Dr. Uli Kreutzer
04.02.2016 | Pressrelease
Ruelzheim – With effect from January 1, 2016, ITK Engineering AG, development partner for software and systems engineering, has founded the business unit medical systems out of the previous program. By consolidating the competences and through a stronger focus on technology trends, the company strengthens its market position. Right now the company is looking for 20 engineers and computer scientists for the business unit medical systems, mostly at the headquarter in Ruelzheim. Furthermore a growth in sales and employeesof 15 percent per year is aimed.
“We are happy to walk this journey.Due to its high innovation dynamics and strong regulations, the medical technology market has to face special challenges. With a separate business unit, we are able to face this challenges easier and better. In addition, we can operate on the market more focused and continuously develop ourselves”, so Michael Englert, CEO and founder of ITK Engineering.
In the future we want to focus even more on market trends during in the development of software and hardware solutions.Lutz Schüle, head of the business unit medical systems ITK Engineering
Lutz Schüle,a long-standing employee and previous program manager,is responsible for the professional leadership.For the disciplinary management and the sales department is Dr. Alexander Huber incharge. The new business unit, which is certified according to EN ISO 13485 for development, productionand services of electrical componentsfor medical systems, comprises around90 employeesand operates internationally. “In the future we want to focus even more on market trends during in the development of software and hardware solutions. Thereby we can use our know-how in software engineering, embedded systems,model-based development and tests, control design as well as signal processing successfully – especially in areas wherefunctional development, image-and sensor data processing, safety and security are playing a key role, likesmart care, networking of medical technology and building services, as well as in the field of medical robotics. But theconnected OR and the remote maintenance are also important future trends for us, for which our expertise is asked. In order to reach our strategic goals and to extend our knowledge, we will continue to increase the number of employees, so Lutz Schüle, head of the business unit medical systems at ITK Engineering.