Synapticon, a Gruibingen (Baden-Wuerttemberg), Germany-based provider of advanced components and engineering services for cyber-physical systems, has received an equity funding of undisclosed amount.
Backers include High-Tech Gründerfonds (HTGF), Seedfonds Baden-Wuerttemberg (SFBW), and private investor Günter Lang, an engineer and experienced entrepreneur in the field of engineering and automation for the process and manufacturing industry.
The company intends to use the investment to set up and expand their technical customer support, to increase their service capacity, as well as to implement the recently initiated serial production of our hardware products.
Led by Nikolai Ensslen, Managing Director, Synapticon has developed:
- the DYNARC platform, which provides electronic modules that can be combined flexibly and that take over sensor-actuator controlling, regulation, calculations and internal communication as a network within robots, and
- OBLAC, a web-enabled software development environment that completes the Synapticon “toolkit” for building robotics systems, machines and plants in Industry 4.0.