International Girls in ICT Day 


At our company, we are proud to have three talented women on our team who are leading the way in ICT. They serve as role models for the next generation of young women interested in pursuing a career in this industry. Three talented women who demonstrate that women play an important role in the ICT industry and that their contributions to innovation and success in the company are invaluable. Let's now take a closer look at the careers of Nina Wagner, Regula Gerber and Petra Kovacs. 

Nina Wagner is our ICT project manager. Her focus is on design in virtual 3D space. Visualization, animation and creation of virtual realities (VR/AR) are among her main tasks. She uses her experience and knowledge to create 3D digital twins to perfect our clients' machines. 

Regula Gerber is our fullstack developer. She contributes significantly to the development of customer solutions by programming our software vHUB. The vHUB is our cloud solution for 3D data. 

Petra Kovacs is our ICT marketing manager. She is the central point in the company for product and market information and the mouthpiece to the outside world. She plans, controls and monitors all analog and digital communication channels.  

Today, April 27, is International Girls in ICT Day, a day designed to encourage and empower girls and young women to pursue careers in information and communications technology (ICT). As technology continues to shape our world, it is important that we have diverse perspectives and voices contributing to its development. 

The day was first proclaimed by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) in 2011 and has since grown into a global movement, with events and activities in over 170 countries. 

We believe that the future of technology is bright and that girls and young women have a critical role to play in shaping that future. On this International Day of Girls in ICT, we want to celebrate the achievements of women in the technology industry and commit to doing our part to support the next generation of women ICT leaders.

Author: Petra Kovacs