Sensors Midwest 2018: IoT Can Come True, It Can Happen To You

At Sensors Midwest 2018, ROBIOTIC exhibited its services for complete IoT success for small and medium-sized companies. From sensor selection to business model and everything in between, all the elements necessary for a successful IoT project are part of ROBIOTIC´s portfolio. Working from an entrepreneur’s concept, ROBIOTIC is the complete partner for industry 4.0 and IoT business models.


Reportedly, ROBIOTIC is more than a typical electronics design consultancy – the company says it knows how to make a business successful. Company experts sit down with customers to analyze their IoT concepts and figure out the best way to make them happen – from initial technology decisions, design and manufacturing, to actual market implementation, distribution and success.  

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ROBIOTIC is experienced with a wide range of sensor, communication and cloud technologies and protocols – but is not married to any of them. From pure data collection to a meaningful source of insights for your business model, there are several hurdles to overcome. To move from conventional to digital business, new technologies need to be established.


ROBIOTIC is a joint venture of the two companies Hoffmann + Krippner GmbH and TK World AG and guides traditional manufacturing companies through the 4th industrial revolution.


To make an appointment and for more information, visit ROBIOTIC and/or call 786-535-9559.


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