Calender Sheet May: No path too far: IMA data travels around the world.
Its 8848 metres make it the highest mountain of the world, it lies in the middle of the Himalayas, the path up to its summit takes weeks: Mount Everest. The anniversary of the first ascent is celebrated on the 29th of May. Back in 1953, Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay disproved the myth of the invincibility of the mountain and thereby took their well-earned places in the history book. In 1978 Reinhold Messner and Peter Habeler climbed up to the roof of the world without supplementary oxygen for the very first time. – A fascination which demands the highest standards and motivation simultaneously. Here at IMA Dresden, no path is also too far and no terrain too impassable. We execute measuring tests all over the world – irrespective of whether in Melbourne, Helsinki, Düsseldorf or Dresden. From inspecting and testing the cow gate in the cow shed, to the special examination on the dome of the Dresden Hofkirche – we know no obstacles and are on site with our non-destructive examinations, no matter on which continent.