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At QUNDIS HQ in Erfurt QUNDIS strengthens its strategic partnership with the Technical University of Ilmenau. The agreement confirms the existing project-based cooperation between QUNDIS and the faculty of high-frequency and microwave technology (HMT) at TU Ilmenau, and lays the foundation stone for further joint projects. Exploiting potentials and creating innovations together Dr. Holger Landenberger, Head of R&D at QUNDIS and Dr. Matthias Hein, head of the HMT… Read more
Erfurt, 24 September 2015 – In October QUNDIS is launching the Q caloric 5.5 heat cost allocator with optimised wireless transmission performance. This electronic device for recording the heat emission of radiators is the optimised successor model to the tried-and-tested Q caloric 5, and features significantly improved wireless transmission performance. In addition, in C-Mode the Q caloric 5.5 can be read out 365 days a year. This benefits… Read more
Erfurt, 8 September 2015 – At the request of customers QUNDIS is now providing all mechanical water meters with factory-fitted and parameterised radio transmission modules. These water meters sets represent a further module in the digital data recording range of the QUNDIS product world. Fitting is simpler, operation cheaper and in addition the module is less vulnerable to error. With immediate effect metering services can order all QUNDIS… Read more
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Smart metering platform Q SMP and smart meter gateway Q gateway 5 In future QUNDIS will be providing metering services and the housing industry with a high-end system for remote meter reading, combined with a cloud-based smart metering platform (Q SMP). Existing Q AMR solutions can now be supplemented by the Q SMP smart metering platform and the Q gateway 5 smart meter gateway. For metering services and… Read more
Ehningen/Erfurt - March 17, 2015: The German SME QUNDIS developed a measurement system for the way data is collected from energy consumption. QUNDIS chose IBM Softlayer cloud center in Frankfurt to support the billing and monitoring of heat and water consumption. On the central platform, customers such as metering service providers have transparency in managing energy consumption. Additionally, QUNDIS plans to develop mobile apps via IBM’s Bluemix, so… Read more