Tyker focusses on work-process automation for mobile machines in Road Construction using localisation. Its products reduce labour and improve job satisfaction.



2008 Tyker was founded as a spin-off company of Wageningen University. Its research and development projects concern robotics for off-highway mobile machines including concept development, modelling, simulation, sensor fusion, motion planning and control.

2012 Tyker demonstrates autonomous master-slave navigation with two tractors (Hubrina project).

2012 Tyker launches the Road Plotter.

2015 Tyker launches the Road Profiler.

2018 Tyker launches the Robot Plotter.