Review of the 2nd autumn forum with Hackathon & new product presentation at the sps ipc drives in Nuremberg

If ventilation starts automatically on instructions from intelligent controllers that receive information about humidity and temperature from sensors, then we are right in the middle of the Internet of Things.

At the second SYS TEC electronic Autumn Forum with Hackathon, we presented our partners, suppliers and distributors with a wide range of solutions for monitoring, maintenance, energy management and asset tracking.

The Hackathon with three different sessions offered the opportunity to experience and test the sysWORXX products live.

Below you will find some impressions of the autumn forum as well as the three full-length presentations for download (in german).

This year we would also like to invite you to the trade fair sps ipc drives in Nuremberg, where we will also present our new product: the monitoring and control node sysWORXX SRN-300.

Your team from SYS TEC electronic

Review 2nd Autumn Forum with Hackathon

 

Below you will find the link to the pictures and the aftermovie of the autumn forum. You can also watch all presentations in full length (in German). Have fun watching.

For pictures, aftermovie and lectures click here.

New product presentation at the sps ipc drives in Nuremberg

 

From 27.11 - 29.11.18 we will be exhibiting at the trade fair for smart and digital automation sps ipc drives in Nuremberg. Besides our services in Smart Building, Smart Asset Tracking, Monitoring and Maintenance as well as IoT and IIoT in general, we also present our new wireless node.
 

 

The sysWORXX SRN-300 was developed as a monitoring and control node for sensors and actuators.

More information about the radio node can be found here.

Click here for the free ticket.

 

Article series for field

 

From now on you will find the first part of our field series on our website. Up to the sps ipc drives we will report at regular intervals on the field level, field buses, field networks and field devices.

Click here for the first part: Field level.

Head of Communications

Jan Schulze