Macq: A success story
Macq and Cie were founded in August 1923. Clément Macq, passionate about radio, became an entrepreneur! He designed his first wireless receiver.
In 1946, spectography equipment was created, which opened a path to industrial electronics. In 1961, the first digital voltmeter was designed in Europe: a widely used innovation for studying Concorde structures.
1968: Yvon Macq succeeded Clément Macq.
1968 is a key date in the company’s history, with the design of a first generation of programmable logic controllers.
1983: UNIX became the Macq operating system. This is an open and efficient system applied to road traffic management, smart buildings and industrial process management.
1997: François Macq took control over the company’s destiny. This very year, Macq obtained its ISO 9001 certification.
2001: iCAR was created: a range of integrated products for vehicle registration plate recognition, counting and classification.
2010: Macq Electronique became “macq”! The company left its 50 members of staff limit behind itself and grew.
More than 90 years of existence… Three generations and still the same company spirit: engineers pushing the boundaries of what is possible.