Triamec Motion AG

Triamec 是一家位于瑞士巴尔的独立公司,由管理层全资拥有。该公司在机电一体化设计和建造以及高动态系统的调节和控制领域拥有杰出的知识。



Triamec 的研发团队由在驱动和控制技术领域拥有数十年经验的工程师和物理学家组成,尤其是在芯片和引线键合(半导体行业)以及磁轴承和空气轴承方面。



TSP700-10, TSP700-30 new generation 700V servo drives with 9.3kW and 24kW power.
Moved to larger offices in Baar.

2018 TSD350: 350V dual-axis Servo-Drive with 10A per axis
2016 TSD130: 130V dual-axis Servo-Drive 10A per axis; EtherCAT compatibility for TSD drives.
2015 TSD80: First 80V dual-axis servo drive with 10A per axis
2012 TSP350: First 20A servo drive
2011 Technology leadership: Continuous auto-calibration of 1Vss sin/cos encoders
2010 TSP700: First 100kHz 3-level PWM servo drive with 9.5kW power at max. 800V
2009 Renamed Triamec Motion AG
2008 Moved to a larger location in Zug with laboratories and warehouse
2007 TS350: First 400V servo drive with 10A
2005 Presentation of the first in-house product TS100 on the occasion of the SPS-Drives trade fair in Nuremberg:
A high-end servo drive with 100kHz control and real-time capability in 10kHz cycles
2004 Start in-house development of a servo drive for high-end applications
2003 Moved to larger offices in Cham
2002 Engineering services in the field of progressive lenses, air bearings, wire-bonder control technology
2001 Foundation of Triamec AG with headquarters in Zug


Dr. Urs Probst (CEO and Chairman of the Board)

Co-founder of Triamec, Urs graduated in mechanical engineering with a major in robotics at the ETH Zurich in 1994, whereupon he worked as an R&D engineer in the field of semiconductor assembly machines (die bonding). In 1999, he continued his studies at EPFL and graduated in 2002 with a PhD on "High Speed, High Accuracy Pick-and-Place".

Dr. Ladislav Kucera (CTO and Member of the Board)

Co-founder of Triamec, Ladislav studied electrical engineering at the ETH Zurich, specializing in control engineering and power electronics. Afterwards he worked as an assistant at the Institute of Robotics at the ETH Zurich and did research in the field of magnetic bearings. In 1997, he received his PhD with the paper on sensorless magnetical bearings  "Zur sensorlosen Magnetlagerung". Afterwards he worked first as a development engineer and finally as a department head in a company for semiconductor assembly automation (die and wire bonders).