Radiocrafts AS, a leading provider of RF modules, today announced that it has entered a distribution agreement for the German speaking European market with Unitronic Gmbh.
“We are excited to team up with Untronic”, said Anders Oldebäck, Sales and Marketing Director of Radiocrafts. “We see Unotrinc’s strategic initiative on Sensor2Clout to match our Wireless Sensor Network strategy very well. We will work closely together to provide modules and solutions in the German speaking market for customer who are looking for solutions that connect sensors wireless to a gateway and then up to the cloud”.
“The modules from Radiocrafts do strengthen our portfolio capabilities regarding wireless communication technologies supporting industry standard protocols. They perfectly facilitate our ‘Sensor2Cloud’ solution offerings. Radiocrafts as technology partner shall enable Unitronic to fully deploy its strategy in the focused market area and serving our customers along the process chain: sensor selection & application, data collection & processing, data transmission & storage in the cloud”, said Werner Niehaus, BU Manager Electronics at Unitronic GmbH.
Radiocrafts provides surface mount RF modules for wireless networking in the ISM bands world-wide. The modules support industry standard protocols such as Wireless M-Bus, Sigfox and KNX-RF and the proprietary protocols; RC232 for point to point and simple networks, TinyMesh, a lightweight mesh for all ISM bands, and ZNM, a 2.4 GHz mesh.
Unitronic is part of the Swedish Lagercrantz Group AB and provides a complete sensor portfolio with a broad range of gas, pressure, temperature and humidity, particle among other Sensors, including plug-and-play sensor modules from own developments. IoT/M2M solutions include a variety of wired and wireless technologies: Ethernet, Powerline, WLAN, Bluetooth, DECT-ULE among the modules from Radiocrafts. The offered EEaaS (Electrical Engineering as a Service) is ranked a strong differentiating factor towards ‘Sensor2Cloud’ solution and full service provider.