In January 2000, I joined with three of my Ph.D. students and founded Wonderbits, a company that aims at developing technology and marketing products in the autonomous adaptive agents area.

In May 2000, we won the E-Commerce Special Award in the Innovation Competition by Volksbank Ulm. We received the award for CyberStage, an innovative Internet marketing platform.

In March 2001, our first product went to the market: Tetrixx is a mobile robot construction kit targeted at the educational market (universities, colleges, high schools for students 15 years and elder).

With our business plan, we participated in CyberOne 2001, a business plan competition organized by bwcon, a project initiative by the state of Baden-Württemberg and state-local banks and investors. Among 74 submissions, we made it onto the short list of the ten best business plans.

Wonderbits is looking for investors. If you are seriously interested, please contact me. A business plan is available upon request.

I myself am involved in Wonderbits as a Managing Director on a part-time basis. My role is primarily to inject innovative ideas and to make use of my contacts and proposal-writing abilities for developing business. I also take care of all the accounting.

Additional information is provided through the following menu items:

News on the Tetrixx product family.
How to contact Wonderbits.