InSystems Automation GmbH marks anniversary with topping-out ceremony for new offices in Berlin-Adlershof

Photo: From left to right: Prof. Dr. Holger Schlingloff (ZeSys e.V), Dr. Khalid Kallow (Rakatec GmbH), Dr. Hagen Tiedtke (ZeSys e.V), Henry Stubert (InSystems Automation GmbH), Prof. Dr. Eberhard Stens (ZeSys e.V.) together with Oliver Igel (District Mayor of Treptow-Köpenick) | © RaKaTec Entwicklungs- und Service GmbH

Photo: From left to right: Prof. Dr. Holger Schlingloff (ZeSys e.V), Dr. Khalid Kallow (Rakatec GmbH), Dr. Hagen Tiedtke (ZeSys e.V), Henry Stubert (InSystems Automation GmbH), Prof. Dr. Eberhard Stens (ZeSys e.V.) together with Oliver Igel (District Mayor of Treptow-Köpenick) | © RaKaTec Entwicklungs- und Service GmbH

© RaKaTec Entwicklungs- und Service GmbH

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On Friday, June 21, InSystems Automation marked the topping-out for its new office building in Adlershof as well as its 20-year anniversary. The new building on Hans-Schmid-Straße is an extension to the company's existing building at Wagner-Régeny-Str. 16 in Berlin-Adlershof, which the company has been sharing with its tenant ZeSys e.V. for the past year and a half.

The new building will offer an additional 1,050 m² (11,000 sq. ft.) of space for commissioning and testing the proANT transport robots, co-working space for creative teamwork and development, and employee offices. Construction is expected to be completed by the end of 2019.

From software manufacturer to leading developer of transport robots
The history of InSystems Automation was started in 1999 by its current managing partners Henry Stubert and Torsten Gas in a basement in Berlin's Rudow district. Initially focused on manufacturing industrial software, InSystems Automation has since evolved into a mechanical engineering company and has become one of the world's leading specialists in custom transport robots. The transport robots are manufactured individually to carry loads between 30 and 1,200 kg (66 and 2,645 lbs.) and are integrated into client's manufacturing facilities on-site.

InSystems is currently conducting research into the next generation of transport robots to meet the challenges of logistics 4.0 and artificial intelligence. The company remains true to its core business and sees itself above all as a partner for its clients seeking comprehensive automation or material flow solutions.

To date, InSystems Automation has supplied more than 100 transport robots in more than 30 projects. Clients include such major corporations as Deutsche Bahn, Continental, Oerlikon, and Siemens and SMEs like the Bierbaum Group and DYCONEX.

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