The IWT Wirtschaft und Technik GmbH (corporation) based in Ravensburg solely and directly pursues charitable purposes in the sense of the "taxprivileged purposes" section of the fiscal code.
The purpose of the corporation is the development of vocational training including student support and the promotion of science and research.
The aim „vocational training“ as laid down in the charter is realized especially through the development, organization, implementation, marketing and quality assurance of scientific and/or extra occupational training also from other educational institutions, especially in the fields of economics and social sciences, engineering and natural sciences as well as media and communication sciences. The education offered is in the field of extra occupational training, e.g. seminars and corresponding events.
The aim “science and research” as laid down in the charter is realized especially through basic research (free search of new knowledge) and/or through the so-called “steered research” (targeted, precompetitive search of new knowledge in predetermined subjects supported by e.g. the EU and the Federal Ministry of Education and Research with free usability of the gained knowledge) in the field of engineering and economics. The research is carried out by our own staff or freelancers that work for the company. The gained knowledge is available to the public within the scope of publications via the usual media and/or public events, e.g. at our own conferences.
The company can conduct business activities within its benefit to the public and which help to realize the purpose and object of the company. The company can take over, represent or hold a share in other companies that are alike or similar or in companies that supplement the object of the company reasonably. It can establish branches, alone or together with third subsidiaries.
For the realization of the purpose of the company it can conduct cooperative research in the sense of § 2 (1) 5 Landeshochschulgesetz (university law) alone or in cooperation with other training centers.
It’s all about networks (Transfer 1/2020)
Moving closer to autonomous driving in the Lake Constance region
A Different Approach to Mobile Robotics (Transfer 4/2018)
Team of students at the Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University (DHBW) in Ravensburg develops fully automated seating robot
“My hope is to forge good contacts through the Steinbeis Network” (Transfer 1/2015)
An interview with Professor Dr.-Ing. Heinz-Leo Dudek