Terms of Use

Legal information


EyeC GmbH
Burchardstraße 21
20095 Hamburg

Phone: +49 40 226 3555 - 0
Fax: +49 40 226 3555 - 90
E-mail: Webmaster@EyeC-Inspection.com

Register: Amtsgericht Hamburg
HRB-Number: HRB 88589
Tax ID: 48/719/00561
Sales Tax Identification Number DE 813 622 861



Dr.-Ing. Ansgar Kaupp
Dipl.-Ing. Dirk Lütjens
Dipl.-Inform. Sören Springmann

Person responsible for the content: Dr.-Ing. Ansgar Kaupp.

The information contained in this web site is subject to change without notice.
Copyright © 2017 EyeC GmbH. All rights reserved.

EyeC will use reasonable efforts to include accurate and up-to-date information on this Web site but makes no warranties or representations of any kind as to its accuracy, currency or completeness. You agree that access to and use of this Web site and the content thereof is at your own risk.


Liability concerning content

The information on this website was created with the utmost care and is solely for the purpose of representing the company EyeC GmbH (“the company”) as well as its products and services. However, the company makes no warranties or representations of any kind to its accuracy, currency or completeness. According to § 7 paragraph 1 of the German Telemedia Act (TMG), the company is responsible under general law for its own content on this website. However, according to § 8 to 10 of the German Telemedia Act (TMG), the company is not obligated to control transmitted or saved external information or to investigate circumstances indicating illegal activities. Obligations for the removal or barring of the use of information in accordance with general legal regulations remain unaffected.


Liability concerning links

This website contains links to external websites of third parties. The company has no influence on these websites and will therefore assume no liability for their content. The respective providers or operators of the websites are always responsible for the content of the linked pages. The linked pages were checked at the time the link was established for possible legal violations. Unlawful contents was not apparent at the time of linking. However, constant checking and monitoring of the linked pages in terms of content is not reasonable without specific evidence indicating a legal infringement. Upon notification of violations the company will remove the links immediately.



The content and work on these pages put together by the page operators are protected by the German copyright law. Copying, modification, distribution and any kind of use outside the limits of copyright law require the written approval of the particular author respectively compiler. Downloads and copies of this site are permitted exclusively for private, not for commercial use. As far as the contents on this page that was not created by the operator, third-party copyrights are respected.

All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, displayed, modified or distributed in any retrieval system without the prior written permission of the company.

Concept, Design, and Realization

Siteway® Webdesign
Siteway® Webdesign

Icons and Corporate Design



This website was created in view of the current references by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). W3C sets standards and principles for the advancement of web-technologies to improve the interoperability of the world wide web and its progress in usabilty.

A W3C-valid source code is the basic foundation for a good search engine optimization (SEO) and barrier-free websites. This makes the W3C-valid execution of XHTML- and CSS-programming an important quality attribute for professional websites.

HTML5 and CSS3 – technologies of the future

To put it simply you can name HTML5 and CSS3 the standards for a future-proof structure and modern design of websites.

HTML5 is the latest standard of HTML. Its former version called HTML 4.01 was released in 1999. Since then the web has modified a lot, so this version has become dated and has been replaced by HTML5. It is even now supported by the popular browsers.

The development of CSS3 was started only a year after the former version has been published. That was in 1999, so it took the W3C 12 years to improve the technology of CSS for this version.

Even though there is a major difference between CSS2 and CSS3, all modern browsers quickly implemented the new addition of the W3C-family and now support the most CSS3-features which are currently available.

Responsive Webdesign

Responsive Webdesign makes website fit to any screen size.

This Website works not only on desktop computers, but also on small devices like tablets and other mobile devices.

Sources for the images


IDAuthorPage(s) with image
50003918Yuri_ArcursEyeC ProofRunner Carton Retrofit
EyeC ProofRunner Carton
EyeC ProofRunner Label
EyeC ProofRunner Leaflet
EyeC ProofRunner Flexible Packaging
83787963calvindexterHome Page
Visit Us at Drupa 2016
56165552Dimitrios StefanidisHome Page
Visit Us at Drupa 2016


IDAuthorPage(s) with image
57613896goodluzEyeC Proofiler Content
EyeC Proofiler
EyeC ProofBook
EyeC ProofRoller


IDAuthorPage(s) with image
257039662StockLiteEyeC Proofiler Graphic
277435451ChristianChanEyeC Proofiler Content
EyeC Proofiler Graphic
EyeC Proofiler
EyeC ProofBook
EyeC ProofRoller
215088526TunedIn by Westend61EyeC Proofiler Graphic
EyeC Proofiler
EyeC ProofBook
52317637Stanislav PopovHome Page
111497717studiovinHome Page
Visit Us at Drupa 2016
265265807ArtnisHome Page
Visit Us at Drupa 2016
331991492ArtnisHome Page
Visit Us at Drupa 2016
347007884Liubou YasiukovichHome Page
Visit Us at Drupa 2016
229487533avianHome Page

Contact Us Request a Demo

Share or Print this page

Choose one of the services below:

Privacy policy

Please choose your language: