TeDaLoS Best Practice – Customer Stories

Small parts, big impact: Digitised warehouse for fail-safe bread production


For more than six decades, Fischer Brot has been known and appreciated as a bakery that combines traditional baking skills with the taste of the times. In order to ensure the availability of maintenance-relevant materials, the company relies on TeDaLoS technologies – consisting of smart sensors, wireless transmission technology, European cloud software and a digital twin. Fischer Brot implemented a special feature – also new for TeDaLoS.

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Convincing performance – Using additional TeDaLoS systems to create a digital twin at automotive supplier Miba!


In 2017, Miba began testing TeDaLoS sensors in electroplating facilities as well as operations and auxiliary material warehouses at multiple locations. As a result of the system’s outstanding performance, a rollout was carried out in 2019 at the sites in Laakirchen, in the production and headquarters, and soon also in Vorchdorf. Michael Trausner, Lead Buyer at Miba, sums up positively: “Implementing the TeDaLoS system makes digitalised – and thus streamlined – purchasing and logistics processes a reality. Goods movement and inventories are managed automatically, eliminating potential sources of error.”

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Material flow monitoring with TeDaLoS sensors at rail infrastructure supplier KRUCH


KRUCH Railway Innovation ist ein österreichisches Qualitätsunternehmen, das im Stahlbausektor auf eine 150-jährige Firmentradition zurückblicken kann. In den letzten Jahrzehnten hat sich KRUCH als der Spezialist für Signalbau und Fahrleitungsbau in der Spitzengruppe der internationalen Bahninfrastrukturanbieter etabliert.

Jan Röhl, CEO der KRUCH Railway Innovation erläutert: “Die Implementierung von TeDaLoS ermöglicht den Echtzeit-Blick auf die A-Teile-Warenströme im Unternehmen als Abbild der physischen Realität.  Damit ergibt sich eine große Effizienzsteigerung in Lagerung, Fertigung und Einkauf, bis in den Vertrieb.“

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The customer in the interview: Material flow monitoring with TeDaLoS sensors at rail infrastructure supplier KRUCH

Jan Röhl, CEO of KRUCH Railway Innovation explains in an interview the motivation to use TeDaLoS and the results achieved with it.

Well protected electronics: TELE HAASE uses sensor-based stock level monitoring   

In 2020, TELE HAASE started a cooperation with TeDaLoS. Part of the cooperation is the implementation of sensor-based stock level monitoring at the TELE production site in Vienna. The company manufactures relays, load monitors, mains and system protection there.

As a technology manufacturer, we had confidence in the TeDaLoS systems right from the start. However, we were surprised that it is so easy to install and use.“ emphasizes Bernhard Propper, Logistics+Purchasing, TELE HAASE.

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Securing supply: KNÜPPEL VERPACKUNG uses sensor-based Kanban at pump manufacturer

The large variety of material groups – from e.g. small, lightweight bags and adhesive tape to large-format cardboard boxes delivered on pallets – has led to a need for a more universal method of KANBAN demand detection – which has now been found with TeDaLoS technology.

Marco Growe, Sales Director Knüppel: “The TeDaLoS cloud software does the conversion and interpretation into information content, which we can transfer directly into the material management system. With TeDaLoS, we make sensor and automation methods usable for us internally and for our customers.”

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