Building on 25 years of research at Fraunhofer IGD, Threedy’s visual computing pioneers are leading the development of our platform technology instant3Dhub in Darmstadt, Germany.
We understand the complexity and the challenges arising, when bringing industrial 3D data to modern software infrastructures and mixed reality environments. We know there is no one size fits all solution.
Our goal is to ease the utilization of industrial 3D data for everyone. Our customers are relying on our technology to gain the most value out of their 3D data.
For this reason we build a highly flexible visual computing service platform, powered by state of the art algorithms and best in class research, capable to adapt to the various application scenarios. instant3Dhub facilitates the flexibility to easily access and interact with industrial 3D data on any device instantly and build applications fulfilling different needs. There is no easier way to go from proof of concept to production with a consistent technological basis.
In modern IT and software landscapes, industrial 3D data and applications are often considered foreign bodies requiring special treatment.
This results from the enormous interdependency and complexity of data size, algorithms and device capabilities.
Our goal is to simplify the usage of industrial 3D data, to leverage its true value and make it accessible to everyone and everywhere.
We create totally new possibilities for our customers to exploit the real value of their 3D data.
By connecting 3D data sources and applications in a fully automated way, we make it accessible to everyone and anywhere.
Our end-to-end solution enables complex and scalable visual computing tasks for almost any application scenario, platform and device.
Threedy 's team was formed in the course of almost ten years while bringing instant3Dhub to live at Fraunhofer IGD in Darmstadt.
The long path to transfrom research results into a product has forged our strong team in a special way.
We are constantly challenging ourselves over and over to achieve the best possible result.
Threedy's management relies on a growing team of more than a dozen engineers with expert knowledge in various areas.
We believe partnerships to be most critical to succeed in our highly connected world.
We are proud to work with experts from various fields to build the technology of the future.
Bernt C. Klein is the Founder and CEO at Extigon LLC. who cooperates with early stage innovators whose core business DNA is revolutionizing industries through digitalization. Mr. Klein has nearly three decades of international IOT experience across several industry sectors such as Energy, IT, Healthcare, Telco and Automotive. He has held several senior executive positions at Siemens, Bosch, and Deutsche Telekom in Mexico, Germany, Denmark and the USA and served on the Board of Directors of Bosch Siemens Household Appliances (BSH) in the USA and Siemens Kameda Information Technology in Japan.
Elisabeth Schrey is an investment manager at btov Industrial Technologies Fund. She joined btov in January 2020 and previously gained experience in venture capital for 2 years at S-UBG AG. After studying Industrial Engineering at RWTH Aachen she spent several years in research and consulting, analyzing product innovation and implementing a PLM system at a startup.
Gregor studied mechanical engineering at the TU Munich and is a Manage & More graduate of UnternehmerTUM. After several stays in China, among others at BMW Brilliance Automotive, and one year of start-up experience, he is now investment manager in the Industrial Tech Team of High-Tech Gründerfonds. With his focus on product-market fit and industrial software solutions, he is looking forward to working with the Threedy team.
Holger studied geodesy at the University of Bonn. Already during his studies he founded his first company, which offered a software that managed all data with local reference of industrial plants in a database. After the technology was sold he joined the High-Tech Gründerfonds and was responsible for 25 early-stage investments in technology companies. Since 2017 he is a member / chairman of the advisory board of currently eight VC-backed companies. In addition, he is a member of the investment committee of a Dutch/Turkish VC and a venture partner of a German family office.
Mr. Melviez founded or co-founded several companies, amongst which Pillar, the first distributed PC/Mac-based financial planning software for corporations and Frango, an innovative financial consolidation software. In 2003, he joined the Leuven-based Luciad, a small startup that had developed 3D visualization software for the aerospatial industry and was entering the scaleup phase. Mr. Melviez later became the CEO of Luciad and after merging Luciad into Hexagon, he became Chief Strategic Officer of Hexagon’s Geospatial Division. He is a member of the W.IN.G investment committee, a Venture Partner at SPDG, a Belgian Family Office and holds Director’s mandates in Biotech companies.
Markus joined Fraunhofer Venture in 2013 as an investment manager. In 2006 he co-founded baimos technologies GmbH (currently BlueID GmbH), developing a mobile key technology for smartphones. His responsibilities as managing director included finance, controlling, marketing and sales. He studied technology- & management-oriented business administration (TUM-BWL) at the TU Munich and was one of the first Manage&More graduates of UnternehmerTUM.
Matthias Unbescheiden studied computer science, obtained an Executive MBA for technology managers from the Rheinisch-Westfälische Technische Hochschule Aachen (RWTH) and holds a doctorate at the Technical University in Darmstadt. He had been a research assistant at the Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphics Research IGD in Darmstadt since 1995, headed the virtual reality group of the visualization and virtual reality department from 1998 to 2000 and has subsequently been responsible for strategy and coordination of IGD activities. He became deputy director of the Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphics Research IGD in 2005 and has been since.
Robert Gallenberger is one of the partners responsible for the btov Industrial Technologies Fund at btov Partners. He holds board positions at the portfolio companies Dyemansion, Cybus, Headmade Materials and Threedy. Prior to btov he spent 6 years in Venture and Growth Capital at Belgium investment firm Gimv where he was responsible for several investments across Europe. Before that he worked for the Boston Consulting Group in London, gathered first VC experience at DFJ Esprit and 3i and started his career at the BMW Group in Munich.
The seed investor High-Tech Gründerfonds (HTGF) finances technology start-ups with growth potential. With a volume of approximately 900 million euros distributed over three funds and an international partner network, the HTGF has supported almost 600 start-ups from the digital tech, industrial tech, life sciences and chemical sectors since 2005.
Fraunhofer Venture is the central department for spin-offs and investment management of the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft and offers founders, start-ups, Fraunhofer Institutes, industry, and investors access to the cutting-edge technologies of the 74 Fraunhofer Institutes, the Fraunhofer infrastructure and Fraunhofer know-how with over 7,000 patent families. The range of services includes complete support and consulting from the idea to the founding of a company, active participation management of Fraunhofer participations, support with finding investors up to a possible sale of the company and is flanked by the AHEAD company builder as well as other offerings.