The only Austrian technical inspection association (Technischer Überwachungs-Verein, [TÜV]), TÜV AUSTRIA, and its +3 200 employees in +30 countries have excellently mastered the challenges of the previous year. The TÜV AUSTRIA Group is once again among the trend TOP 500 and can report an impressive progression from 400th place (in 2021) to 373rd place.
The ranking of the business magazine trend ranks Austria’s largest companies based on their turnover. “The performance of Austria’s largest companies in 2022 was better than expected: The country’s top companies largely performed well and achieved sales growth significantly above the rate of inflation,” trend summarises the result.
The current TÜV AUSTRIA Annual Report 2022 brings a compact overview of the activities of the TÜV AUSTRIA Group in the most successful year in the company’s history, which was also the 150th anniversary of the only Austrian TÜV.
On 116 pages, the annual report presents highlights from Austria and many countries around the world, conveying the radiance, dynamism and, above all, the high level of acceptance of TÜV AUSTRIA’s independent expertise in the areas of safety, quality, innovation, research, sustainability and environmental protection. The current annual report in German and English has the motto Living the Future and shows what TÜV AUSTRIA is all about. The constant look ahead, the spirit of research and innovation and an individual, increasingly digital, solution portfolio for customers and partners.
TÜV AUSTRIA supports Burkina Faso school project
Bethel High School Opening in Sight
Three years after the start of construction, the Nanoro project is nearing completion. The buildings have been erected, the photovoltaic system has been installed, and in October Bethel High School will open its doors to the first 300 students. TÜV AUSTRIA has been supporting the project since 2019.
The Seal of Quality for Artificial Intelligence
Austria’s first AI testing and qualification hub
TÜV AUSTRIA and the Software Competence Center Hagenberg (SCCH) announced the founding of Austria’s first AI testing and qualification hub at a press conference with the Governor of Upper Austria Mag. Thomas Stelzer and the Provincial Minister for Economics and Research Markus Achleitner.