Particle Computer interviewed at JobTV 24

Karlsruhe, July 4th, 2006

The TV channel JOBTV 24 has interviewed the CEO of Particle Computer about the technology and the founding process. Watch the video here (in German).
Particle Computer on RFID Journal

Karlsruhe, June 21st, 2006

The RFID Journal , the digital resource of the Chemical Processing magazine, reports on BP sensor network trials with Particle technology at the plant in Hull (UK). Read the article here.
Particle Computer on INSS 2006

Chicago, May 31st, 2006

Particle Computer holds a tutorial on how to program wireless sensor networks at the 3rd International Conference on Networked Sensing Systems INSS 2006. During the tutorial, the particle computer platform will be used for explanation and practical code examples.
Particle Computer on

Karlsruhe, May 26th, 2006

The website, the digital resource of the Chemical Processing magazine, informs about the CoBIs project, which uses Particle technology to monitor hazardous chemicals in a BP chemical plant in Hull (UK). Read the article here.
Particle Computer sponsors Pervasive 2006

Dublin, May 7th, 2006

Particle Computer together with Accenture Technology Labs sponsors the PTA 2006 Workshop (Pervasive Technology Applied) on „Real-World Experiences with RFID and Sensor Networks“ at the Pervasive 2006 scientific conference.
Particle Computer on Geoscience Online

Karlsruhe, March 31st, 2006

The magazine Geoscience Online assesses the potential of wireless sensor networks and therefore interviews Prof. Beigl and Particle Computer. Read the article here.
Particle Computer on USING news

Karlsruhe, March 14th, 2006

The online news site on RFID technology USING reports on how Particle technology is being used to monitor hazardous goods in the oil industry. Read the article
Particle Computer on

Karlsruhe, March 14th, 2006

The news site explain how sensor networks and Particle technology go a step beyond RFID. Read the article here.
Particle Technology on Sci/Tech

Karlsruhe, March 7th, 2006

The news site Sci/Tech reports on the European research project CoBIs, where Particle technology is being used to track and monitor chemical drums. Read the article here.
Particle Computer selected as flagship project from High-Tech Gründerfonds

Berlin, Februar 16th, 2006

Particle Computer has been awarded by the German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology as a flagship project from High Tech Gründerfonds for its revolutionary technology. The prize has been handed out to Particle Computer’s CEO by the Secretary of State Mr. Adamowitsch in representation of the German Federal Minister of Economics Mr. Glos.

Particle Computer demonstrates a facility management solution

Zurich, February 13th, 2006

At the EWSN 2006 Particle Computer has demonstrated together with the architects from the ETH Zurich how Particle Computer technology can be used for building monitoring applications. A Particle Network of 35 nodes has been deployed in the building hosting the event to monitor temperature, light and movement. According to data from Siemens Building Technologies, energy savings of 10-15% are possible optimizing HVAC systems based on fine granular sensor data.

Particle Computer selected as „Spin-Off of the Month“

Karlsruhe, January 17th, 2006

The magazine Opensource has selected Particle Computer as the „Spin-Off of the Month“ for its breaktrough technology. You can read the published article.

Particle Computer seen by Alarm Clock

Karlsruhe, December 1st, 2005

Alarm Clock has written a profile of Particle Computer. You can read it here
Particle Computer is the first company to raise EUR 500,000 from High-Tech Gründerfonds

Karlsruhe, November 11th, 2005.

Particle Computer GmbH, a spin-off from the University of Karlsruhe, announced today it has raised EUR 550,000 funding from the High-Tech Gründerfonds GmbH & Co. KG and the private investor MAZ level one GmbH.

Click here to read the complete press release (in German).
Particle Computer on IEEE

Karlsruhe, September 30th, 2005

The magazine Circuits and Systems from the prestigious IEEE institute gives an overview about the different leading sensor networking platforms. As one of the vendors at the forefront of the technology, Particle Computer is cited in the article. Read it here.
Particle Computer on Technology Review

Karlsruhe, September 15th, 2005

The magazine Technology Review belonging to the Heise group writes on the new uPart Particles presented at the UbiComp 2005. Read the article here.
Particle Computer releases its uPart family at the UbiComp 2005 in Japan

Tokyo, September 13th, 2005.

At the UbiComp 2005, the biggest event in the ubiquitous computing research community, the company Particle Computer released its new uPart family, addressing low cost sensor networking scenarios.

Particle Computer GmbH founded

Karlsruhe, September 1st, 2005.

The company Particle Computer GmbH, a spin-off from from TecO (University of Karlsruhe) with close links to SAP Research, has been founded. The company will market the Particle platform, consisting on the hardware and software needed to develop and implement solutions based on sensor networking.

Particle Computer awarded with the CyberChampion prize

Karlsruhe, April 23rd, 2005.

Particle Computer has been awarded with the exceptional prize from FZI Karlsruhe for its outsanding technology and its innovative applications. This award was handed over to the non yet founded company by Baden-Württemberg’s Economy Minister Mr. Ernst Pfister.