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Working together with strong partners, we can offer our customers even more that each of us can individually.
  1. As a technology partner, we naturally cooperate with relevant networks. We are actively involved in research associations and work closely with various universities. This allows us to offer our customers tomorrow`s state of the art research and development today.

Business & Technology Networks

University Cooperations

The genesis of comlet. In 2001, professors and graduates of the still young Kaiserslautern University of Applied Sciences founded comlet Verteilte Systeme GmbH at the Zweibrücken location. Since then, there has been an intensive partnership from which both sides benefit.
Another close connection has existed for more than 15 years with the Hoschschule Darmstadt. In particular, our Darmstadt branch office works closely with the Department of Computer Science.
International partner university. There has also been a partnership with the Universidad de Valladolid (UvA) for years. On the basis of this cooperation, numerous students have already completed an internship phase at comlet or have completed their bachelor’s or master’s thesis at our company. Some have stayed with us and so our partnership to the UvA is a piece of lived Europe.

Selection of current Research Participations

Joint project “WaVe” – Development and prototypical Testing of Hydrogen Combustion Engines

The objective of the “WaVe” joint project, which is funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, is to develop a hydrogen-based drive system for commercial vehicles in the medium-duty range and to test it by using various demonstrators in field trials. At the core of the drive system is a new type of hydrogen combustion engine, which is supplemented with all the system components required for operation.  

Innovation and Technology Promotion Programme of the State of Rhineland-Palatinate (InnoTop)

The aim of the project “Development of an intelligent, universally applicable software bus toolchain for distributed, embedded systems (SBT)” is the development of a kind of modular system with the help of which software development for distributed systems is simplified and thus accelerated. The focus is on automated code generation, tracing, security and testing. The EU and the state of Rhineland-Palatinate are funding the project with funds from the European Regional Development Fund.