Milestones

1984      The first scoreboard is produced and sales start in Denmark.  
       
1989   The first scoreboards are sold in Scandinavia.  
       
    The conversion to light diodes instead of bulbs is carried out for indoor scoreboards.  
       
1993   International sales start through Schelde Sports.  
       
    Nautronic equipment is used at the World championship in Sydney for weight lifting.  
       
1997   First FIBA approved scoreboards are produced.  
       
1998   NT-pult is launched – first software based control panel.  
       
    First CUBE project is installed with a video projector.  
       
2002   Outdoor scoreboards are produced with light diodes instead of mechanical digits.  
       
2004   First scoreboard with video screen integration is installed in Khimki, Russia.  
       
2005   FIBA level 1 scoreboards are installed in Izmir, Turkey for the Universiade.  
       
2007   Nautronic is certified a FIBA Study Center Partner.  
       
2010   First outdoor video screen is installed in Holmekollen, Norway for the World Championship of Ski Jumping.  
       
    New generation of scoreboards (higher quality, more efficiency in the assembly, thinner scoreboards – lighter weight).  
       
    A virtual scoreboard to be displayed on a video screen is developed.  
       
    First indoor cube of scoreboards with video integration is installed in Holstebro, Denmark.  
       
2012   First NAUCON-1000 control panels are put into production – very intuitive – significant decrease in service issues on new scoreboards and questions on how to use.  
       
2013   Nautronic enters agreement to sponsor and be exclusive supplier of FIBA 3x3 World Tour events 2013-2016.  
       
    Nautronic scoreboards are used for FIBA level 1 Basketball as well as Volleyball competitions in 7 halls total for the 2013 Universiade in Kazan, Russia.  
       
   

Nautronic sponsors 6 sets of scoreboards for the EYOF (European Youth Olympic Festival) in Utrecht, Netherlands.