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Intern / Student · München

About us

tacterion is a high-tech startup based in Munich and was founded in 2015 as a spin-off of the German Aerospace Center (DLR). tacterion develops and markets a unique sensor technology called sensorskin. Based on our sensorskin technology, plyon® is our first product platform. It combines a highly flexible sensory layer that measures interaction and pressure on any surface with algorithms to understand how users interact with it. This patented technology was originally developed for robotics and provides the sense of touch for products and machines. tacterion’s sensitive surface layers enable the next generation of truly interactive and responsive products.

Why we need you
World-leading companies approach us to use tacterion’s plyon® technology for innovative interfaces in areas such as automotive, consumer electronics, household appliances, and wearables.

We accept unsolicited applications in any areas.
Your profile in short
  • Entrepreneurial passion to develop tacterion as a company
  • Able to demonstrate how you could and want to support tacterion
Why you will love tacterion
We offer creative talent a work environment where they unleash their full potential and grow as a person. With an eight-digit investment to fuel our growth over the upcoming years, we offer the mindset of a dynamic high-tech startup combined with the financial strength and long-term commitment you would expect from your employer.

We are excited to get to know you!

We are thrilled that you are considering a career at tacterion!
Please fill out the application form and we will be in touch shortly.

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