We develop state of the art, tactile sensor elements. Standardized modules are directly sold through our store. High quantities can be modified for specific requirements.
We develop in-house products, which are enabled by our technology portfolio.
In order to enable a new product or improve an existing product, we develop new sensor modules in close collaboration with our customers. Based on their requirements and parameters, we solve problems together.
For complex applications, with a focus on robotics, we develop and sell adaptive sensor modules in collaboration with existing market leaders to further optimize processes and systems.
We have a great engineering, industrial design, and data science team focusing on integrating plyon® into your applications. Our premises host the sensor production workspace, a workshop with rapid prototyping equipment, and an electronics lab. This allows us to quickly create demonstrators for your projects.
In our teams each individual takes responsibility for his or her actions, is encouraged to foster his or her talents, and can grow together with us - professionally and personally.
The investment underlines the trust of the two market-leading companies in the future development of tacterion. The capital increase helps us realize our ambitious expansion plans. The new investors want to use this partnership to create joint product innovations and advance digitization. They should enable users to use the product as conveniently and reliably as possible. A German family office, which was part of previous financing rounds, also participated in the current capital increase.
The billion-Euro revenue companies are tacterion’s customers and collaborate with us in defined fields of business to create cutting-edge products using tacterion’s sensor technology as well as to create the leading tactile sensing company. One of the investors is Miele, the world's leading manufacturer of premium domestic appliances, represented through Miele Venture Capital GmbH. An unnamed renowned provider of construction technology, products, and tools joined the financing round as well.