Automation Technology was founded in 1998 as a systems house for industrial image processing. Its technologies mean that AT is a specialist in industrial infrared image processing and high-speed 3D image processing.
Our core fields of expertise lie not only in the development of the latest optoelectronic sensors and components, but also in the realisation of customised systems solutions. With many years of experience in the design and integration of infrared and 3D image-processing systems for industrial applications, our team can guarantee the best solutions for our customers.
We offer our customers a complete range of image-processing solutions from image-processing components to feasibility studies and the realisation of customised, all-in-one solutions. With partners worldwide, we are witnessing strong interest in our products in Europe and beyond, mainly in the automotive and aviation industries.
Automation Technology offers a wide range of the latest components for the efficient realisation of infrared image-processing systems for all manner of different applications. AT is a systems house, which means we offer our customers a range of standard testing systems (IrControl, IrNDT, IrMonitor) as well as tailored solutions for non-destructive testing. Areas of application include industrial automation and quality control, the non-destructive testing of components and materials, plus the fully automatic monitoring of plant and equipment.
Automation Technology offers a series of components and all-in-one systems based on 3D technology for high-speed three-dimensional measurement in accordance with the light-sheet triangulation method. At the heart of this product range lies the C3 family of cameras (C3-A1024, C3-1280 and C3-2350), a series of intelligent, high-speed industrial 3D cameras. By offering these products, it is our aim to enable customers to resolve 3D inspection tasks at lower cost and with even greater efficiency.
The developments of AT - Automation Technology are financed by the Programme for the Future–Economy. For the period 2007 – 2013, the Programme for the Future – Economy – comprises roughly EURO 704 m. for economic and regional promotion in Schleswig-Holstein, thereof ca. EURO 374 m. out of the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), ca. EURO 208 m. out of the Federal/State Joint Agreement “Improvement of Regional Economic Structures” (GRW) and complementary State Funds of ca. EURO 122 m.