Research, network and references


Customers who put their trust in eurogard software and hardware on a daily basis.

A strong network with strong partners.

We work with renowned research institutes, consultancies and universities to gain new insights and drive innovation through joint exchange. This helps us achieve our goal of always developing the best possible solutions for our customers.

Research and development

We are shaping the future. This creed has been part of the eurogard DNA since our foundation. Together with our partners from industry and research, we are developing the innovations of tomorrow and thereby creating the basis for our continuous, technical development.

Please contact us if you are interested in an R&D cooperation.

Our current research projects are listed below.


Agile design of the late phases of product development

Brief description

The joint project agileASSEMBLY pursues the goal of increasing adaptability in the late phases of product development through integrated personnel, organizational and technical solutions.

Key data

Duration: 01.10.202023 – 31.12.2025

Project partners: Gleason-Pfauter Maschinenfabrik GmbH, Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Engineering IAO, Machine Tool Laboratory WZL of RWTH Aachen University, Institute for Human Factors and Technology Management IAT of the University of Stuttgart, aucobo GmbH, Diehl Metering GmbH, digital worx GmbH, Hawk Intelligent Technologies GmbH, IMS Gear SE & Co. KGaA, Mauser + Co. GmbH, QUNDIS GmbH, REUTER TECHNOLOGIE GmbH, DANGO & DIENENTHAL GmbH & Co. KG

Project sponsor: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology KIT


Building automation system improvement through web-based open-source control strategy testing environments

Brief description

In newly constructed buildings, the targeted energy efficiency is often not achieved. Methods that improve the development and implementation process of construction projects, particularly in the area of system integration, can have an immediate positive effect on the energy efficiency and sustainability of buildings. The same applies to methods that enable error detection and subsequent correction in the automation systems of existing buildings.

Key data

Duration: 01.01.2020 to 30.09.2023

Project partners: aedifion GmbH, RWTH Aachen University – Chair of Building & Indoor Climate Technology

Project sponsor: PTJ