Almost all eRobotics techniques are based on the implementation of 3D simulation technology. The basis for this is a model of the system under consideration, as well as an operational environment. An essential aspect of eRobotics is considering the behavior of the system in a three-dimensional space. Therefore typically underlying eRobotics applications are 3D models. In this connection “3D” explains that a significant aspect of the reproduction of the target system is its spatial characteristics and its behavior in a three-dimensional space. This experimentable 3D model forms the basis for the 3D simulation, which with its dynamic behavior has the objective of the reproduction of a system. Therefore eRobotics using the techniques of 3D simulation technology makes available all the necessary components for a realistic reproduction of complex dynamic systems. In so doing, key focus areas lie in: The implementation of calibrated and verified simulation algorithms, the parallel and simultaneous use of different simulation algorithms, and the integration of the control system, as well as the real time capability of the individual algorithms for the implementation of the interactive simulations.