- PRESENTATION -
With a turnover of €29 million in 2017, Vitaprotech has notably arisen as a result of the merger in 2014 of Sorhea and Til Technologies led by Eric Thord.
Founded in 1987 in the Lyon region, SORHEA is a pioneer in the detection of physical intrusions nearby sensitive areas in France thanks to its high performance infrared barriers, and holds 25% of the French market.
Founded in 1988 in Aix-en-Provence, TIL Technologies is also the leader in its segment in France with 20% of the market, thanks to its supervising software for access control systems of critical sites. Investing about 10% of their turnover in R&D, both brands design high-end solutions they market through a network of integrators, for operators of vital importance in France or their equivalent in other countries (power generation facilities, utilities, prisons, logistics infrastructure, public safety/defense sites, bank and insurance headquarters, etc.).
The group began its internationalisation a few years ago through three build-up operations (United States, Canada, Belgium) and carries out 22% of its activity abroad. Vitaprotech employs approximately 160 people spread over five sites, including two in France.