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Partners & Network

Distribution partners

We are very proud of the enriching and long-lasting partnerships that we have developed over the last years: with users end-user customers, development partners, and also with our excellent distributors who have worked hard to develop their skills in selling and supporting our products.
contact us if you are looking for a local partner - we are happy to connect you!

Software partners

Our products and solutions deliver "raw data" that can be used and integrated into variuos external software products for very different applications. From design, architectural, automotive construction, shipbuilding construction to virtual simulations and training applications: the use of our basic data output is nearly limitless. Our software partners are specialized and have their focuses.
Visit our software product pages of DTRACK, CAPTA and
VERPOSE® to learn more about compatible software.

Research Network

ART contributes to several research projects which typically combine corporations, SME companies, universities and research institutes. Such projects assist in developing existing products further and may lead the way to completely new approaches. Below you find a short summary of our activities which we can discuss more deeply upon request.

KamInGKF: 2023 – 2025
In this project ART is partnering with Technical University Berlin. The Project is related to robot controlling by adapted trajectory planning, supported by external tracking information. It is funded by the German Federal Ministry of Ecomonic Affairs and Climate Protection.

TrustAR: 2021 – 2023
Together with Technical University Chemnitz, software for better privacy protection in AR applications shall be developed during this project. It is funded by the German Federal Ministry of Ecomonic Affairs and Energy.

MEvoDiP: 2021 – 2023
This project aims in supplying workers with location based information and updating the digital twin during maintenance work in chemical facilities. Partners are Wacker Chemistry, Technical University Munich and the company Straightlabs. Funding comes from the Bavarian Ministry of Economic Affairs, Regional Development and Energy.

Sensorium 4.0: 2019 - 2021
Aims of this project were the creation of a modular sensor environment and the improvement of ART's optical tracking technology, both for a wide area VR applications in industry and entertainment. Project partners were the company Greenpost (Munich) and the FZI Research Center for Information Technology (Karlsruhe). The project was funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi).

DELFIN: 2019 - 2022
In this project motion capture technology should be used for creating a 'construction kit' for ergonomic analysis. Besides of ART it involved the company Human Solutions (Kaiserslautern), Technical University Munich and the Institute of Mechatronics (IfM, Chemnitz), as well as associated partners from automotive and aerospace industry. The project was funded by the German Federal Ministry of Research and Education (BMBF).

iVeSPA: 2018 - 2021
This project was mainly driven by Airbus via it's research center ZAL in Hamburg, aiming in optimizations in aircraft production. It was funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi).