TEQ is a leader in multiplex systems for CAN protocol based vehicles and it supplies electronic devices to the main bus manufacturers in Europe.
TEQ offers satellite solutions for logistics and for public transport companies. Its system is used by the major Italian transporters and by the most demanding local transport companies.
A dynamic guide to the parkings available in urban areas, information to passengers about public service timetables through an intelligent signage system and through mobile telephony.
Personalized electronic solutions for automation, plant design, machineries and equipments.
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TEQ is an official distributor of Mobileye®, the World Leader in Collision Avoidance & Autonomous Driving Technology
With the aim of meeting the needs of public transport companies, TEQ developed Bus Sapiens®, a complete operational aid system, able to fulfil all the demands involved in the organization and management of passengers’ transport. This system allows a smooth planning and management of the whole service. Accurate information to passengers, administration of all communications, integration of on-board subsystems (ticketing, videosurveillance, passengers counter) added to data storage and statistics make of Bus Sapiens® one of the best systems on the market.
The reliability of our products and our constant search for excellence reward us. Our multiplex system is installed on more than one third of city buses manufactured in Italy.
Thanks to bus network communications and GSM remote control, the range of products designed for vehicles is applied to a new field: commercial buildings and homes. We design a remote monitoring system to control accesses and gas oil levels in tanks of many buildings managed by a single administration. The system detects fuel consumption and sends the relevant alarms to a control station.
We combine the ADICOM system and the TeqMonitoring ® fleet management system so that drivers of city buses can access all operation data from their on-board instrument panel display. Thanks to this integrated solution, no external devices such as monitors and keyboards are required; therefore, the instrument panel design remains unchanged.
In order to comply with the new low emission requirements, the new generation of Euro 4 engines increasingly needs the aid of electronics. The interface with the vehicle is managed by a ‘communication bus’ and the traditional electric signals are no longer available. The ECU developed by TEQ controls the engine, the accelerator pedal and instrument panel. Two versions are available: the ‘instrument version’, with display, to be installed in the dashboard, and a simpler one, able to drive traditional instruments.
Deutz, the German leader engines company, is the first manufacturer that adopted this electronic control unit on its series production.
In order to satisfy the continuous expansion requirements, the company moves to the new office in Barbengo, located in the south industrial area of Lugano.
TEQ develops a sensor able to measure the concentration of combustible gas in the air and to calculate the concentration percentage compared to “LEL”, i.e. the lower explosive limit. GPD is formed by several sensors, connected to an electronic control unit monitoring gas bottles. It is a complete system for the management and monitoring of compressed natural gas powered vehicles’ feeding circuits. This system is adopted by Evobus, Neoman, Scania, BredaMenarini and Cacciamali-Irisbus
The need for a remote collecting of maintenance data from vehicles is increasingly growing and the data supplied by standard interfaces are no longer adequate. The major foreign bus manufacturers (such as Evobus, Neoman, Scania) adopt TEQ’s gateway, the only one capable to supply the necessary data.
Fedegari, a leader of world-wide importance in the field of sterilizing machines, chooses TEQ to develop an electronic system managing autoclaves. This system is based on the “multiplex” concept: by using CAN (Controller Area Network) it is possible to create a highly reliable modular control system. Each function is controlled by a module containing an independent microprocessor and a supervising system monitors the correct working of all machine’s components and intervenes in case of anomalies, in order to assure a safe sterilizing cycle.
TEQ co-operate with MES-DEA, the producer of ZEBRA batteries (acronym of Zero Emission Battery Research Activities), also known as nickel-sodium chloride batteries, and produce a remote control and monitoring system for batteries.
According to the new regulations concerning on-board diagnostic systems (OBD), complying with directive 2005/55/EU, the main task of such systems is the immediate spotting of any deterioration or breakdown in the emissions’ control devices of the engine. In compliance with this directive, TEQ developed an OBD control unit for diesel particulate filters (DPF), which became part of Deutz engines’ equipment.
It solves one of the main problems nowadays affecting all cities: traffic and consequent pollution. The Swiss city of Luzern assigns TEQ the task of developing a new guide system, which, by displaying information to drivers on variable message panels along the way, leads them to parking areas where free places are available.
More and more countries are introducing antipollution regulations, requiring engines with sophisticated electronic interfaces, to reduce harmful emissions. TEQ ADICOM Multiplex system fully satisfies the needs of all bus manufacturers who quickly have to comply with the new regulations: what is sold by TEQ is not merely a product but a complete solution, including all the necessary support for modern vehicle engineering, from the electrical part up to the research of partnerships for the chassis projecting.
A device controls the filling and operating status of underground waste bins. An operations center can monitor the filling percentage, establish the opening times of the “external mouth” and verify the correct operation of the compactor.
The new Board Computer of TEQMonitoring ® fleet management system is integrated with Bluetooth, LAN and is directly interfaced with DTCO digital chronotachograph enabling the remote download of all data required by law and eliminating the need to board each vehicle and use the company card.
The Swiss Venture Club nominates TEQ for the finals of the Italian Switzerland Business Enterprises and Entrepreneurs Award. A jury composed by representatives of the Italian Swiss economic scene selects TEQ and other 5 companies out of more than 100 for the finals. TEQ comes fourth and wins the audience jury prize.
All information regarding bus transits are directly accessible on smartphones: enquiries regarding bus stop, timetable, line maps are available through free apps which can be downloaded from the official stores.
TEQ implements a system for the management and control of the winter service, designed to guarantee safety on all roads within the competence of the canton of Ticino. In addition to service certification, the system also includes automatic billing for private companies entrused with the service. All vehicles are equipped with a TEQMonitoring on-board computer that acquires data relating to salt spreading and snow blade usage.
Bus Sapiens® system connects with traffic lights. The buses cummunicates their status of service and punctuality to the control units located in the traffic lights, that decide how to handle the programmed sequence: the delayed buses are guaranteed the highest priority in transit.
TEQ interfaces the entire public transport network of the canton of Ticino with the Swiss Federal Railways thaks to Bus Sapiens®. Train-bus connections are automatically guaranteed and all data can be used in real time.