The IoT revolution has just begun. At Embever, we know that high-tech must be more accessible to make this revolution succeed. We are making IoT a commodity.
Do you want to join us on this journey?
We are an international team of open-minded experts that love to get our hands dirty to quickly develop low-energy IoT projects. We are not afraid to think of unconventional approaches to solve technical challenges.
Richard Abendroth joins the team and fully supports Embever strategically and operationally with his bright mind as Customer Innovation Director.
One step further in railway
The railway company PowerTech-Converter is now a development partner of Embever. Innovative projects in this sector are ahead.
New space for our ideas in Magdeburg
Greener and more spacious to make our team more comfortable. Our new office in Magdeburg has a renovated look to inspire new ideas.
Tech team is growing
Three new team members have joined us on our mission of making IoT more accessible. Welcome to the team!
Potsdam, here we come
Apart from our main office in Magdeburg, we have a new location in Potsdam.
New managing director
Henry Schlag becomes the managing director of Embever.
Deutsche Bahn becomes our client
The frost protection 4.0 project with Deutsche Bahn becomes official.
Marta Belda extends the Embever team and supports the company in marketing, sales and organisation.
First prototypes for Witasek
A biotechnological monitoring solution for bark beetles is being developed.
Participation in Tech Founders Event
Embever takes Part of the Tech Founders Pitch Event in Munich to develop a lower power tracking solution for trailers with Knorr Bremse.
Embever applies for the UP2B Accelerator in Baden-Württemberg and wins one of the highly desirable places. The intensive program started on July 15th in Heidelberg.
New Advisory Board
Carsten Brinkschulte, Markus Schrickel and Richard Abendroth support us from now on in strategic issues.
Embever visits HUB Berlin, a business festival for digital movers. New contacts were made, opportunities opened up.
Embever wins a place for
The Mindbox is the venue in the heart of Berlin. The 100 Days Accelerator Program from Deutsche Bahn starts. Embever is in good company with 3 more startups from the batch “Future of Maintenance”.
Embever wins prestigious
Embever wins the 3rd place category “Most innovative products, services & business models”, for its IoT middleware Embever IoT Core.
The team is growing!
We are very happy to welcome Sujan Adhikari. He joins our team as a Backend Engineer.
First successful firmware update over the air (FOTA) with NB-IoT
Using our Embever File Transfer Protocol, we deployed our first firmware update over NB-IoT.
Presentation of Embever IoT Core at relevant fairs
We present Embever IoT Core at IDTechEX Berlin, IoT Global, CEBIT and other fairs.
Embever File Transfer Protocol
A major step for Embever IoT Core as we implement a file transfer mechanism for NB-IoT devices.
New office and first employee
We are growing! Our previous office is too small and we move to a new location. An own development laboratory is set up for the production of prototypes. Embever´s IoT Lab is born. The first employee Yuriy joins the Embever Team.
Visi/One, our first customer
The market leader in price labelling becomes our first customer.
Embever GmbH is founded
The research and development phase is advance and the next step is to found the company.
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PHASE
First NB-IoT Prototypes
We build our first development board based on NB-IoT. We use them to build first NB-IoT devices and connect them using Embever IoT Core.
Closed Alpha Of Embever IoT Core
We show the first IoT prototype connected to Embever IoT Core at the CeBIT.
Research on energy efficient data transmission
Research grant at the Otto-von-Guericke University from the program “ego.-Gründungstransfer” by EFRE and the Ministry of Economy, Science and Digitalisation, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany
Formation of the team
The founders (from left to right) Henry Schlag, Dr Pablo Zometa, Sascha Thiergart and Dr Andreas Welling join forces to find a way how battery-operated IoT devices can do more.