About dSPACE

We help our customers do new things to maintain their competitive edge – and increase it.
 
More than 25 years ago, dSPACE started out as a much admired and respected pioneer. Because we laid the foundations for key technologies such as rapid control prototyping and hardware-in-the-loop simulation.

Today, we are the leading producer of engineering tools for developing and testing mechatronic control systems. With a broad portfolio and cutting-edge technology, we are much in demand as a development partner in the automotive industry, aerospace and industrial automation.
Yet we still have the pioneering spirit of our early days – the will to innovate and stay ahead of the crowd. To make our customers even more successful in their own markets.

Our Team Spirit

This is what motivates 1,200 dedicated dSPACE employees all over the world today as they tackle their development tasks. Our goal is to work as closely as possible with each customer to ensure that their project succeeds. One key to our success is our mature range of cutting-edge products, which today cover the entire development process seamlessly. With the experience gathered from 20,000 installed systems.
Our service – the support we give our customers – is just as important. The dSPACE Support team never fails to impress customers with their speed, their expertise, and their determination not to give up until a project is running smoothly.

From Paderborn to the World

Ever since it was founded in 1988, dSPACE has grown and grown. Today we are a technological concern with global commitments. In addition to our headquarters in Paderborn, Germany, there are also dSPACE Project Centers near Munich and Stuttgart to give our customers optimal on-site support.
 
Outside Germany, dSPACE has companies in Detroit, USA (since 1991), in Cambridge, United Kingdom (since 2001), in Bièvres, France (since 2001), in Tokyo, Japan (since 2006) and in Shanghai, China (since 2008). There are also distributors representing dSPACE all over the world.

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