3D Printers

We develop firmware for 3D printers and we use 3D printers on our own for the creation of prototypes and for our 3D Object Originator.


We develop firmware with Arduino, for example for the ATmega2560.


We develop firmware for ARM processors, e.g. for the STM32F3, STM32F4 and STM32F7 series.

ARM Prozessor


We develop firmware for processors from Atmel, e.g. the ATmega, AT90CAN and the XMEGA.

ARM Prozessor


We develop software on base of databases like the Microsoft SQL server or PostgreSQL.



Ethernet is a data transfer protocol for local area networks (LANs) and was developed by Xerox in 1972.
The IEEE802.3 standard specifies the characteristics of Ethernet. Its access method is CSMA/CD (Carrier Sense Multiple Access / Collision Detection). Depending on the field of application, the current transfer rates range from 10 MBit/sec to 10 GBit/sec.
Mainly twisted pair and fibre optical cables are used as connection cables.
Due to its simple installation and service as well as due to its low costs, Ethernet is the most commonly used bus system for private users and the industry.

Our know-how in Ethernet-based applications and developments grants optimal solutions for your requirements!



EEE1394 (also known as FireWire or iLink) specifies a high speed serial bus for multi media and industrial applications. With a data rate of up to 800 MBit/sec and the possibility of guaranteed real time transmissions, IEEE1394 is the perfect choice for a large range of applications. The bus can be operated via copper (cable length up to 4.5 m) and via optical cables (cable length up to 1000 m).
Microsoft Windows enables a basic implementation of IEEE1394. In order to control IEEE1394 devices, an additional IEEE1394 device driver or an IEEE1394 bus driver is required.

The Pionsys 1394 Device-API and the Pionsys 1394 Bus-API are surely the ideal solution also for your application!



We develop software for the monitoring of the communication which is present at a KNX/EIB bus.

KNX Logo


We develop software for controlling of Mi-Light components.


We develop MQTT clients for publishing and subscribing to topics to or from standard MQTT brokers.

Raspberry Pi

We use the Raspberry Pi in several projects, e.g. for controlling of a robot or as web server.


We develop software and firmware for various interfaces, e.g.:

  • CAN
  • GPS
  • GSM
  • I2C
  • Mi-Light
  • RFID
  • RS232
  • RS485
  • UART
  • SPI
  • ...


We develop telematics applications, e.g. mobile systems with GSM, GPS and further interfaces for the online monitoring of vehicles.



We develop software for the bricks and bricklets from Tinkerforge.


We develop plugins for the Siemens CMS X-Tools, e.g. additional Analyzing Functions or the interface to additional data sources.