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EDAG Engineering Group AG

also known as "EDAG" references originating from Germany

The archive contains 23 references to EDAG Engineering Group AG.

The first known report was published on 15.03.2018, making EDAG the 176th oldest out of the 1112 entities that expressed interest in the IOTA protocol.

With 23 publications relating to IOTA, EDAG currently ranks as the 9th most active out of 1112 entities publicly expressing interest in IOTA.

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General news

30.06.2020

EDAG Engineering updated its website, showcasing its IOTA-enabled concept "CityBot", describing the decision to base the Citybot on IOTA as "[...] offering us the desired platform in terms of data exchange and payment transactions [ ... ] IOTA has the greatest opportunities in terms of scalability in all markets.". EDAG will be presenting the next iteration of its Citybot at the upcoming "Internationale Automobilaustellung for Commercial Vehicles 2020" ("International Motor Show Germany").

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Academic

28.02.2020

Members of Edag Engineering published a paper titled "Mobility concept of a road robot" ("Mobilitätskonzept eines Straßenroboters"), mentioning IOTA.

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11.02.2020

Edag Engineering won the German Design Award for its IOTA-enabled CityBot concept.

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19.12.2019

Employees of Edag Engineering explain status quo of the IOTA integration into the autonomous "Edag City Bot", as well as the IOTA-enabled "Trive.me" parking app.

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19.12.2019

Edag Engineering promotes the "Untangled" podcast of the IOTA Foundation, that interviewed two of its employees about the IOTA-enabled "Edag City Bot" and the "Trive.me" parking app.

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22.09.2019

The Trive.Me product owner tweets from the Edag booth at the IAA where the EDAG City Bot is jointly presented with the IOTA team.

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Event

11.09.2019

Holger Koether, Jan Pauseback and Anne Smith are invited by Edag Engineering to the presentation of the IOTA-enabled "Edag CityBot" at the IAA2019 trade fair.

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Related members Holger Köther Jan Pauseback Anne Smith
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11.09.2019

Edag Engineering presents its "TRIVE.ME Citybot" at the IAA 2019 press conference, also explaining the advantages and integration of IOTA as communication protocol and payment solution.

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10.09.2019

Edag Engineering publishes a promotional video explaining its IOTA-enabled "Citybot", including services of the bot that are being paid in IOTA tokens.

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10.09.2019

Edag's "Trive.me" presents its (also) IOTA-based parking solution at the IAA 2019.

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10.09.2019

Edag Engineering publishes a preview video of its IOTA-enabled "Citybot".

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General news

22.08.2019

Edag Enginnering's "Trive.me" lists IOTA as „prototypical feature“ for the second generation of its parking app solution.

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General news

20.08.2019

Edag Engineering announces a new parking solution, including an app, based on IOTA.

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General news

20.08.2019

Edag Engineering announces to present its "EDAG City Bot" at the IAA 2019, an autonomous concept car including "digital micro-payment solutions of EDAG partner IOTA, [...] offering new, autonomous transport and working vehicles, but also possible new business models".

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Event

23.05.2019

Alexander Renz and Markus Soppa, the CEO of Accessec are invited as speakers to the 14TH Handelsblatt Jahrestagung, which is moderated by the Edag Engineering CEO, to talk about "Blockchain and Mobility" and "Utility vehicles and new mobility concepts für blockchain".

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Related members Alexander Renz
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Event

22.11.2018

The IOTA Munich Community hosts an event, inviting Alisa Maaas to represent the IOTA Foundation, as well as representatives of the Fraunhofer Society, the Industrial IOTA Lab Aachen of the University of Aachen and Edag Engineering to present on their IOTA-based projects.

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Contribution: The Librarian The archive contains 1527 submissions filed under this pseudonym (click for all). Note that identities of submitters are not being verified. 1527
General news

16.11.2018

Trive.me (a brand of Edag Engineering) employees reflect on co-hosting the IOTA Forum for Future Mobility in Lindau, Germany, where they also presented their PoC trive.park.

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09.11.2018

Trive.me, a brand of Edag Engineering, hosts an IOTA meetup in Munich, Germany, where insights on their work of heir IOTA-based parking app will be shared.

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19.10.2018

Adag Engineering publishes an article, announcing further development of concepts to utilize IOTA.

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20.09.2018

Bayern Innovativ hosts an industry event, outlining IOTA use cases and implementation for the automotive industry, including talks by Edag Engineering, the DLT Lab of the Reutlingen University, Trive.me, Accessec and Adasens Automotive

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Contribution: The Librarian The archive contains 1527 submissions filed under this pseudonym (click for all). Note that identities of submitters are not being verified. 1527
General news

30.08.2018

Edag Engineering announces to host an event for automotive OEMs where IOTA use cases for the automotive industry, IOTA payment systems, e-wallets, autonomous driving, pay-per-use models and supply chain examples are presented and discussed.

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General news

02.07.2018

Dr. Andreas Böhm of the Cluster Automotive talks with Jacek Burger from Edag Engineering about their developments regarding IOTA, presented at the "Ecosytem Highly Automated Driving"

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General news

15.03.2018

Trive.me, an EDAG brand, publishes an article about the M2M IOTA payment system its team developed during the "BOSCH Connected World Hackathon" (BCX18).

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Contribution: The Librarian The archive contains 1527 submissions filed under this pseudonym (click for all). Note that identities of submitters are not being verified. 1527
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