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Find out about our trusting cooperation.

Find out about our trusting cooperation.

Their trust is our pride

Cooperation is the key to success on the Internet of Things. As equals with our customers and partners, we find solutions to all their challenges. Their trust in our competence makes us proud. Check our references to find out how together we were able to implement projects for many different industries.

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Smart connected products facilitate the collection, analysis and sharing of data to sell services instead of just goods. This enables new business models, stronger customer loyalty and more efficient product development.


Autonomous cleaning robot from Kärcher in a storage hall

“With our networked cleaning robot we can now offer our end customers digital services that set us apart from the competition.”

Alina Seitter, Product Manager Robotics at Kärcher

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RanMarine's WasteShark in waterway cleaning

“Precise Positioning provides us with the accuracy and scalability we need to continually evolve our cleaning aqua-drones.”

Richard Hardiman, Founder and CEO of RanMarine Technology

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DB Call a Bike

A woman uses Call a Bike, Deutsche Bahn's bikesharing service

“Telekom’s IoT technology enables us to offer our customers a state-of-the-art user experience that does justice to the high quality of our bikes. In addition, we can now make our service more economical and more efficient.”

Cornelius Kiermasch, Head of Shared Mobility, DB Call a Bike

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A Kässbohrer PistenBully and snowboarders against the background of the Nines

“Thanks to cellular connectivity we can now offer our customers new, extended services.”

Christian Mönig, Business Development Manager, Kässbohrer Geländefahrzeug AG

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Two engineers photographed through a gear shaft.

“The real-time data availability and complex data analyses are essential for customers to further optimise the deployment of our products.”

Peter Fenkl, Chief Executive at Ziehl-Abegg

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IDEAL employee at work

“Our customers know Deutsche Telekom as an established company. With a solution from them, we are underlining the trust our clients already place in us.”

Claudia Otten, Marketing Manager at IDEAL

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Hoffmann + Krippner

Group of young people in a restaurant

“Breweries can now control their production in a more targeted manner, determine preferences amongst beer drinkers and improve their services for drinks retailers and restaurateurs.”

Ralf Krippner, Managing Director at Hoffmann + Krippner GmbH

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Interior of an all-electric hypercar from Pininfarina

“Our aim is to offer with a driver-oriented user experience and comfort functions such as global roaming, maximum comfort and a world-class digital experience in our luxurious super sports car.”

Paolo Dellachá, Chief Product and Engineering Officer, Automobili Pininfarina

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Stable supply chains

Deliveries are under constant risk of being hampered by unpredictable and unexpected influences. With the Internet of Things, information about condition and position can be shared in real time to ensure a stable supply chain and respond as quickly as possible. Read about IoT examples in the supply chain here!


Dachser swap bodies in front of truck delivery gates

“The tracking solution enables us not only to optimize our own processes but also offer our customers more transparency.”

Lars Relitz, Head of Corporate Digital Innovation & Development at Dachser

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flaschenpost employee transports drinks on a hand truck

“We collaborated with Deutsche Telekom to roll out a new IT infrastructure that enables flaschenpost to flexibly react to the latest market developments and new customer demands.”

Aron Spohr, Chief Technical Officer, flaschenpost

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"With our new Saga Card we are extending visibility in the supply chain from production to the patient.​"

Gunnar Sigurdsson, Product Manager atControlant​

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Read our customer success stories as an e-book

The practical examples in our new e-book show how companies successfully use the Internet of Things for their benefit. Learn how companies across a wide range of industries are using IoT solutions to create value for their customers and future-proof their business models.

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Reducing energy costs

It is more important than ever for companies to regulate energy consumption and make it efficient, both from a financial and a sustainability perspective. The Internet of Things provides opportunities to achieve this goal in the following examples.


The Berliner Bogen in Hamburg with three lighting arrays from LichtWART

“With Lichtwart’s IoT solution we can control and monitor the LEDs on the building quite simply – digitally and without on-site technicians. That increases the energy efficiency enormously and reduces the costs.”

Dennis Peizert, Managing Director, Hanselicht GmbH

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A field farmed with the aid of sustainable irrigation

“With IoT and Embedded Connectivity, together with Deutsche Telekom, we are helping to increase user convenience for our customers while helping protect the environment.”

María Ruano Linares, Marketing Manager, Hidroconta

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Efficient operating processes

An efficient operating process can be decisive for various cost and quality factors of a company. It is therefore important to constantly optimize it. The following IoT examples show how the Internet of Things can support companies in this regard.


Mobile homes await shipment.

“In Deutsche Telekom, we have found a partner that supports us in digitalising search processes in our production.”

Alexander Leopold, Managing Director at Dethleffs GmbH & Co. KG

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Formwork element for construction sites from PERI SE

“Thanks to the tracking solution, our customers and we ourselves always have our formwork systems in view. In this way, we make a significant contribution to the digitalization of the construction site.”

Wolfgang Span, Senior Global Digital Solution Manager bei PERI

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Otto Heil

Construction worker on a construction site.

“The new solution eliminates a significant amount of administrative work. The feedback is extremely positive.”

Marco Wunderlich, IT Manager at Otto Heil

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Woman in a digitized power plant

“With the Telekom IoT solution, we are positioning ourselves as an innovator and are creating clear added value for our customers.”

Klaus Pfaffeneder, Head of Conveyors and Drives at RUD Ketten

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syniotec employees on a construction site

“Deutsche Telekom’s technical expertise and professionalism as well as its image as the best network provider convinced us.”

Rezi Chikviladze, Co-founder & COO of syniotec GmbH

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Garage employee carrying out a service

“Thanks to this networking and evaluation, independent workshops that work with us know exactly when their customers need to carry out which repairs and can recommend fitting measures.”

Daniel Trost, Chief Digital Officer SELECT AG

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Safety and health

Human safety and health must always be paramount. A wide variety of companies are taking up the challenge of optimizing social well-being through innovation. The Internet of Things can help.


IoT alarm system created by Spekter and Deutsche Telekom on the screen of a smartphone

“In order to inform all those affected and the emergency services simultaneously and, above all, in good time in the event of an emergency, we need strong communication structures. Telekom offers us these.”

Reinhard Brodrecht, CEO, Spekter GmbH

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Medical researcher working in laboratory

“With BIOTRONIK’s Home Monitoring system, there is a 60 percent chance to save a life – a true impact for patients with cardiovascular diseases.”

Volker Lang, Senior Vice President Research and Development, BIOTRONIK

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Relief for skilled workers

Due to the lack of qualified employees, many companies have to develop alternative solutions and optimize processes. Companies from various industries are already relying on the support of the Internet of Things.


Emptying of intelligent safety containers equipped with level sensors

“The newly developed fill level sensor turns our document disposal containers into smart safety garbage cans and optimizes collection for the benefit of our customers.”

Michael Wiegmann, CEO, Rhenus Data Office

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MKN Combi Steamer with a cooking program from the Cloud of Things

“Efficient processes and reliable technology are vital in the restaurant sector as professional chefs are today confronted with high expectations, time pressure, a lack of specialist staff and strict demands when it comes to food hygiene.”

Peter Helm, authorised officer and Head of Innovation and Digitalisation at MKN

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