fischertechnik GmbH

Booth number 8B-4.3

www.fischertechnik.de

fischertechnik, a German construction kit system, is used for STEM Education, Industry 4.0 Simulation, industrial modelling and university engineering courses worldwide.

About us

fischertechnik, a German construction kit developed over 55 years ago, is used for K-12 STEM Education, Robotics, Industry 4.0 Simulation and engineering courses wordwide. The basic building block can be built onto all six sides. This quality German designed and engineered block forms the basis for all fischertechnik construction sets, which are put together according to age and capabilities of the students.

Address
fischertechnik GmbH
Klaus-Fischer-Str. 1
72178 Waldachtal
Germany

Phone: +49 7443 124261
Fax: +49 7443 124591
Internet: www.fischertechnik.de

Contact person

Laurenz Wohlfarth
International Sales Director
Phone: +491702271828
Representative
PACPAC LLC
5/7 Tkatskaya St
105318 Moscow
Russia

Phone: +7 495 9722712
Fax: +7 495 9722712
Internet: www.pacpac.ru

Products and Services

The sets cover many topics incl. Simple Machines, Mechanics, Statics, Electronics, Pneumatics, Hydraulics, Optics & Lights, Renewable Energies incl. Fuel Cell, Drive Systems, Physics, Mechatronics, Robotics, Automation Control, Data Logging, Industry 4.0 and IoT/Smart Home. They are supported by building instructions and tutorials as well as storage systems for everyday classroom use.

News & Innovations

NEW: ROBOTICS TXT 4.0
New CLASS SETS for Primary Level and new STEM Kits for Secondary Level
Measurement, control, regulation and programming from secondary level onwards. Further reading
Training Factory Industry 4.0
Core topics in digitally networked production can be visualized physically and demonstrated in an easy-to-understand way, enriched with actuators and sensors and combined with a cloud. These include preventative maintenance, production quality predictions, human-machine interactions, remote control, data exchange via dashboard etc. For example, the SAP UCC has developed a teaching scenario for the Factory Simulation model with case studies that helps both teachers and students alike to understand the opportunities offered by Industry 4.0. Further reading

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