Blog Category: News

egnite Querx not affected by Log4j

December 20, 2021


A critical vulnerability in the Java library Log4j (Log4Shell) leads to a serious threat situation, according to the German Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) [german]. Herewith we would like to inform you that the products egnite Querx and the tools we provide for it are not affected.

A special mission for Querx WLAN TH

July 17, 2019


One of our network sensors recently had a very special mission. It helped our coworker Steffi to hatch chickens in an incubator. In order for the climate conditions to be as close to natural conditions as possible, the temperature in the incubator needed to remain at a constant 37.5 to 38 °C. For the first […]

Forum is online

January 31, 2019


A new discussion board lets you ask us questions about the products we offer. We also encourage suggestions concerning future products and discussions among our customers. Critical posts are not only welcome but explicitly requested. Click here to get to the discussion board.    

Cloud Palamoa

January 21, 2019


egnite has released a first trial version of a sensor cloud ( The name Palamoa derives from the Hawaiian word for cloud. This sets the cornerstone for a flexible IoT platform for interconnected real time applications. Although the test version’s functionality is still restricted, it already allows for the configuration of a so-called dashboard that […]

A ton of steel forklifted through our window

July 24, 2018


Manufacturing our electronic products begins with the purchase of the printed circuit boards and all the required components. We purchase our printed circuit boards from a company in China that ensures a uniformly high standard of quality due to its modern, fully automated production facility. Components that we do not have in stock are sourced […]

High Tech at Olympia Tower in Munich

June 29, 2017


The 23rd annual trade event „Hightech auf dem Olympiaturm – Messtechnik München“ is taking place in Munich on the 5th and 6th of July 2017. Among other things, you will be able to take a look at the Web Thermo-, Hygro-, Barometer Querx THP at the organizer Meilhaus Electronic’s booth.    

Trade Fair FBS2017: Dialogue with a Sensor

April 9, 2017


On the 31st of March 2017 the FBS2017 trade fair for digitization and IoT was hosted in our building in Castrop-Rauxel, Germany. We attended the fair and set up a booth. A Node.js server was installed on the web, in order to stage our Querx sensors’ integration possibilities. The server continuously received the current values […]

Querx WLAN Sensors Listed Among the Technical Innovations of 2016 by tk-report minus 18

March 10, 2017


In its first issue of 2017, the German refrigeration magazine tk-report minus 18 lists the technical innovations of 2016 and highlights useful applications for industrial users of refrigerators or cold rooms. The Querx WLAN sensors’ logging capabilities are emphasized, as they facilitate the compliance with HACCP documentation requirements in the food service sector. The configurable email […]

Querx TH in test

June 7, 2016


The professionals at SysEleven have tested Querx network sensors on behalf of the editorial team. The conclusion is “suitable for practical use”. The English translation of the article: “Wie heiß und feucht ist unser Serverraum?” can be found here.

Review: HaSi-Talk on DSP programming

August 28, 2014


On August 21th, 2014, Harald Kipp was giving a talk on digital signal processing. That was an opportunity to meet old friend and to get to know and talk to further interesting people. We would like to thank the team of the HaSi for the invitation. It was a very nice evening that we spent […]

Better Embedded 2014

June 23, 2014


From 4th to 5th July the Better Embedded 2014, an Italian conference on embedded systems, takes place in Florence. On Saturday, July 5th, Harald Kipp, CEO of egnite GmbH, is giving a talk on „Peculiarities of web interfaces for resource constrained embedded systems“. After looking at few free and Open Source TCP/IP stacks, file systems […]