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NectOne enables companies to build cost-effectively value from their smart, connected products and deliver end-to-end Internet of Things. NectOne develops the interface between the research activities of Prof. Sebastian Feldmann at Aalen University, Germany and industrial partners. The aim is to transfer the knowledge gained from research activities into the field of embedded systems, perception-based process monitoring under use of artificial intelligence [AI], interconnecting of applications with BI-systems and cybernetic applications at the field of robotics, into industry-oriented solutions.

The Steinbeis Transfer Center of Mechatronics and Robotics - NectOne has been founded within the beginning of the year 2021. The Transfer center now interconnects research activities in die field of mechatronics and robotics  at Aalen University (Link) and industrial partners. Especially the know-how transfer and support at complex development activities is focussed in future activities. Link

Learn the benefits of implementing #IoT in the classroom, from PTC experts & register now for our IoT Online Training on Tuesday, May 3, 2018 3PM CET / 4PM EET. Special guests Dr. Sebastian Feldmann, founder, and CEO of NectOne and Prof. Dr. Irene Weber from Kempten University will join us to share their IoT experience with ThingWorx. Special #surprise for you: download the ThingWorx View app, available for IOS and Android and scan the #ThingMark inside the invitation to discover it. :) Save your seat at the IoT Online training now.

The Team of NectOne provide many thanks to all attendees of the 3rd intercultural workshop at NectOne in Essen. It was a great and successful event. We were pleased to welcome the Japanese delegation of Professor Hiroshi Kubo, Ph.D.  (Chiba Institute of Technology),  of Professor Dr. Shigeru Kuchii (Vice-President of the Department of Robotics and Mechatronics at the National Institute of Technology, Kitakyushu College), Haruna Asai (Nagoya Institute of Technology), Dr. Eng. Yuichi Tanaka (National Institute of Technology, Kumamoto College) and Professor Dr. Eng. Sumio Ohno (Tokyo University of Technology). Of course we provide many thanks to PTC-Japan for organisation and inspiration by their technology. Additionally we want to thank Dr. -Ing. Tobias Bruckmann head of the robotics department at the chair of Mechatronics of the University Duisburg-Essen.

In April 2017 Dr.-Ing. Sebastian Feldmann publishes in cooperation with the igus GmbH an e-book that deals with the subject of Low Cost Robotics. The e-book is accessible for free after registering by e-mail.
The website and the book targets interested readers that are planning to use robotic technology and provides detailed Information about the topic low cost robotics in industrial use cases. For example, it is explained what it means to use low-cost robots at a scientific chair or in a industrial company, e.g. at the production process. The ready will be updated information about what dangers and risks exists beginning from the planning process and ending at the implementation at the facility. Furthermore it will be outlined in what way this technology has developed in the course of industrial history. Dr.-Ing. Sebastian Feldmann also goes into detail at different kinds of use cases of Low Cost Robotics, their investment costs  and compares it against of conventional industrial robots.

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NectOne Portfolio Stack

Our Engineers offer professional services at Mechatronic Product Development:
  • Embedded Systems Engineering
  • Embedded Software Programming (C, C++, C#, Java, Matlab/Simulink, ...)
  • dSpace / Speedgoat Hardware in the Loop (HiL)
  • Control Systems Design of Mechatronic Systems (Real-Time Control, Model Based Control Systems)
  • Multi-Body Simulation
  • Digital Twin
  • System health Monitoring
  • Smart-Sensor integration
Industrial Automation, Robotics and Quality Control:
  • Stationary and Mobile Robots
  • Low-Cost Robotics with IGUS Robolink
  • DC-, BLDC-, Servo-Motor Programming and Control
  • Path Planning and Control
  • Simultaneous Localization and Mapping 
  • Sensor-driven Quality Control
  • 2D/3D-Image Processing, Time of Flight Camera Technology (ToF), 3D-Ultrasonic
  • Optical Inline Quality Control
Engineering Solutions:
  • Systems Engineering
  • FMEA
  • Requirements Engineering
  • Testing
  • Design-to-Cost: (product design for Manufacturability, Design for high volume, Low cost design)
  • ...

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