Pilotfish – Industrial Partner (Germania)

Pilotfish is a design and innovation consultancy based in Munich, Berlin and Amsterdam with a branch office in Taipei. Pilotfish is specialised in the development of intelligent products and services for the professional electronics, medical and transportation industries, supporting clients with integrated design services that cover the entire product development process.

Pilotfish’ work includes design research and strategy, user experience design, industrial design, user interaction design, user interface design, service design, tech demos, prototyping and mechanical engineering. Pilotfish also acts as hub of innovation for start-ups and technology providers looking for the right partners to realise their product or service ideas in meaningful ways for end users.

Founded in 2000, Pilotfish has long-time experience in working for the electronics industry with clients including Bayer, Berlin Heart, Biotronik, BMW/MINI, Bosch, ERT, Hansaton Akustik, Ganshorn, Honeywell, Samsung, Siemens and TNI medical. Pilotfish’ work is regularly acknowledged for its design excellence by independent international juries, including the Good Design, IDEA, iF and red dot awards.

Pilotfish brings in expertise in innovation, product development, and the creation of innovative user experiences, tech demos and prototypes for demonstration purposes. Working in multidisciplinary teams, Pilotfish integrates user interaction/experience design and industrial design in a holistic process to enable the creation of coherent and enticing new user experiences.

Pilotfish’ special skills lie in the development of innovative and marketable product solutions and applications for new technologies. In addition, Pilotfish has profound knowledge of different production methods and is capable of consulting on the producibility of product concepts.

Pilotfish is involved in numerous research and development projects, amongst others in cooperation with the Munich University of Technology (TUM), Delft University of Technology, Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg, Charitße University Hospital Berlin, and the Industrial Technology Research Institute in Taiwan (ITRI).

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