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Dr. Wolfgang Hackenberg
Wolfgang holds a doctorate in the field of logistics monitoring and is strongly networked through his ten years of professional experience. At Volkswagen, he was in the upper management circle and headed the shop floor IT as well as the Smart.Production:Lab. At SYNAOS he is CEO and responsible for the strategic orientation and development of the company.

Dr. Lennart Bochmann
Lennart studied mechanical engineering at the ETH Zurich and UC Berkeley. He received his doctorate from ETH Zurich in the field of future manufacturing. While working five years as Product Owner at the Group IT of the Volkswagen Group, he gained in-depth experience in the field of Industry 4.0. As CPO at SYNAOS he is responsible for our product development.

Tobias Gagern
Tobias studied Technology & Management at TU Munich and completed his Master’s degree in Smart.Production:Lab at Volkswagen. As CTO he is responsible for Research & Pre-Development and for the further development of the SYNAOS ecosystem.

That is our goal. We have set ourselves the goal of starting with intralogistics and transforming it. Many manufacturer-dependent systems still cannot be scaled due to outdated system architectures. The overall system therefore remains non-transparent. The increasing complexity cannot be utilized.

Instead, technical standards from the B2C market should be reinterpreted for the B2B market, rigid automation solutions should be abolished and manufacturer-independent fleet management should be made possible.

Albert Klein
is a member of the Executive Board for Finance and Sales at FIT AG, one of the world’s leading suppliers in the field of additive manufacturing. He has accompanied SYNAOS since its foundation and is chairman of the advisory board. He has already accompanied IPOs and is networked with important investors worldwide.

Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Dr. h.c. mult. Wolfgang Wahlster
is Professor of Computer Science and pioneer of Artificial Intelligence. Over the past 30 years he has built up the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI), which he continues to supervise as chief consultant. He is the inventor of the term and co-initiator of the Industry 4.0 initiative.

Lars Jankowfsky
is one of the world’s most famous tech entrepreneurs. He has extensive know-how and valuable expertise in software development. His current projects include NFQ, a leading software company with a focus on high-growth start-ups.