We have made it our mission to actively shape the digital world of tomorrow. Analyze, innovate, implement. We question standardised patterns of thought and combine high-tech research with practical application. A multidisciplinary team works on solutions that help our clients to successfully master disruption and transformation. In this way we create digital added value for all forms of companies.
Digitalization is our DNA
We work multidisciplinary.
An international and multidisciplinary team works with a great deal of entrepreneurial spirit on the innovative technologies and digital business models of the future. From mathematicians and physicists, mechatronics engineers and mechanical engineers to urban planners, for us digitalization must have a practical use. The optimal interaction between people and technology is our top priority.
Sustainable technologies for everyone.
We stand for individual solutions that are practical and holistic in their approach and not for the imposition of standardised systems. Our research projects range from health prevention in the trade, virtual maintenance and inspection of machines of medium-sized companies to the automation of office processes of large telecommunication providers. We can work completely independent of existing IT and application structures. This makes us an effective sparring partner, also for founders. Interdisciplinary know-how and digitalization as DNA complete our profile.
Independent digitisation research.
Founded in 2014 by August-Wilhelm Scheer and privately owned by the foundation, we work independently as a non-profit research institute and select our projects with a view to their future economic and social significance. Our research projects range from artificial intelligence to virtual reality. Due to our location on the campus of Saarland University, one of the best German universities in the field of computer science, there is a strong connection to high technology topics. We always keep in mind that the best results can be achieved by combining people and technology.