… has completed an apprenticeship as an “Energieanlagenelektroniker” and holds an engineering degree in technical computer science. He has worked as a PC programmer for about one year and about four years as a hardware and software developer focused on motion control. In 2001 he founded his own company “Ingenieurbüro Axel Stab” and worked as a freelancer for “Hörmann KG Antriebstechnik,” “Jetter AG” and “Trinamic Microchips Gmbh.” Mr. Stab was closely involved in the design and development of Trinamics-based firmware “TMCL.” In 2003 Axel Stab developed his first versions of baseboards for Trinamic-modules, and the baseboards at Mocontronics today are based on them. Because of his successful leadership of “Ingenieurbüro Axel Stab,” he has collected the technical and professional know-how to use as CEO at MOCONTRONIC Systems GmbH.
… was granted a degree (Diplom) in computer science at Freie Universität Berlin with a specialization in technical computer science and environmental management. Since 1994 he has also been involved in his father’s company “BÄR-Computer Berlin,” which is focused on the development of PC hardware and software for the handicapped. His over 10 years of experience have provided him expertise in customized solutions, hardware and software development, and business management. In 2003 and 2004 Andreas Wendt also worked as a scientific assistant in hardware and network services and software development at “Fraunhofer Gesellschaft” institute for medical analysis. In 2004 and 2005 he wrote his Diplom thesis in cooperation with “Ingenieurbüro Axel Stab” about the development of a control unit for stepper motor controls based on a 32-bit ARM-microcontroller and a Graphic-LCD. Since 2005 Andreas Wendt worked as a freelancer at “Ingenieurbüro Axel Stab” and oversaw many important projects.
Now Axel Stab and Andreas Wendt are establishing MOCONTRONIC Systems GmbH as a reliable partner for your needs as equal partners.
Christian Radzig, who studied electronic systems at the Berlin Technical University, began his career working in hardware development, including application development and programming for microcontrollers. After completing his thesis by developing a controller for a spectral sensor tester, he began working together with Mocontronic as a development engineer and continues to support the team in custom systems integration and software and hardware development.