Exelonix develops and sells communication products for different markets. Based on modern cloud technology Exelonix provides innovative Internet-of-Things (IoT) Solutions for home automation, security and E-health applications.
Exelonix was founded 2013 as a spin-off from the Vodafone Chair at the University of Dresden and became a pioneer in 5G IoT solutions focussing on device development and integration.
Exelonix is located in Dresden, a city that uniquely combines an over 800 year historic, baroque background with a pulsating high tech multi billion Euro semiconductor businesses that have turned the region into Europe’s number one silicon site.
April: Founding of Exelonix GmbH
July: Seedfunding by HTGF & Founder
September: Entry into the new business premises
August: Launch of the asina tablet at the IFA 2014 in Berlin
September: Investment of the Mittelständische Beteiligungsgesellschaft Sachsen (MBG) and other private investors
March: Presentation of the asina smart home solution
August: First customer in the field of e-health & telemedicine
September: Launch of the asina app on Google Play
January: Start of development projects in the field of energy management
August: Sales cooperation with Freenet
September: Product launch asina 2.0 the simple interface for smartphone & tablet
November: IoT Demonstration @ Internet of Tings World Europe in Dublin
March: IoT-Demo @ Mobile World Congress in Barcelona
April: Start of NB-IoT development
October: Launch of NB|DESK for NB-IoT Network Testing
May: Launch of the Vodafone NB-IoT Development Kit (developed by Exelonix)
June: Smart Booking Product Demonstration @ Cebit (with Vodafone & Deutsche Bahn)
January: Start of the SCECREDAS project (Product Security for Cross Domain Reliable Dependable Automated Systems) Horizon 2020 EU-Funding
October: Launch of Vodafone LPWA-connect product
Public Funded Research Projects
SECREDAS (Product Security for Cross Domain Reliable Dependable Automated Systems)
The high-level goal of SECREDAS is to develop software for validating architecting methodologies, reference architectures, components and suitable integration, as well as verification approaches for automated systems in different domains. These will combine high security and privacy protection while preserving functional-safety and operational performance. SECREDAS will take a first important step to developing and enhancing trustworthiness, particularly for the future European transportation and medical industries. This will help to make connected and automated vehicles a reality, and ensure that European Original Equipment Manufactures (OEM) remain competitive and can maintain their world leading position. In addition, SECREDAS addresses cross-domain cybersecurity and safety related technologies in the areas of automated systems in the medical, railway & aerospace sectors, as well as support cross-domain actions.
EdiS (Energiedienste in der intelligenten Stadt, beispielhafte Erweiterung auf die Lebensbereiche Wohnen und Mobilität)
In this project will work on an integrated approach to combine smart city sensors, charging infrastructure of electric vehicles and smart home sensors via the smart metering infrastructure. The project will derive a service infrastructure that will provide additional e-health and AAL-offerings to customers along with smart metering. Exelonix is working on the smart IoT sensors communicating via 5G directly into the service cloud.
The aim of the project is the research and development of networked construction site processes and machine technologies based on flexible and powerful communication solutions for implementing the Industry 4.0 guiding principles on construction sites. The result is a uniform 5G reference architecture for a heterogeneous building landscape, which, depending on the application, ideally covers the various requirements for wireless networking on the construction site through the flexible use of different access technologies. The consortium is developing suitable localization, recognition, operating and assistance concepts for integrating construction equipment, materials and, in particular, humans into the digitized construction site that is changing as a result, and is developing automation-compatible drive and control technologies for the machines on the construction site.