Automation for medium-sized companies
The AUT working group and the plant engineering laboratory gradually developed at the then newly founded university. For about ten years now, Research and Development projects have been intensively worked upon here with an international team that now comprises 20 members.
In our projects, computer scientists and engineers research and develop solutions for the smart factory.
We develop hardware and software for microcontroller-, DSP- and FPGA- connections for the smart factory.
In cooperation with industry, an agile team of computer scientists and engineers develops solutions for the smart factory. Thanks to our close cooperation with leading technology providers, we have a formidable testbed at our disposal that enables us to carry out highly reliable, test-driven development.
A young and dynamic international team develops state of the art hardware and software for microcontroller, DSP and FPGA connections for the smart factory. In close cooperation with industrial partners, students are regularly integrated into the development process as part of projects and internships in order to learn how to use the latest technologies and how to work in industrial projects.