Military University of Technology (WAT) operating since 1951. As a public institution supervised by the Minister of National Defence Academy educates students and conducts research.
The prestige and reputation of the University is highly qualified teaching science, including over 90 professors, 100 associate professors close and 402 doctors. Their number guarantees the fulfilment of legal requirements pursuit of the higher faculties and award doctoral degrees and postdoctoral in selected scientific disciplines. A total of WAT is currently more than 800 teachers.
The Academy conducts research, implementation and modernization in the field of technical sciences and the military. Involvement in everyday scientific work contributes to the many achievements that are rewarded both in Poland and abroad. The Military University of Technology as a recognized, enjoying a high reputation polytechnic university, cooperates with many domestic universities, institutions and research centres, including from Warsaw University of Technology, Poznan University of Technology, Institute of Fundamental Technological Research, and many others. Ecumenical co-operative ties also with universities and institutes abroad in more than 20 countries in Europe, America and Asia.
Elproma Electronics was launched in 1992 as a branch of the Dutch company Elproma Electronics. In the beginning, the enterprise dealt with the distribution of Printer Sharing Units and electromechanical components. The ever-changing market quickly nullified the need of providing printer sharing units on a large scale, and Elproma Polska focused on the development of the distribution of high-quality switches and electromechanical connectors. We were one of the first companies in Poland, in the nineties, which set trends in the domestic production of electronics. Back then, awareness increased among Polish companies and they began to switch from Chinese components to high-quality products of well-known brands. It was possible thanks to a wide range of parts provided by well-known manufacturers such as C & K, Samtec, MEC, Lorlin and Bulgin. A rich experience in distribution, built over a span of 12 years, allowed us to expand our portfolio with GSM / GPS components/modules which, in the years between 2002 and 2005, were the main segment of the dynamically evolving M2M (Machine to Machine communication) industry. Excellent knowledge of the Polish electronics production market enabled us to acquire Motorola – a leader of this branch – as our partner. After achieving the best sales results in Europe, we were invited by Motorola to form a technology partnership. We have changed from a 4-person company in 1993 to one employing about 50 people in 2021.