Our Vision

Today factories consume 50% of the world’s energy, 25% of the world’s water and produce 75% of all solid waste. The manufacturing industry is under tremendous pressure to improve quality and performance under stringent environmental and safety regulations and to become more competitive. Additional pressures to reduce environmental footprint, energy and water consumption and from rising energy costs add to these pressures. Therefore, business and process leaders need access to real-time information on the business and environmental performance of their operations, and the impact of their decisions on the plant’s future operating performance.

It’s easy to make good business decisions if you have meaningful, timely data. Capturing the right data and interpreting it correctly is extremely complex, time consuming, expensive and requires in-depth industry-specific expertise.

Our vision is a world where factories think: identifying opportunities to become more efficient, selecting how to source and use energy dynamically and are self-regulating. With factoryone, tomorrow’s factories will produce benefits for the word, without the waste.

Our research partners

The University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Sydney, Australia – Ranked 47th in the world, Member of the „Group of Eight” of the leading universities in Australia, in the top 10 universities in the Asian-Pacific area with 40.000 students. The Sustainable Manufacturing and Life Cycle Engineering Research Group within the School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering has developed expertise in the area of life cycle engineering such as economic and ecological modeling, analysis and planning of redistribution and recycling strategies, technological evaluation of products over the whole life cycle and, more recently, the analysis of energy and eco-efficiency of product and production processes.

Technische Universität Braunschweig, a member of the “TU9” – leading universities with technical orientation in Germany – is the oldest university with technical background in Germany, comprising 14.000 students. The Product and Life-Cycle-Management Research Group within the Institute of Machine Tools and Production Technology (IWF) considers life cycle oriented improvement of products and processes as well as the development and industrial application of concepts, methods and tools towards the vision of sustainable development. A leading centre for the development of design methods and tools that support sustainable product design, it promotes environmental sustainability through a directed program of research, consulting, professional development and knowledge transfer.

Our research partners

Success Stories

Learn More Primary Metal Manufacturing Efficient Operations
Energy consumption reduced by 45%

Aluminium Production

Hot Rolling Process
Saving 305T CO2 eq.

Learn More Heavy Industry
Energy consumption reduced by 12%

Heavy Engineering

Air Compressor
Saving 60T CO2 eq.

Learn More Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing
Energy consumption reduced by 43%

Metal Fabrication

Saving 21T CO2.
and 30% of labour hours

Learn More Basic Chemical and Chemical Product Manufacturing
Energy consumption reduced by 51%

Pharmaceutical Production

Saving > 1000T CO2 eq.

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Frequently Asked Questions

As a factory, what do I need to do?

Provide access to your assets and personnel to assist in connecting our meters and IT team for ERP/SCADA information.

Do I need to shut down the factory?

No, this is a non-invasive solution with no downtime of your factory.

How long is the setup process?

Most likely a day for meter connection and another day for IT configuration.

How long till we see results?

Data will be following in immediately. We will provide recommendations within 30 days from first live data stream.

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