Discover, conceive, construct, build, learn: This drives us - a lifetime. At fischertechnik, we also call it "technology through play." For more than 50 years, we have been creating for children and students parts, construction sets and building systems that can be used to awaken different interests for all age groups and school types, to promote talent and stimulate sustainable learning.
Many instructors at schools, colleges and universities around the world know about the motivating and exploring effect that fischertechnik has on children and students. Our design sets were found early on the toy market in state and non-state training rooms. fischertechnik Education systems continue to build on this success story. With increasing success through ever new themes and ideas relevant to the curriculum.
Particularly important for the future: fischertechnik systems connect the world of conventional technology with the digital world. This is very recognizable in mechanics and robotics, since one is no longer without the other today.
The increasing complexity of technology with its development towards industry 4.0 makes it more and more demanding for apprentices and learners. Therefore, learning material must make it possible to initially reduce complexity and then develop it again.
This is exactly what the fischertechnik systems allow and they can be combined and extended in a project-specific manner so that the basic principles of technology and physics can be experienced. Following on from this, the development towards robotics can be taught and learned. In addition, individual projects and problems from the real world can be optimally simulated and solved with fischertechnik.
The haptic and the digital world are thus ideally connected. Our labor market needs these core competencies. Whoever masters them will have the best career prospects.
Model building and simulation are still the best way to test new technology. Worldwide, engineers use our large product building kits to make models, simulate experiments and solve their challenges.
We are, of course, proud of it, and we see that construction and games go hand in hand.
Incidentally: Many an engineer developed a taste for it through fischertechnik - and that should remain so.