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April 2022

Embedded-HMI, Embedded-Edge – Embedded World!

From June 21 to 23, the embedded systems community will meet in Nuremberg. Irlbacher will be there – because every embedded system needs an HMI. It doesn’t always have to be touchscreen to realise touch operation. Or combine optics and haptics to create an incomparable user experience for your customers!

Take advantage of our concentrated technical expertise for your new HMI – which will put you more than a nose ahead of your competition

January 2022

Our CARY is in the headlines!

Numerous magazines are reporting on our smart solution kit for pandemic control – being an ideal solution for companies as well as for the public sector. As an example, please find the link to the related issue of the British trade magazine Building and Facilities News below.
(Link to the editorial – only available in English language)

October 2021

Implement climate-protection goals

Together with all other 45 German climate-protection companies, Irlbacher appeals to the German government to advocate for concrete and practical measures on implementing the climate goals within the framework of the 26th World Climate Conference in Glasgow!

Please read the text of the declaration (in German only).

Why do we support this initiative? Because it is our common responsibility to constantly work to ensure that the generations following us will also find intact landscapes as a matter of course.

Read more about this here in our website.

August 2021

Why do you need PCBs when you can print electronics on glass?

Petra Gottwald, editor-in-chief of productronic, the highest-circulation trade journal for electronics manufacturing in German language, was our guest. Her portrait of our company gives you the complete overview on just two pages. Read it for yourself!
(Link to the editorial – only available in German language)

April 2021

Irlbacher is innovative – not only through research!

At the end of April 2021, the Stifterverband für die Deutsche Wissenschaft (Donors’ Association for the Promotion of Sciences and Humanities in Germany) once again awarded the Irlbacher group of companies with the Innovative through Research seal. This impressively proves that research and development are important components of our corporate culture. Since 2014, the Stifterverband has been using this seal to recognise the special responsibility that research-based companies assume for the state and society.

The Donors’ Association for the Promotion of Sciences and Humanities in Germany is a non-profit organisation. Its main task is to identify and solve structural problems in the science and higher education sector. As an organisation, the Stifterverband analyses, advises, promotes and networks science and industry. It also acts as a trustee for more than 600 science-funding foundations. The coveted seal is awarded on an annual basis.