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Erreka I IoT
ERREKA is a division of ERREKA, a cooperative company belonging to the Mondragón Group, dedicated to the design, manufacture and installation of systems for the automation of entrances and automatic access control: automatic doors, door and overhead hoist motors and personnel slings.
ERREKA's objective has always been to facilitate and improve people's quality of life by manufacturing access control systems for shopping centres, stations, factories, residences, hospitals, homes, etc. that improve people's accessibility.
In its product design, ERREKA incorporates a high level of technology, quality and design, which has enabled the company to provide an adequate response to both reliability and ergonomics needs, as well as to the end customer's usability of our products.
As part of its strategic plan and digital transformation, the company decided to support its customers in their digital transformation processes. Therefore, it set the challenge of creating an IoT solution in collaboration with SEIDOR and Amazon Web Services (AWS) to have a line of connected products, ERREKA CONNECT.
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As a result of the collaboration between SEIDOR and ERREKA, we have designed a product and service that will take us to a different dimension in the market.
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