By using our intelligent sensors and the information they provide, we have already been able to optimise many industrial processes in terms of efficiency and resource conservation.

With our experience in the development and distribution of wireless sensors and wireless networks, we can contribute to the implementation of important core aspects of digitalisation and Industry 4.0 and the associated benefits.

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For this reason, we are cooperating in our latest research project with the Institute for Textile Technology at RWTH Aachen University and our Turkish partners Marmara University and SENTEZ Termal in the AIF-funded ZIM project GlassCooler for the optimisation of glass fibre production. In the course of this project, we are developing a new system component for active cooling of the individual filaments and the required optical measurement and control units with the aim of optimising glass fibre production. By contactless measurement of the fibre state during solidification and adaptive control of the individual cooling fins, it is possible to reduce the fluctuation in the mechanical properties and to achieve a higher strength. For this purpose, a simulation-supported control technique is being developed by the university partners ITA RWTH Aachen. An absolutely relevant and important project for the efficient use of raw materials in glass fibre production.


In the field of automotive, manufacturing technology, mining, and medical technology, we are striving for further collaborations as an SME and would be pleased if you are interested and get in touch with us.