At a Glance

Excellent physicists, mathematicians and computer scientists from Jena solve custom scientific and technological tasks  mostly, using software.


We are all-rounders who met at science competitions, the Jena high school for mathematics and science, or at university, when the four founders studied physics together.

We are united by enjoying solving the tricky tasks  and by the fact, that we are pretty fast in doing that. We are motivated, when the things we create actually help  and not just meet the specs.

We are Your Team

Tell us about your problem, we think about a solution and provide you a quotation. No strings attached.

Uncompromising Quality

Especially for our customers from the medical and semiconductor sector, a solid quality management is a must-have.

We develop automatic tests for our products that are run ahead of every release. Our ticket system never neglects a bug nor a proposed feature. Thanks to version control, we know exactly if bug x had already been fixed in version y form three months ago.

Our project management is modern, efficient and professional.

Company profile

The company was founded in 2007 under the original name Invitronic. We changed our name to Invigon in 2013.


We support the youth science contest Jugend forscht and the foundation STIFT Thüringen.

Invigon is an associated member of the GenICam™ Standard Group. 


We give special attention to intuitive usability.

Software development

  • computer vision
  • signal processing
  • numeric optimization
  • pattern recognition and machine learning
  • C/C++, Qt, C#, WPF, Matlab, PHP, Assembler, LabView, Objective-C, …
  • graphical user interfaces (GUI), human machine interfaces (HMI)
  • 2D and 3D data processing, algorithm development and visualization
  • DLLs for WinCC, for example for data analysis and report generation
  • network programming, client-server applications
  • software libraries suitable for integration in LabView or MATLAB
  • inspection systems with industrial cameras

Scientific calculations, simulations

  • optics design
  • computational physics
  • algorithm design


  • optics design
  • computer vision
  • utilizing industrial cameras for measurement and optical experiments
  • laser technology
  • measurement technology
  • surface inspection and metrology, especially on semiconductors
  • 3d surface analysis
  • Matlab
  • C, C++, C++11, Boost with Visual Studio
  • Qt
  • modern programming using ticket systems, version control, etc.