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„comemso is an innovative company that has established itself in the automotive and e-mobility sector. We are happy to get customer requirements as the basis for new products, complement them with our innovative know-how and thus create new systems with outstanding functions.“
Dr.-Ing. Kiriakos Athanasas, CEO
HOW WE STARTED
comemso (complex embedded solutions) was founded in December 2009 by Dr.-Ing. Kiriakos Athanasas and Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Anita Athanasas in Ostfildern. In 2010 the development of the Battery Cell Simulator started as the first own product for testing battery management systems for electric vehicles. The second product family to be added in 2011 was devices for charging system analysis.
comemso is certified according to ISO 9001 (quality management), ISO 14001 (environmental management) and BS OHSAS 18001 (occupational health and safety) by DEKRA Certification GmbH.
The Innovation Award 2013 as well as various other awards confirm our unusual path. According to our claim “… complex embedded solutions”, we like the challenge – that makes us a reliable partner for you.
WE ARE VERY PROUD
In cooperation with the Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University (DHBW) Stuttgart, we promote young talents and therefore regularly offer study places in the IT Automotive sector.
Promoting young talents
In an industry where sustainability is paramount, protecting nature is an integral part of our corporate philosophy. That's why we have voluntarily committed ourselves to implementing the environmental standards in accordance with ISO 14001.
Our solutions are distributed by ourselves and by the following sales partners
The TOYO Corporation Ltd. is our sales partner for our EV Charging Analyzer/Simulator in Japan, China and Taiwan. They also distribute our Battery Cell Simulator in Japan.
Our Battery Cell Simulator (BCS) is being sold worldwide (except Japan) by our sales partner ETAS Corporation and OPAL-RT Technologies.
comemso is member of Cluster e-Mobility South-West of Baden-Wuerttemberg and is supported by the German government, the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology in different research projects in the field of e-mobility.
Member of CHAdeMO Association and CharIN e.V. for modern charging technologies.