Cooperation & Research

The Tecomon GmbH participated via the cooperating Steinbeis Transfer Center Building Technology in the research project sponsored by the Federal Institute for Research on Building, Urban Affairs and Spatial Development,
"IT-supported and automated energy monitoring of technical building equipment in real time
as part of a promt and optimized energy efficiency management taking into account building physics and utilization" (acronym: "AutoEffi")and the research project funded by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy,
"Energy-optimized construction: Monitoring and Operational Optimization of the Kreissparkasse Göppingen" (still under the Steinbeis Technology Transfer Center - Building Technology).

The product developed on this basis in cooperation with Steinbeis and Prof. Gerhard Fetzer of the Esslingen University of Applied Sciences
RasPTin® - Thin ( thus enables simple, fast and thus low-cost integration of devices
with significantly reduced error potential. All devices are connected with RasPTin® via USB interfaces
and uniquely identified by QR codes. Afterwards the devices are directly addressable or retrievable via http commands
or retrievable (analogous to calling up an Internet page).