About The Acutronic Group
Acutronic has a proud history of building and investing in technologies and teams that are crucial to the aerospace, defense, robotics, and transportation industries.
Acutronic's Motion Simulation Division is the global market leader in the development, design and manufacture of Inertial Guidance Test Systems and Hardware-In-The-Loop motion simulators. These high-precision motion simulators are used in the aerospace, defense, automotive, and consumer electronics industries to test and calibrate inertial sensors (e.g. gyroscopes and accelerometers that measure movement); Inertial Navigation Systems; stabilized electro-optics; Electronic Stability Control systems; and in-flight engagement scenarios of missiles. Systems include single- and multi-axis rate tables; Flight Motion Simulators; and Target Motion Simulators. The Group's U.S.-based Development Team also develops and refurbishes stabilized or gimballed-platforms utilized in applications such as tracking mounts, gun turrets, and directed-energy systems.
Acutronic's Aerospace Products Division develops and manufactures specialty components for use on unmanned and optionally-piloted aircraft. These products are used on next-generation aerospace programs and include a range of servo-actuators as well as micro turbines and turbo-generator sets. Acutronic Aerospace offers standard products and excels at designing highly-customized solutions for demanding mission requirements.
Acutronic Robotics is a leading robotics firm that delivers modular robotic products, components, and services - based on its proprietary Hardware Robot Operating System ("H-ROS"). By breaking the compatibility lock that exists in today's robotics supply chain, it aims to drastically reduce the time that industrial and professional users of robots spend on integrating and exchanging different components. Acutronic Robotics operates as an independently-managed company.
The Acutronic Group employs over 140 employees, across sites in Austin, Texas; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Bubikon, Switzerland; Olten, Switzerland; Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain; and Hyderabad, India.