About 2π-LABS:

Your Next Generation
Radar Technology Partner

// About Us: Philosophy //

Our Passion is Your Advantage

2π-LABS is the inventor of an award-winning, innovative ultra-wideband, robust and easy-to-use radar technology for achieving maximum performance in your application.

Our goal is to achieve a significant advantage in value creation for our customers and OEM partners.

126-182 GHz high performance D-band FMCW radar chipset for industrial and scientific applications.

“In everything we do, we strive to achieve a significant advantage in value creation for our customers and partners through innovative, robust and easy-to-use next generation radar technology.”

Dr.-Ing. Timo Jaeschke

CEO & Co-Founder 2π-LABS GmbH

// Award Winning Solution: More than Just Ranging //

From Lab to Application

As a spin-off of Ruhr University Bochum (Chair of Integrated Systems), dedicated specialists are permanently working with great enthusiasm on the optimization of radar technology. 2π-LABS is a key driver of standardization and regulatory work for the industrial development and regulation of the innovative D-band frequency ranges in Europe.

// About Us: Team //

The Core Team Behind 2π-LABS

Dr.-Ing. Timo


More than 10 years professional experience in radar hardware, software and algorithms.

M.Sc. Simon


Dedicated engineer with extensive knowledge in MMIC design, hardware and software.

Dr.-Ing. Jan


Passionate researcher with outstanding radar signal processing software skills.

Dr. rer. nat. Ralph


Experienced Engineer with deep knowledge in business processes.



Enthusiastic marketing, procurement and backoffice specialist.

// About Us: Our Values //

Being Innovative and Open


Technological progress is our DNA.

With visionary ideas, innovative methods, scientific expertise and unrestrained enthusiasm, we set new standards in radar technology. We make it accessible for end-users and offer the competitive edge: in industry and science.


Shaping the future means being open. 

Our radar technology is driven by open knowledge, open software, and open interfaces – that’s where we see the future. In this way, we provide a large international community with easy access to complex radar technology and achieve a natural exchange between science and industry.  

This is how, we jointly create new potential from innovative and new applications.
This is how we create your added value


Reliability is the product of perfection and trust.

This is what we stand for and how we inspire: both in the use of our radar technology and the results delivered, as well as in the close partnership-based cooperation with you.

This is how we achieve joint success.

// About Us: Research //

Advancing Science

2π-LABS is committed to advancing state-of-the-art through continuous innovation. The following research endeavours are currently being pursued by us.

BMBF Project "PINK"

Modular radar-based electronic system with highest precision for industrial test and calibration applications
Our high-precision ranging endeavour is supported by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) under the project name PINK.
Project Summary


AI radar object analysis library and AI software framework for advanced object analysis using FMCW radar
Our AI research is supported by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMF) under the project name KI-ROJAL.
Project Summary

// About Us: Memberships //

Shaping Future

2π-LABS is working in close relation with harmonization committees setting the legal groundwork for using advanced wideband technology in Europe and worldwide.

ETSI EN 305 550-2

Short Range Devices (SRD) to be used in the 40 GHz to 260 GHz frequency range Harmonised Standard for access to radio spectrum Part 2: radiodetermination for industrial applications
Setting the basis for wideband radar market entry in Europe.
ETSI Work Programme

CEPT, WG SE24 / SRD-MG, WI71 / ECC Report 334

UWB radiodetermination applications in the frequency range 116-260 GHz
Working on a legal basis for wideband radar use in Europe.
CEPT Report 334