Synapticon receives Innovation Award for Digitized Industries – Innovative cyber‐physical Systems for Industry 4.0 and IoT

Gruibingen & Munich, Germany ‐ Synapticon GmbH is the winner of the first TÜV SÜD Innovation Award for Digitized Industries. International testing and certification organisation TÜV SÜD presents the award to companies that develop highly promising Industry 4.0 solutions. The TÜV SÜD Innovation Award for Digitized Industries was presented at the Smart Factory Innovation Forum in Munich, Germany.

“Synapticon specializes in embedded hardware and software for sensor and actuator‐intensive, internet‐connected systems. Our customers benefit from our cross‐domain expertise through customizable products and turn‐key solutions for robotics, autonomous vehicles, smart industrial automation, special machinery and the internet of things”, said Nicolai Ensslen, CEO and founder of Synapticon. “Our mission is to rethink and deliver solutions for embedded computing and control systems to improve the future progression of robotics, general systems engineering and industrial automation. We are committed to expediting technical progress and integrate it into components and services that enable our customers to provide bleeding‐edge, high‐quality products. As we see a growing demand for solutions which facilitate Industry 4.0 we are very confident to expand our growth in the future.”

The Smart Factory Innovation Forum networks highly innovative startups with established
companies, promotes new developments and brings them to market maturity. The event is organized jointly by Munich Network, a tech‐industry service, TÜV SÜD and Fraunhofer Venture. At the award presentation, Dr Axel Stepken, Chairman of the Board of Management of TÜV SÜD, underlined the innovative strength of the award‐winner Synapticon and the marketability of its developments.

"Although Synapticon GmbH is a relatively new company, it already has an impressive list of clients in Europe, the USA and Asia", said Dr Stepken. Synapticon gives developers working on the most challenging tasks within robotics, industrial automation, autonomous vehicles and systems engineering in special machinery the right tools and powerful components to quickly build the infrastructure they need, enabling them to really concentrate on the actual application they aim for.

Synapticon DYNARC Distributed Computing & Control Platform with its vertical product lines SOMANET, NEOCORTEX and OBLAC enables developers of any cyber‐physical system to easily configure, build and program a distributed computer for fully integrated actuator control, sensor data acquisition and high bandwidth data processing.

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