After completing his doctorate at the ISW of the University of Stuttgart, Dr. Scheifele took over the research and development area of simulation technology at ISG and has since been responsible for product development and accompanying research and innovation projects in the area of simulation technology. He has been a managing partner of ISG since 2021 and was also appointed managing director of TwinStore GmbH when it was founded in 2021.
After his doctorate at the ISW of the University of Stuttgart, Dr. Scheifele took over the support of machine and plant manufacturers at ISG in the economic introduction of virtual commissioning and the design of digital development processes. He has been a managing partner of ISG since 2021 and was also appointed managing director of ISG Solutions GmbH when it was founded in 2021.
Division Manager Control Technology and Authorized Representative
After studying electrical engineering at the University of Stuttgart, Roland Beeh joined ISG in 1990. He quickly made a good name for himself with successful projects and developments and initially took over responsibility for the cooperation with the company HOMAG. Since 2004, he has had overall responsibility for all developments in the ISG-kernel area and is the contact person for existing partnerships.
Hannes Richter studied mechanical engineering at the University of Stuttgart and joined ISG in 1992 to further develop the ISG-kernel product for 14 years, most recently as a project-leading specialist. With his comprehensive technical and organizational skills, he now offers a suitable range of services in his own project department for partners who, in addition to ISG products, also demand the innovative generalist.
Deputy Division Manager Control Engineering
After studying electrical engineering at the University of Stuttgart, Klaus Maier joined ISG in 1992. In addition to supporting various customers and developments for the technologies (laser, waterjet, EDM), he is responsible for software architecture (openness, interfaces, middleware, system integration) and applications in the field of laser cutting.
Project Manager Robotics
After studying mechanical engineering at the University of Stuttgart, Jürgen Hipp joined ISG in 1995. After developments in the kernel area (e.g. interpreter and drive interfaces), he took over project management for various CNC customers and publicly funded joint projects in 1997. Today he is responsible for projects in the area of KUKA (CNC and MC) and is actively involved in the PLCopen Task Force Motion Control.