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About TTTech Industrial

TTTech Industrial aspires to unlock the incredible potential of industrial automation. It combines transformative technologies with hands-on experience in critical real-time systems to offer customers flexibility, reliability and choice. TTTech Industrial works with its customers to achieve their goals of smarter automation, better data access and more flexible manufacturing with industrial IoT solutions. Beyond the manufacturing market, TTTech Industrial also offers robust and reliable communication for the energy sector, applicable in substation automation and energy management. With product platforms that combine traditional automation functionality with secure access to IT services and deterministic connectivity, TTTech Industrial delivers simple and effective ways to bring IoT to industrial systems.

TTTech Industrial operates under the umbrella of TTTech Group, a technology leader in real-time networking and safety controls, with cross-industry experience from more than 20 years of operation.

Our History


TTTech Industrial introduced a modular offering for its edge computing platform Nerve, allowing customers to find the best fit for their use case and budget.

TTTech Industrial founded a US subsidiary in Silicon Valley and acquired technology and strategic customers from pioneering fog/edge computing start-up Nebbiolo Technologies, widening the scope of its activities to new industries and expanding its operations in North America.

TTTech Industrial announced the availability of its edge computing platform Nerve on the Microsoft Azure online marketplace.


Expansion of solutions portfolio for Industry 4.0 and smart manufacturing


TTTech Industrial is launched as a subsidiary of the TTTech Group, a group of High-Tech companies based in Vienna, Austria.


First design-ins for the industrial software platform Nerve and the Deterministic Ethernet IP Portfolio. The strong growth of the business continues.


Launch of the Nerve software platform for Industrial IoT use cases. Launch of the Deterministic IP and Slate networking scheduling products for integrating and configuring TSN.


TTTech sets up a TSN center of competence and acquires Flexibilis OY. The Flexibilis brand is integrated into TTTech’s industrial market offering. The Flexibilis products lay the foundation for the implementation of high-availability seamless redundancy in a wide range of industrial applications, most notably in the energy industry.


Delivery of the distributed control system for Vestas wind turbines starts.


TTTech was founded by Hermann Kopetz, Stefan Poledna and Georg Kopetz as a spin off from the Technical University of Vienna.

Research Projects

TTTech Industrial participates alongside the TTTech Group as a member or beneficiary in a number of funded R&D projects.

Project details can be viewed on TTTech Group’s main research page.

TTTech Group History

In 1998, Georg Kopetz and Stefan Poledna started TTTech with a few employees and a technology to believe in. 20 years later, we are a reliable partner for our ecosystem around the globe and develop solutions for trends that will shape the future. Read more about TTTech’s story in our milestones section.

TTTech Group Overview

Aerospace & Space Manufacturing & Energy Automotive Off-Highway

Safety control platforms and real-time networks for aerospace and space applications

Real-time communication and open computing platforms for Internet of Things (IoT)

Digital platforms for highly automated vehicles

Automating safe environments for mobile machinery

TTTech Computertechnik AG

TTTech Industrial Automation AG

TTTech Auto AG

TTControl GmbH

  • Aerospace & Space

    Safety control platforms and real-time networks for aerospace and space applications

  • Manufacturing & Energy

    Real-time communication and open computing platforms for Internet of Things (IoT)

  • Automotive

    Digital platforms for highly automated vehicles

  • Off-Highway

    Automating safe environments for mobile machinery