Robotics Know-How

Enthusiasm for technology and robotics, ideas tested in practice, successes and failures, openness for new approaches, and an ability for interdisciplinary cooperation are the basis for the long-standing know-how in the field of robotics and precision automation.

As an engineer, roboticist, and entrepreneur, I led a team of creative engineers and skilled workers. The benefits of the products and technologies were above-average – both in terms of productivity and competitiveness.

In order to generate novel technological solutions, I am able to work with engineers and roboticists, biologists, computer scientists, mathematicians, physicians, and sports scientists. In doing so, the limits of technological feasibility are also tested.


Technological Know-How

  • biolologically inspired robotics (handling, climbing, walking)
  • lightweight and soft robotics
  • tendon based transmission mechanisms
  • sensor-actor-integration in specialized devices
  • electric and non electric drives
  • engineering mechanics and mechanisms


Project Know-How

  • project management
  • technology scouting
  • management of inventions
  • finances, controlling, human resources
  • marketing
  • customers and suppliers management