“The flexibility of deliveries and variability of the prints on the plastic boxes that Enika offers played a crucial role in our selection,” stated Jaroslav Tůma, AMiT Purchasing Manager. The cooperation between the two companies continued to successfully develop in the field of building control systems, resulting in a unique system for building automation that offers the benefits of modern bus systems in combination with flexible wireless control elements and sensors.
“We have been delivering our appliances to 2VV since 1997. High quality and timely deliveries helped us gain the trust of the 2VV management and we had the opportunity to participate in the selective procedure for a supplier of the air curtain control electronics system,” adds Jiří Vávra, ENIKA.CZ Owner
ENIKA was one of the first companies in the world to introduce the concept of the wireless switch in 1993. “In 1998 at the Ampér Fair, we were addressed by the representatives of the international company ABB concerning a request to integrate a wireless control system into the ABB Tango transmitter design,” Michal Geisler, ENIKA.CZ Owner, explains. In the following years, the cooperation expanded to all designs of wall-mounted transmitters that ABB manufactures in their Jablonec plant. Other products by ABB using the know-how of wireless communication include, for example, wireless motion, temperature and moisture sensors.