Partners

Basking’s partner network will ensure the success of your IoT initiatives

Basking is relying on the partners network to deliver complete building automation solutions to the customers. Our partners represent the world’s leading technology companies, both extending our platform to match customer-specific needs in hardware and software and providing top quality implementation services.

Our key partner and seed-stage investor is Innogy Innovation Hub – a company of Innogy SE, a leading European energy company with revenue of around €44 billion (2016), more than 40,000 employees and activities in 16 countries across Europe. With its three business segments Grid & Infrastructure, Retail and Renewables, Innogy addresses the requirements of a modern, decarbonized, decentralized, and digital energy world.

Thanks to the Innogy’s support, Basking Automation has access to its vast expertise in energy efficiency and analytics, as well as a wide network of service providers across Europe.

Newcastle, UK-based IOTech builds and deploys open and secure software edge platforms for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) helping drive IoT innovation, global market adoption, velocity and scale. The company’s products address the full spectrum of secure hard and soft real-time edge computing needs, dramatically reducing time to market and system integration costs for the partners who are the supply chains to multiple vertical IIoT market domains. Basking is working with IoTech to speed up the process of integrating various building devices such as meters, thermostats, and lighting controls in our application.

DEUTA Controls GmbH is one of the leading German providers of electronic devices for industrial and building automation. As a sister company of DEUTA-WERKE GmbH in Bergisch Gladbach, Germany, which is successfully operating in the field of railway technology for more than 100 years, the company is focused on cost-efficient and ROI-proven solutions. The company’s product portfolio includes a wide range of lighting controls based on radio and bus systems, such as EnOcean, DALI, KNX, Modbus, BACnet etc.,