Robot (r)evolution to “build” the future society

Mission Statement

Design and build your future robotic society:

Dynamic technology enabled upskilling with our unique knowledge menu applied in in social, industrial, healthcare, and ecological contexts. Search, find and create exceptional combinations of technologies for robotic construction and building solutions driven by target value design and entrepreneurial spirit. Learn more about our highly integrative & cross disciplinary approach.

Life-Long Learning

Hands-on experience and near real world testing of your ideas and study outcomes in associated testing labs and teleconstruction site, is only one part of our unique approach of your…

Research & Development

Robots & cobots – Automation & innovation will be everywhere:
Your R&D project has huge potential to develop into an innovation of substantial societal & technical benefit?

Industry Application

Robots and cobots – Automation will be anywhere:
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Projects & Publications

You would like to get deeper information about our projects, our publications, our global network as well as our scientific expertise that helps us to drive innovations…


A strong, global research network, consisting of (non-) academic partners and an international, editorial board, form the basis of our knowledge – learn more about some of our achievements…


Hands-on experience, near real world testing, and participation in standardization committees: click through our portfolio of interviews, documentaries, project demonstration and speeches/lectures…

Early vision of robotic site in 1984 became reality in 1992

Cable-driven parallel robot for facade installation in the HEPHAESTUS project

Facade-processing robot developed for Construction Industry Council of Hong Kong

Detail of the facade-processing robot developed for Construction Industry Council of Hong Kong

Early vision of robot assisted living became reality

Advanced robotic solutions for ageing workforce

Technology supporting daily activities of the elderly

Advanced interactive technology developed for the elderly in the REACH project

Providing living support system in a home environment

Visitors testing interactive technology at a trade fair in Denmark

Developing contactless health sensing system

Serious gaming to promote activity level for the elderly in the REACH project

Chair demonstrating assistive technology to international experts

Advanced interactive technology developed for the elderly in the REACH project

Integrating high-tech in home environment for the elderly in the REACH project

Towards a robot-powered world

Chair holder Prof. Thomas Bock giving keynote at GIES Hong Kong

Chair organizing international conference at Technical University of Munich

Prof. Bock during the opening ceremony of Sino-German Industrial Design Innovation Research School, Wuhan

Chair organizing international workshop for the delegation from Hong Kong

About us

Bock Robotics Revolution (br2) merges management competency (construction management, technology management, innovation management) with competency in advanced technologies (production technology, ICT, Microsystems technology, mechatronics, automation, robotics, personal assistance technology, etc.) and applies it to solve future demographic challenges of our society by considering all phases of building’s lifecycle (development, planning, construction, use/performance, de-construction/end-of-life, etc.).

Industry Sectors

Our unique combination of scientific research and near real world testing in one of our labs in our three specializations Construction Robotics, Assistive & Healthcare Technologies and Mega Trends for the cities of the future evolves out of the box solutions for you, as a student and a research or cooperation partner – let us find mutual synergies.

Construction Robotics

Assistive & Healthcare Technologies

Mega Trends for the cities of the future


Using space-inspired technology such as robots, sensing-monitoring-intervention solutions and life support systems to solve problems in healthcare.

Affordable housing

Developing mass-produced affordable housing components in factories enabling rapid on-site assembly to mitigate the impact of population explosion and rapid urbanization.

Future Homes

Creating an ubiquitous technology-integrated home environment to meet the challenges imposed by rapid population aging.

Prof. Thomas Bock interviewed by Bauindustrie Bayern on “Schöne neue Bau-Welt mit Bau-Robotik”

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Prof. Thomas Bock gave opening keynote on “Robot Revolution” at 41 International Symposium on Automation and Robotics in Construction in Lille, France on June 3rd, 2024

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Prof. Thomas Bock to give keynote on “High RoboTech for High DenCity” at Global Construction Robotic Day in Hong Kong on May 7th, 2024

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Prof. Thomas Bock to give keynote on “Digital solutions for the future of economy and society” at the Grand Opening of the Building.Lab at OTH Regensburg

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International workshop on “Network for Research to Industry Transfer of Robotics and Automation in Construction” to be held in Singapore on February 28th featuring Prof. Thomas Bock and Prof. Thomas Linner

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Prof. Kepa Iturralde and Prof. Thomas Bock are guest-editing Special Issue “Robotics, Automation and Digitization in Construction” for the journal Buildings

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Prof. Thomas Bock to give keynote speech on “Automatisiertes und roboterisiertes Bauen – was ist möglich, was ist sinnvoll und was ist realistisch” at Bauakademie Sachsen on January 25th, 2024

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Prof. Thomas Bock to give opening keynote on “Engineering the Future” at InfraTech 2024 Trade Fair in Essen Germany on January 9th, 2024

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Prof. Thomas Bock to deliver keynote speech on “Robotisation and Automation in the Building Industry” at Construction RX Consortium in Singapore on November 23rd

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Prof. Bock and Dr. Rongbo Hu are guest-editing Special Issue “Inclusive Smart Cities” for high-impact journal Smart Cities

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