TCR is a frame for our ideas.

It provides us with the basics we need to create and share.

Driven by our passion for robotics and embedded systems.

Some fascinating projects are in the works right now.
We want to grow with the challenges on the way.

It is essential for us to take you along on this journey.
TCR Studio is our way to give you insights into our projects, learn from your feedback and so much more.



digital boardgames

2019 -



the most advanced waterrocket

2020 -



RoboCup Junior: Rescue Line

2012 - 2019


We want to share our projects with you via TCR Studio.

It is essential for us to take you along on this journey.

TCR Studio is our way to give you insights into our projects, learn from your feedback and so much more. This is mainly done with monthly videos, but we are planning other formats as well.

Launching Project Poseidon

Hey everyone, this is the Poseidon introduction video in article form. [Aaron] Welcome back to our YouTube channel. I am Aaron from TCR and today we want to talk about Project Poseidon. [Finn] Hi, I'm Finn. For those who haven’t already watched the TCR introduction video, here is a short recap what Project Poseidon is: Idea [Aaron] Water rockets made out of PET bottles are often used to demonstrate the basic physical principles of rockets. And of course it is a ton of fun to launch them, but the most valuable part of the experience is actually the intuition. So ...

Our newest and most ambitious project to date.

We want to build the most advanced waterrocket.

Our plan is to design an electronically controlled Waterrocket with Thrust Vectoring Control, a telemetry link and many more features.
A lot of work is ahead of us to achieve this goal and we aren't even sure that our target can be fully reached.

To work out the properties of the rocket, we decided to build multiple pathfinder vehicles to test the basic hard- and software.
With the knowledge gained we will build the Poseidon Rocket and add more and more features after the first succesful flights.

To learn more about the Project and our Rockets, visit the Project Poseidon subsite.

If you want to read more about the progress we have made, visit the Poseidon Development Blog.

We want to design a true digital boardgame.

It is our vision to develop a piece of hardware which coordinates the game and interconnects the players

Visit our GameHub subsite to learn more about our goals or to read from the development blog.

This is how it all begun.

RoboCup Junior: Rescue Line

TCR was originally founded to participate at robotics competitions.
Over the years we decided to focus on the Rescue Line discipline of the RoboCupJunior.
The project ended in 2019 after multiple successful participations in national and international events.

If you want to learn more about it, please visit our dedicated Rescue subsite,
with a short overview and timeline.

Feel free to check out our old website, dedicated to just our RoboCup participation.
The content of this site is written solely in german.


german champion 

german vice champion

european vice champion

3rd place in worldcup


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Best Practice in Development Award

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