Steinbeis Transfer Center Mechatronics


  • Consulting, problem solving and concept development
  • Applied research and development
  • Writing of expert reports
  • Training and seminars on key areas

Key Areas

  • Electromagnetic Systems
    • Development and optimization of application-specific drive components, e.g.: electromagnets, resonance actuators, micro-actuators
    • Rotory positioners and translatory drives used with BLDC, synchronous and asynchronous Motors
    • Translatory drives used in linear and multi-coordinate Systems
    • Miniaturization of inductive construction parts
    • Roll and Foldflex© coils
  • Electronics and Software
    • Development of drive-specific measurement systems and controls (Signal processing, communications and power electronics)
    • Algorithm development for control of direct drives
  • System simulation and construction
    • Simulation of complex drive Systems
    • Construction and design of laboratory and function patterns, as well as presentation models
    • Organization and supervision of production of small Batches
  • Measurement technology for magnetic drives
    • Magnetic measurement Services
    • Measurement rigs for capturing force displacement characteristics
    • Measurement rigs for capturing torque angle characteristics
    • Classic magnetic measurement Technology
    • Selling of MagHyst® equipment systems for capturing Y (I, δ)-, Φ (Θ,δ)- and B/H characteristics
    • Measurement of materials (toroidal core, rods, metal sheets, thin layers)
    • Measurement of semi-finished parts (checking of in-coming goods, laboratory testing, quality control)
    • Measurement of mounted actuators with one or two coils (single/dual coil measurement)


Steinbeis Transfer Magazine

Yearbook Steinbeis Foundation´s Transfer Award – Löhn Award


  • Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universität Hannover - Institut für Mikroproduktionstechnik (Hrsg.) (2016): "UltraMag" Integration ultradünner Magnetfeldsensoren in intelligenten Automatisierungskomponenten
  • Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universität Hannover - Institut für Mikroproduktionstechnik (Hrsg.) (2011): "CHARMA" Messtechnik für die fertigungsgerechte Charakterisierung magnetischer Mikrobauteile
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OT Stützerbach Taubachstraße 1, D-98694 Ilmenau
Phone: +49 172 6344525
Management: Dipl.-Ing. Claudia Kallenbach
(Stand: 02/16/2022)

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