Experts in Industrial Communication and Automation
Over the past 50 years Welotec has developed an extensive range of experience, becoming a true expert in industrial communication and Automation. Today we use this knowledge to develop products, systems and solutions with passion for our customers.
Together with leading energy supply companies and mobile network operators, we work on data communication solutions for the transition to renewable energy sources (Energiewende). In the modern Smart City area, among other things, we connect the whole fleets of public transport operators and provide transparent information for passengers in real time. For automative suppliers, we offer comprehensive solutions for the integration of manual workstations; this includes quality control in the company's IT system.
We also develop accurate centimeter-level solutions in the field of precision agriculture for large manufacturers of agricultural technology. Moreover, we design industrial machine control systems and drive edge computing forward.
Founded in 1969, we have been providing future-oriented communication solutions for industry for around 50 years.
We are an independent family business and work in a friendly atmosphere to promote technical progress in our core industries.
The ISO certification 9001:2015 certifies our consistent quality in development, production, consulting, repair and technical sales. Our IT security is also confirmed by the ISO 27001 certificate.
It's all in the mix. For this reason here at Welotec we combine a down-to-earth attitude with a cosmopolitan atmosphere; we are committed to the region whilst still connected to the world. We distinguish ourselves through entrepreneurial spirit, relentless drive, determination and perseverance. With us you have found a long-term solid partnership and cooperation with a personal touch.
With the Allianz für Cyber-Sicherheit, founded in 2012, the Bundesamt für Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik (BSI) is pursuing the goal of strengthening Germany's resistance to cyber attacks. Currently, 3784 companies and institutions are members of the initiative - and more participants join every day. IT service and consulting companies are equally represented in the network as user companies of all sizes and industries. This diversity is an important guarantee for a rich exchange of IT expertise and application experience from which all participants benefit. 110 partners and 91 multipliers are involved in the initiative and thus make a valuable contribution to more cyber security in Germany as a business location.
The BVMW – Bundesverband mittelständische Wirtschaft, Unternehmerverband Deutschlands e.V. is a politically neutral, voluntary and independent representation of the interests of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in a Germany of economic regions in the European internal market. The BVMW advocates a social market economy and free enterprise in Europe, which shares responsibility for the community.
The Deutscher Industrie- und Handelskammertag (DIHK) is the central organisation for 79 Chambers of Commerce and Industry, CCI (Industrie- und Handelskammern, IHKs) in Germany. All German companies registered in Germany, with the exception of handicraft businesses, the free professions and farms, are required by law to join a chamber. Thus, the DIHK speaks for more than three million entrepreneurs. They include not only big companies but also retailers and innkeepers. This gives the association considerable political influence. It does not represent any specific corporate group but all commercial enterprises in Germany.
The Digital Hub münsterLAND supports the digital economy by connecting companies, science, institutions, associations and start-ups. The idea of the hub is, that creative start-ups work togehter with established companies to drive innovative digital business processes and models. The threads run together in a central experimental and learning environment with a connected coworking space in Münster, where many networking events also take place. The hub is part of the DWNRW-Hubs". Digitale Wirtschaft NRW (#DWNRW) is an initiative of the Ministry of Economics, Innovation, Digitisation and Energy of North Rhine-Westphalia.
The MSE (Institut für Maschinenelemente und Systementwicklung) and IMA (Informationsmanagement im Maschinenbau) of RWTH Aachen University are developing a communication infrastructure for automated and cooperative interacting construction machines in realistic construction site scenarios.
The Münster University of Applied Sciences is one of the largest and most successful universities of applied sciences in Germany. Supported by a network of partnerships, it places itself at the service of the people of society and is strongly involved as a regional innovation engine. Die Gesellschaft der Freunde der FH Münster e.V. (gdf) actively supports it in the areas of practice-oriented teaching, application-oriented research, knowledge and technology transfer as well as international cooperation. Particularly in the light of the currently rapidly changing world of work and life, the gdf sees the promotion and support of young talents as a central task - for example, professionally through qualification and internship offers, through mentoring and awards as well as financially through scholarships and prizes. Members of the gdf are companies, institutions, private individuals and university staff. The association sees itself as a platform for active communication and networking, as a dialogue partner for the university's transfer strategy and, above all, as its advocate in scientific and regional policy discourses.
The IT-Forum Nord-Westfalen is an initiative of companies from the IT sector and the Industrie- und Handelskammer (IHK), which hereby create a platform for a holistic exchange of information. It is a forum for entrepreneurs (owners, board members and managing directors) and aims at suggestions and co-operation, which help to develop itself further.
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