We have come a long way since 1991

  • 1991

    Evatronix SA was founded in March 1991 by two engineers from the Silesian University of Technology in Gliwice: Wojciech Sakowski and Włodzimierz Wrona, right after they obtained their PhDEE degrees. The charter was to develop graphical front-end for hardware description language (VHDL) which was hot topic at the time. In order to fund the development the company started operations as a value added reseller of computer-aided design tools for mechanical and electronic engineers (CAD/ EDA) and importer of flatbed plotters from GCC (Taiwan).

  • 1993

    Evatronix SA receives the status of the Autodesk Authorized Training Center.

  • 1994

    Evatronix SA becomes the Autodesk Authorized Reseller.
    Evatronix signs contracts with Model Tech (VHDL simulation), Exemplar Logic (logic synthesis), CAST, Inc. (VHDL model libraries) to distribute their tools in Poland.

  • 1995 - 1996

    Evatronix SA extends its offer of EDA tools by becoming a dealer of PCB design tools from Protel Technology (now Altium Ltd).

    Evatronix sells VHDL analysis technology developed within its VHDL-GUI project to an American company Aldec. Evatronix opens its office in Gliwice into which EDA-related activities are moved.

    Simulation models for 80286 and 80287 chips have been developed and sold.

  • 1997 - 1998

    Evatronix starts development of synthesizable models – virtual electronic components (IP cores) extending its sales office in Gliwice with R&D team.

    The first license for IP core (8051 microcontroller clone) is launched to the market.

    CAST Inc. becomes Evatronix world-wide distributor for IP cores.

    Evatronix becomes Veribest reseller in Poland.

  • 1999

    Introduction of R80515: performance-enhanced microcontroller core software-compatible with Intel 8051.

    CAST, Inc. becomes a shareholder of Evatronix. Evatronix acquires Racal-Redac Hardware Modeller to enhance its IP core verification process.

  • 2001 – 2003

    Evatronix signs an OEM deal with Altium, Inc that integrates a bunch of IP cores into their design tool suite.

    Evatronix introduces USB FS controller core to its portfolio.


    Company starts design service activity in the scope of IP core development
    (mainly obsolete part replacement) and programmable logic devices.

    Evatronix introduces USB FS controller core to its portfolio.

  • 2004

    Altium Inc. choses Evatronix as its sole reseller for all its products in Poland.

    Poland joins European Union.

    Evatronix starts direct sales channel for its IP cores in Europe.

    Evatronix sign distribution deal with Open Mind company (Germany) for its Hypermill CAM software.

  • 2005 - 2007

    IP business grows: Evatronix launches ATAIF Nandflash controller, SDIO and IP cores.

    Altium Designer becomes the most popular PCB design software in Poland.

  • 2008

    A daughter company is created with VC funding from SATUS Seed Capital Investment Fund to extend semiconductor IP activity into analog design. This company opens a design office in Warsaw.

    Lehman Brothers go bust.

    The offer of company VAR division is extended with 3D scanners as well as scanning and 3D modelling services.

  • 2009

    Carsten Elgert joins the Board as VP Sales & Marketing for Semiconductor IP Division.

  • 2010 – 2012

    Launch of USB 3.0 (SS) device controller. Slimbus core. USB FS/HS PHY.

    Cadence Design Systems approaches Evatronix seeking close collaboration in the USB controller area.

  • 2013

    After having sold 750 licenses for use of its IP cores during 16 years of operation Evatronix Semiconductor IP Division gets acquired by Cadence Design System Inc. – the world leader in engineering solutions for integrated circuit designers.

    The agreement has been signed in May and closed in June.

    Only small fraction of R&D department not directly involved in IP core development is left with the company.

    Wojciech Sakowski and Carsten Elgert leave the Evatronix Board to join Cadence.

  • Late 2013

    Launch of an 3D scanners created by Evatronix designers and programmers to the Polish market.

  • 2014

    Altium cancels Evatronix as its reseller in Poland pointing to our close relationship with its rival – Cadence.

    Włodzimierz Wrona retires.

    Company starts to build the European-wide distribution network for its eviXscan 3D scanners.

  • 2015

    HD Quadro 3D scanner launched.

    International network of 3D scanner resellers grows.

    Adam Morawiec joins as President & CEO.

  • 2016

    Newly developed Cloud Generator enhances scanning capability of eviXscan 3D scanners.

    Evatronix extends its R&D team around a group of the 3D scanner developers and former IP core prototyping team and starts offering electronic design services with focus on embedded systems, in particular IoT and fpga-in-the-loop solutions.

  • Q1 - Q2 2017

    Our company launches HD Basic & HD Optima 3D scanners.

    Wojciech Sakowski returns to Evatronix taking over the position of President & CEO

    Adam Morawiec becomes the VP Business Development