HBC radio controls in the field

We have collected a small selection of application reports. Find out which advantages HBC radio controls offer for everyday work!

man is controlling ANYmal

ANYmal: With HBC radio controls over hill and dale.

Exciting project with ETH Zurich.


As a global technology leader in the field of wireless control technology, HBC-radiomatic is happy to support research work and innovative projects at technical universities and in their environment.


Man next to IROCK stone crusher with HBC radio control in hand.

HBC radios control IROCK stone crusher.

“The specifications for the stone crusher have been implemented perfectly.”


spectrum radio controls increase safety and efficiency and provide optimum operating comfort when working with IROCK stone crushers. 


Man is changing truckload to another trailer with the HBC radio control

Railway logistics: ContainerMover scores with HBC radio control.

“Complete handling finished in 5 minutes”


Transporting goods on railway has a whole range of advantages: reliability, predictability and safety make rail transport an attractive option, both from the standpoint of logistics and efficiency. In addition to that, emissions are minimal.


Brunnhuber special crane is working in a storage hall.

Reliable control technology for a customized Brunnhuber crane.

HBC radio control offers safety and operating comfort.


The Bavarian company Lindermayr specializes in the semi-automatic production of prefabricated concrete products. During an extensive modernization of the company’s production facility in Friedberg, Germany, a complete re-design of the crane system was planned in order to increase the system’s performance.


Firefighter is working with a versatile track vehicle with HBC radio control

Safe-distance firefighting.

Versatile track vehicle with HBC radio control makes firefighting easier and protects rescue forces.


Fighting fires in difficult situations or in inaccessible areas poses extremely high risks to rescue forces. The newly developed special vehicle First Attack made by the company ITM from Ebersberg (Germany) specifically tackles this challenge: the innovation is based on a maneuverable track vehicle that can even climb stairs, thanks to its all-terrain capabilities.