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Wednesday, September 23, 2020

It's time to listen! ESYS use cases with ThingsBoard

ThingsBoard is launching a series of customer experience publications. For your convenience, we will tag the stories with #ThingsBoardInAction. Recently we'd already came up with case studies of our customers and now we want to make these printings on a regular basis.

The very first #ThingsBoardInAction story came from ESYS GmbH. The company has a large number of customers from various industries. Hereunder we present some of the solutions ESYS has implemented with Thingsboard. Initially, the company started with Community version and then migrated to the Pro version of the platform.


"In the course of the Beethoven Year 2020, the Berlin State Library has exhibited and made available to the public its substantial collection of Ludwig van Beethoven's music manuscripts.

ESYS GmbH ensured the climatic monitoring of the sensitive exhibits and made them accessible to the responsible persons via Thingsboard Dashboard", — says Dr. Robby Rochlitzer, Managing Director Research and Development at ESYS.


For the agricultural industry ESYS team has developed a product that uses Modbus sensors for soil moisture and climate monitoring (temperature, relative humidity, wind direction, wind speed, rainfall) to optimize irrigation and fertilization and allows for evaluation using a Thingsboard.

Monitoring Industry 4.0

According to Dr. Rochlitzer, "In cooperation with an industrial company, a system was developed that records and monitors motor temperatures, motor current consumption, the temperatures of two motor bearings, vibrations and control cabinet temperatures in kilns".

Smart poultry production

For the purpose of monitoring of breeding houses and adjusting the quality of life index, the developed system delivered live images and ability to evaluate them via Thingsboard.

To all the customers we have and will have in the future: #ThingsBoardInAction is a good opportunity to tell the world about your company and your solutions. We are keen to support your IoT market expansion with our products and this additional option.

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