Industrial Wireless Sensor Networks
Efficiency, reliability, sustainability
Machine-2-Machine, Home Area Network
Bringing any object into the Internet of Things
Comprehensive and secure data collection, transport and delivery
Industrial condition monitoring
Reliable and advanced continuous and predictive asset monitoring
Innovative platforms to remotely
control, collect, store and deliver information

About the company

Paradox Engineering is a highly dynamic technology company that builds its success on its spirit of exploring markets and pioneering technologies to enable customers unlocking the value of their data through the effective collection, transport, store and delivery of information.

Global virtual networks, wireless sensor networks and smart technologies are key components of our portfolio, for customers requiring future proof and cost effective solutions for their smart grid/smart city projects, energy management, condition and remote monitoring/industrial process monitoring, engineering and telemetry projects.

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  • Engineering & Telemetry

    In the current economic scenario, most engineering and infrastructure companies are diversifying their business activities and becoming service providers. It is imperative to have a clear strategy for staying competitive, boosting operating efficiency and — above all — improve customer focus. 

    That’s why major players are expanding their borders and business into new markets such as Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Asia, where steady economic growth is fuelling demand for new industrial plants, factory automation solutions and engineering projects. Innovation is also a key differentiator to compete in these markets, since customers tend to prefer engineering companies which can deliver a full range of value-added services, including design, manufacturing, supply, installation and commissioning of industrial infrastructures, in order to simplify preliminary project steps and reduce capital costs.
  • Industrial condition monitoring

    Any industrial business, such as manufacturing and chemical companies for instance, is nowadays asked tomaximize plant performance while ensuring efficiency and cost control. Organizations struggle withgrowing complexity as for systems and sub-systems, and new regulationsrequest stricter monitoringof key safety and environmental parameters. On the other hand, volatile market conditions force companies to adopt variable production patterns, resulting in higher risks to be monitored.

    Smart plant assets monitoring is fundamental to ensure effective operations management, which in most cases depends on data collection, information reporting, key parameters and indicators checking. Industrial companies are well aware of the intrinsic value of data lying in engines, process systems, devices, sensors, meters and infrastructures: all these instruments store relevant information, which can provide significant insights and feed decisions to prevent production downtimes or disruptions, but also encourage innovation and explore new revenue opportunities.

  • Oil and Gas

    Since global energy requirements are rising at a rapid pace, fossil fuels continue to play a major role in the global energy mix. With 1 million producing wells worldwide and an expected 42% increase of reserves by 2030, the oil industry is likely to continue its growth path in the next 10 years. Natural gas is also entering a sort of ‘Golden age’, since the International Energy Agency (IEA) forecasts that its use could double over the next 25 years to account for a quarter of the world’s energy demand.

    Technology is more and more important for the development of the industry, not only to support the evolution of oil exploration and production, or to improve energy efficiency and minimize emissions. ICT can significantly contribute to smart asset monitoring and enable companies find the best balance of performance, efficiency and cost control.
  • Machine-2-Machine, Home Area Networks

    Machine-2-Machine (M2M) connects objects to the Internet, transforming them into intelligent devices exchanging real time information. This in turn opens the door to multiple opportunities to improve the way businesses and services are run and grown in key domains such as Smart City, Smart Grid, utility applications, machinery and system monitoring, health usage monitoring systems (HUMS), and many more.

    Symmetrically, Home Area Networks (HAN) will facilitate communications among multiple devices at home, with a positive impact on several life quality variables: any so-called smart domestic appliance can be part of the HAN, towards a real interactive platform granting easier entertainment, remote assistance of domestic appliances, telemedicine, interactive energy management systems, improved home security and everyday quality of life for people.
  • Smart City, Smart Grid, Energy

    Winning the challenge of urban sustainability is not an easy task for Cities and utility companies, which face growing people expectations in terms of quality of life and services while dealing with a complex ecosystem spanning regulatory constraints, budget issues and fragmented technology offer. 

    Energy companies as well face serious challenges related to power generation and distribution; the competitive pressure is increasing, margins are shrinking, while new regulations introduce stricter rules in terms of environmental, health and safety standards, and use of renewable sources.
  • Internet of Things

    The next generation of Internet applications using Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6) will be able to communicate with devices attached to virtually all human-made objects: systems will therefore be able to identify any kind of object through the association of an IP address.

    “Things” will be able to interact and communicate by exchanging data and information ‘sensed’ about the environment; to self-configure, self-heal and self-maintain, reacting autonomously to events and running processes triggering actions and creating services.

Paradox Engineering launches PE.STONE

Paradox Engineering has launched PE.STONE (Paradox Engineering SmarObject Network Engine), its new offering enabling companies to build their own Internet of Things solutions for Smart Cities, Smart Grid, Energy Management, Wireless Sensor Networks for any M2M, HAN (Home Area Network), HUMS (Health Usage Monitoring Service) and industrial control systems.


Recent News

  • Paradox Engineering at "Smart City Lighting and Application conference" in Copenhagen

    Public lighting infrastructures are more and more into focus, as they can be the turning point to create sound Smart City platforms. “Smart City Lighting and Application conference” is showcasing innovative smart lighting solutions starting from the unique experience of Danish Outdoor Lighting Lab (DOLL), Europe's largest testing and demonstration center in LED lighting applications.

  • Chiasso, Switzerland, extends its Smart City services based on PE.AMI platform

    After having initally deployed PE.AMI for Lighting Management, the City of Chiasso has now extended the applications relying on PE.AMI, moving a step closer to the realization of a real Smart City.
    "After a first phase where Smart Lighting was implemented based on PE.AMI open standard based integrated platform - states Corrado Noseda, Director, AGE SA - ...
  • Paradox Engineering New Video

    After the video showing the evolution path from Cities to Smart Cities, a new one is now ready explaining how Paradox Engineering technology enables that evolution with PE.AMI and PE.STONE.