TITUS aims to establish itself as a well-known player on the research market in the future and to actively help shape the change towards greater importance of autonomous systems. With a focus on user-friendliness and the holistic idea of “technology in harmony with society and the environment”, TITUS authentically and sustainably pursues the research and development of vehicle systems up to their marketability.
As a source of inspiration, TITUS researches for our future and focuses on the connection between people, society and technologies. We conduct applied research and development for the benefit of our partners and clients. This comprehensive approach requires a broad basis of understanding on the one hand and creative know-how from relevant disciplines on the other. Whether in the air, on water or on land – we develop solutions that can be used efficiently in a wide variety of domains and vehicle classes through intelligent adaptation. A convincing transfer with a broad impact.
Behind TITUS Research there is a highly qualified team from the most diverse worlds of experience: innovative, flexible and creative. Highly motivated to shape and shape upcoming transformation processes with applied research.
What are Autonomous Systems?
During their missions, autonomous systems are capable of perceiving and recognising their environment without human intervention. An autonomous system can imitate typical human processing and control mechanisms. Unlike automated systems, which require pre programmed sequences of actions for their operations and cannot change their sequences of actions independently, autonomous systems are able to achieve their specific goals without detailed programming and can adapt to situational contexts and unpredictable events. The enrichment of our lives by autonomous systems will make the accomplishment of our everyday tasks more precise, efficient, safe and faster. For example, vaccines can be transported to very remote locations in a very short time or large areas can be monitored without the need for human personnel.
What kind of autonomous systems are we dealing with?
We mainly deal with autonomous systems of three categories, each with indoor and outdoor applications: autonomous air vehicles, autonomous surface vehicles and autonomous water vehicles.