An Interdisciplinary Team for your Specialized Applications

"Increasing system complexity and safety-related application areas - these are challenges that arise from interactions with people and with unfamiliar surroundings. With our interdisciplinary focus, you have a strong team for innovative robotic solutions on your side."

Working Interdisciplinary

Control systems design, software development, mechatronics and system modeling with kinematics and dynamics calculations – at ITK, we combine a variety of skills. Our interdisciplinary staff structure guarantees that complex challenges are viewed from different perspectives and will be solved efficiently. We always have the overall system and its application in view.

Interacting with Humans and the Environment

A growing number of sensors and the application of new methods help to manage increasing system complexity, e.g. environment recognition in service robotics. With experience in the field of image processing, object recognition and control technology, we implement complex algorithms, which navigate autonomous systems safely, or even allow interaction with humans. Ensuring real-time requirements and functional safety according to IEC 61508 is always a top priority.

Conquering New Markets

Intelligent assistant systems have not only worked their way into households, but also show acceptance in disciplines such as medicine or agricultural. With feasibility studies, prototype development and risk analyses, we support your development of new applications and thus, new business.

Our Services

  • Development of Turnkey Control Systems incl. Mechatronic Components
  • Feasibility Studies and Prototype Development (Electronics, Mechatronics and Software)
  • Simulation and  Virtual Prototyping
  • System Integration


  • Assistance Systems for
    • Agricultural Machinery
    • Commercial and Special Vehicles
  • Medical Systems
  • Laboratory Automation
  • Service Robotics
  • Special Robotics (e.g. Police, Civil Protection, Dismantling Technologies for Power Plants)
  • Teleoperated Systems