The Witte Group from Wermelskirchen and IOX have concluded a participation agreement. Within this framework, the production and marketing of IOX's existing in-house developments will be accelerated. In addition, the development of new IoT product components will be expanded in the future. Projects will be generated through close cooperation - also within the networks and sales structures existing on both sides.
More information: Witte Group
IOX and Vodafone cooperate on rapid prototyping. While IOX acts as a think tank for the product, Vodafone is responsible for networking and advising the customer. This will give Vodafone business customers tailor-made IoT products.
More information on www.vodafone.de
Blockchain Europe is the project to establish a European Blockchain Institute and network partner of IOX. The project consortium consists of the Dortmund Fraunhofer Institutes IML and ISST as well as the Chair of Corporate Logistics and the Chair of Materials Handling and Warehousing at the Technical University of Dortmund.
More information on the Blockchain Europe website.
IOX is a Microsoft solution provider and provides customer solutions based on Microsoft technology. This enables us to support you in making the most of the cloud - and thus in growing your business and increasing sales.
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GS1 Germany GmbH
GS1 is a not-for-profit organisation that develops and maintains global standards for business communication. The best known of these standards is the barcode, a symbol printed on products that can be scanned electronically.
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Lemonbeat GmbH is the inventor of a universal framework, called Lemonbeat smart Device Language (LsDL), which provides the building blocks for the development of smart devices within the Internet of Things (IoT). With LsDL it is possible to place ‘intelligence’ directly onto the devices themselves. Through the networking of such intelligence devices, they can then interact directly with each other, without relying on cloud or gateway solutions. This helps to the reduce the complexity, as well as engineering and servicing costs normally associated with an IoT installation. At the same time it provides increased flexibility. The language can be used in combination with common cable or wireless IPv6-based communication protocols. Lemonbeat was founded in 2015 and is a 100% subsidiary of innogy SE, an established European energy company.
More information on www.lemonbeat.com