starts the research project supported by the Marshal Office of the Wielkopolska Region in Poznan grant.
B-finderTM is protected trademark.
starting prototype test
The prototype test in real conditions.
The National Centre for Research and Development grant
B-finder Team receives The National Centre for Research and Development grant for integration and testing the prototype.
The Polish Agency for Enterprise Development grant
B-finder receives government funding for patent protection on target markets around the world.
The first public presentation of B-finder system in WindEurope Summit in Hamburg has been awarded.
Initiation of the patent protection procedure.
B-finder is born
Eureka. The result of 100 cumulative years of bats & birds monitoring for wind power.
in Big Five
After ten years of activity in Poland, EMPEKO has ranked among the first five companies in wildlife research in terms of the number of completed projects.
Establishment of EMPEKO S.A., a non stock exchange joint-stock company. Still small, family owned enterprise.
first wind power project
EMPEKO has finished the first project for wind power industry. In next years environmental service for wind power projects will be the majority of company’s portfolio.
Short after university graduation Michał starts the professional adventure with wildlife research and environmental consulting. Jan and Paweł join the crew soon.
Paweł begins study in environmental protection spec. ecology & protection of animals. Michał starts biology spec. ecology & natural resources management. Three years later Jan inaugurates geography spec. GIS.
Brothers Paweł, Michał and Jan buy first binoculars and borrow Sokołowski handbook from small suburbian library, where they begin observations of animals.