Recording process data, and then?

Digitization platform for your digital transformation

Over the past 3 years, CONENGA Group has developed an Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) solution tailored to the needs of the process industry.-capable data platform is developed. This provides also small and medium-sized companies the possibility to start or expand digitization projects cost-effectively and securely -regardless of the location.

We bring together OT and IT

Data can be processed directly from the automation systems at the OT level as well as from other data sources at the IT level, and process values can be sent and stored almost indefinitely every second. The data transmission takes place via TLS connections encrypted at the protocol level and thus meets the highest security requirements.
Another advantage is that new data sources – whether on the receiver or sender side – can be added in a very simple way. With this state-of-the-art solution, we ensure smooth 24/7 operation as part of the digitization projects supported with this platform.

Due to its scalability, this solution is also suitable for large and extensive projects. The modern architecture as well as the applied technologies make them future-proof in their application.

One solution for multiple applications

Due to the high temporal resolution, which is also fully preserved for historical values, the data platform is suitable, among other things, for detecting anomalies, for process modeling and for generating soft sensors. Standard functions such as alerting or reporting, monitoring and individual KPI calculations are also available.

Die Plattform wird laufend erweitert und kann branchenunabhängig für unterschiedlichste Anwendungen herangezogen werden. Our engineers use the historical data just as successfully for various machine learning projects due to the good data quality (which is not always a matter of course with process data).

This way, we create forecast models for our customers, for example viaAI tools for energy procurement.

Let’s move your digitization project forward together! If you are interested and have any questions about this solution, please feel free to contact us.



17. April 2023|

Shaping together at the CONENGA Group Office

The intense, corona-induced home office period has fortunately come to an end again and (yet another time) the “new normal” of the working world begins. Contrary to the resulting trend towards more home offices, we decided to move to a larger office last year. This is because we are convinced of joint creating and would like to give all team members the opportunity to do this in the shared office.

Back to work – for us: Business as usual

As before Covid times, we work in an effective mix of office and home office – the “old working world” was already dedicated to more flexible working for us anyway – more or less adapted to the needs and requirements of our employees and customers.

A minimum of presence is decidedly desired at our company, and meeting and working together in the central office will continue to be an important part of our everyday work. In the home office, a lot of creativity and inspiration falls by the wayside, and in the long run, probably the company’s success as well. Here, our experience coincides with that of occupational psychologists that satisfaction and motivation decline and employees lose their emotional attachment to the company.

New insights and good prospects

On the contrary, returning to the office on a regular basis increases the well-being of our employees, making them more productive at home, too. Our new team members are finally getting to know their colleagues, and in the interpersonal exchange, innovative and creative ideas spontaneously emerge.

Thus, in the last few weeks, the private hobby of our colleague Daniela Böck gave rise to a real “participatory origami installation” in our CONENGA Lab.

About Origami…

The name origami comes from the Japanese language and combines the words “ori” for “fold” and “gami” for “paper”. Origami is the ancient and beautiful art of paper folding. The diverse designs, ease of learning, and minimal materials required make this particular art form a popular, decelerating, and grounding hobby.

Origami is strongly connected with mathematics and science. Thus, to this day, more and more complex folding methods have developed and today origami folding techniques can be found in the most diverse places (as an exciting example, space technology is mentioned here). In recent years, origami has also been increasingly revisited in art, and the talent and artwork of our colleague Daniela inspired us to create our own origami installation at CONENGA Lab.

Our “Origami Make-Away Installation”.

During our first big team meeting in the new office, this was finally unveiled and finalized. Our CONENGA Group logo was handmade as a 3-D work of art in a very resource-saving way using origami technology only from square pieces of paper.

Many flowers and birds in a variety of colors and patterns strive in all directions. They symbolize the diversity & creativity in the team, in which individual idiosyncrasies are allowed and definitely desired. “One’s own bird” – or perhaps more elegantly, “one’s personal touch” was energetically brought to bear in the creation and further development of this living work of art.

17. April 2023|

Maximum site performance with the EPOC® suite

By integrating individual process plants into the higher-level control concept of our EPOC® Suite (Energy & Production Optimization Control), previously unattainable added value can be realized in terms of plant performance and product quality. Flexibility – even in the event of changes at the site – characterizes the new system with which we implement defined production targets in terms of overall efficiency. Read the whole article here!

17. April 2023|

Relationship stories and service things – It`s all about relationships

… we all know that. As in “real” life, it is also in business: A good relationship with the customer is the most important thing. In her new blog post, our service manager Melanie Schwarz reports in a good mood about her visit to the biomass cogeneration plant in Kufstein and explains what rezi blowers and steam turbines have to do with good customer relations…
Read more here!


17. April 2023|
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