Axino partners with leading suppliers, research centres and organisations to drive LoRaWAN IoT innovation and adoption. Take a look at our proud partners and see how they’re assisting us in facilitating the Internet of Things.
Migros is Switzerland’s largest retail company, its largest supermarket chain and largest employer. It is also one of the forty largest retailers in the world. Migros is a strategic partner with Axino, spurring the development of Core Temperature technology.
Alnatura has been developing organic products for 35 years, which have also been available in Switzerland since 2012, with the aim of achieving "meaningful things for people and the Earth".
Rieber is one of the leading providers of professional kitchen components and kitchen components at home. Quality is a top priority for Rieber which is why all of their products are exclusively MADE IN GERMANY by their own company, with their many years of production expertise and our core competence in stainless steel workmanship since 1925. Their aim is not to offer their customers individual products but instead individual standard and system solutions.
Bechtle AG has more 80 IT system houses in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. With its E-Commerce companies in 14 countries, Bechtle is one of Europe’s leading online IT enterprises. Bechtle is listed in the MDAX and TecDAX indexes. In 2021, its revenue amounted to €5.31 billion.
Semtech is a leading supplier in innovative technologies for advanced communications, wireless and sensing products. Their unique LoRa technology underpins our solutions and enables IoT applications to flourish.
Momenta is the leading Digital Industry venture capital + value creation firm, accelerating entrepreneurs and leaders devoted to the digitization of energy, manufacturing, smart spaces, and supply chains. Since 2012, their team of deep industry operators have made over 120 investments in entrepreneurs and helped scale over 150 industry leaders via their award-winning executive search and strategic advisory practices.
IBM Food Trust
IBM Food Trust™, built on blockchain, benefits all network participants with a safer, smarter, and more sustainable food ecosystem. The digitization of transactions and data provides a more efficient way of working across the supply chain, including growers, processors, shippers, retailers, regulators, and consumers.
Axino is a member of the LoRa Alliance, an open, non-profit association of members that is driving the adoption of LoRaWAN as a global open standard for LPWAN to enable Internet of Things technology, across many sectors including enabling food quality & freshness.
UNITRONIC GmbH invokes over 50 years of experience in the development of innovative future technologies for a healthier and sustainable environment. With our three divisions “Electronics”, “Electric” and “Radon” Unitronic supports their customers with innovative products and solutions in the fields of sensor technology and communication.
MultiTech are the leaders in designing, manufacturing and providing communication equipment for the industrial Internet of Things. Our partnership with MultiTech allow us to deploy robust and scalable IoT solutions.
Zurich University of Applied Sciences
Together with Zürich University of Applied Sciences, Migros Zürich, and Axino. We developed a novel IoT approach in the framework, to provide a robust, reliable and cost-effective method for real-time monitoring of core temperatures of food products in various types of coolers employed in MIGROS shops. ZHAW Zurich University of Applied Sciences concentrates on important societal challenges, with a particular focus on energy and social integration.
Swiss Government Technology Fund
Axino joined the Technology Fund portfolio, which currently includes 119 innovative Swiss companies that make a valuable contribution to reducing greenhouse gas emissions in accordance with the CO2 Act. The Fund currently has a total of CHF 350 million available to grant as loan guarantees.