14 years ago, ENAiKOON was founded as the first member of the
Ventriga Group, in order to provide commercial customers with custom
Tens of thousands of construction machines, vehicles, containers and other mobile objects have since then been connected to the ENAiKOON platform
Teleservice Holding AG, a Munich-based company that deals with telecommunications service, was added a few years later.
And today we are pleased to present you ginstr GmbH, the latest member of the Ventriga Group:
ginstr is a full sister company of ENAiKOON. Like ENAiKOON, ginstr focuses exclusively on commercial customers.
ginstr specialises in the digital collection of form
data, the optimisation of work processes and the development of
customised applications and business solutions for companies in all
industries. This includes Internet connection and data transfer to
The focus is on implementing previously used paper forms as smart phone apps.
We have invested more than 1 million Euros in this technology to
date, making it possible to convert almost any paper form into a smart
phone app for a lump sum of only 790 Euros.
–>This provides ginstr customers with a number of valuable benefits:Collected information is immediately available at headquarters
Current status information at headquarters at all times, in
scheduling, for requests from customers, etc.: the transmission of
collected data from smart phones to the office takes only a few seconds
Immediate collection of invoices for work performed
No more paper forms are lost
Filing must no longer be organised and arranged for the paper forms
The computer now takes care of searching for previously collected data
Better quality of collected data
No missing information
Information is checked for plausibility when entered
No data collection costs and no transcription errors from the form into the computer, as this step is no longer required
Electronic signature by customers and employees on their smart phone
Additional data that cannot be collected with a form
All collected data can be exported from the ginstr system for
further processing in existing programs (e.g. accounting, scheduling,
human resources, etc.)
Since the platform was released about a year ago, a number of companies have already decided to use the ginstr technology.
Solutions were implemented in very different industries and regions of the world for these companies.
Below are some examples:Africa
Emergency call system for diplomats in Ghana
App for managing patient information similar to the German health insurance card in Nigeria
Monitoring the regular cleaning of toilets during the Australian Open, the famous tennis tournament
Reading electricity meters at a real estate company with approximately 2000 commercial rental units
Regular reports on the state of approximately 500 unused properties belonging to the federal state of Berlin
Collection of work reports with respect to vending machine servicing (loading, cleaning, maintenance…)
Timekeeping of mobile employees
Dubai (Middle East)
System for registration of participants at events, including admission control
Solution for parking attendants in car parks. Ensures that the
existing parking spaces are only used by those who have previously hired
Work logs for hotel staff
Work logs for security guard employees
Administration of 600,000 items of school furniture in Ecuador
Reporting system for caregivers in a nursing home
Reporting system for a company that takes back leased vehicles on
which customers have stopped paying instalments for a certain time
(so-called Repo Services: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Repossession) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Repossession)
and much more.
Several dozen typical examples of solutions realised to date can be downloaded from Google Play Store, from ginstr app store or from the ginstr website.
You can try out all the apps along with the associated office software free of charge at any time. Feel free to contact us!
In order to test ginstr apps that use NFC tags we would be happy to send you a few sample tags for free.
Unique, practical, and effective! Our cold chain telematics system has been
customised for Schroeder Transport of Mecklenburg, Western Pomerania, resulting
in reliable refrigeration, optimal route navigation, and efficient driving
The tailored solution for the family-run transport company was created with not
only our proprietary software and hardware devices, but with a customised
formula of plugins and accessories that guarantees continuous refrigeration of
perishable goods, precise routing of delivery vehicles, and decreased fuel
consumption by monitoring driving behaviour.
As consumers, we take for granted the availability of fresh produce on
almost every street corner; moreover, it has become an expectation in our
everyday lives. This standard’s existence and maintenance is solely dependent
on today’s cold chain technology, a challenge for those organisations
responsible for the delivery of such goods. Fresh produce, as an idea, is an
amalgamation of various processes that can be brought together with telematics.
To achieve this, we at ENAiKOON have created a three-fold telematics solution
using messenger, temp-sensor, and can-66. This combination has allowed
Schroeder Transport to optimise their navigation, refrigeration, and driving
behaviour while creating new opportunities for expanding their business. The
collected data from the system is used by management only for the reports and
analysis related to cold chain, logistics, and fleet management.
Perfect Navigation: The ENAiKOON messenger
Schroeder Transport from Teterow, Germany, has equipped over 50 trucks and
40 refrigeraeted trailers with the cost effective telematics device ENAiKOON locate-06. The high-performance locate-06 is responsible
for GPS and GPRS. It locates the trucks, transmits and receives their data, and
shows driving direction and speed. Schroeder Transport uses a navigation system
by Garmin that connects to the GPS device. The telematics web portal, inViu
pro, is linked to the navigation hardware along with the software plugin,
ENAiKOON messenger. This allows the dispatcher to create messages and new
driving destinations in the web portal and send them to the navigation
hardware. With the push of a button, the driver is able to simultaneously start
the route and begin the plugin’s guided information on the navigation system
for smooth execution of the driving routes. The navigation system transmits the
remaining distance and driving time to the web portal, keeping the dispatcher
up to date on the vehicle and trip status.
Cold Chain Transport: ENAiKOON temp-sensor
The key to cold chain is to know the ideal climate for fresh produce, and
every product has its own favourite temperature. Leafy vegetables, apples,
mangos, and pears all prefer different yet specific temperatures. Frozen fish
require a temperature of 18° C below zero (-40° F) and chocolate needs to be
kept at 18° C (64.4° F). There are always complexities when transporting such
goods and they begin with the vehicles. In the temperature-controlled
transports of Schroeder are two cooling chambers. These two chambers each have
a temperature sensor that is connected to the ENAiKOON locate-04 telematics device. The sensors measure the temperature, which is then sent to Schroeder’s
dispatchers through the locate-04. The freshness of their produce relies on the
fine tuning done by the drivers. Before the delivery, the drivers must select
what they are delivering using pre-configured buttons. Whether it is frozen
food or fresh meat, the content of the cargo and its status for delivery are
entered. These details are sent to the ENAiKOON system that configures the
temperature of the chambers. Thresholds and alarms are pre-programmed in the
system, which automates the control of temperatures and easing the process for
the drivers. Furthermore, it gives the estimated time for the cooling chambers
to reach their desired temperatures.
Economic driving: ENAiKOON can-66
For many years, the analysis of all vehicle system data from the vehicle’s
CAN-bus has fuelled our success. This has enabled our customers to objectively
compare individual driving styles and fuel consumption of different vehicles
and drivers in various categories. “We don’t want to compare apples to oranges,
our goal is rather to develop a fair evaluation for the driver,” says Jan
Schroeder, one of the two managing directors of the firm. The can-66 works for long and short hauls, which is perfect for
Schroeder. The CAN-bus is a powerful tool that sends the user all important
information required for analysis. The web portal, inViu
pro, is configured by us so that Schroeder receives a summary of important,
easy-to-read data. It can create groups and filters so that custom reports and
charts can be created; for example, reports can be created comparing long and
short hauls by fuel consumption, speed, and RPM. Schroeder utilises this in an
ambitious way: they have configured the data so that all drivers will be ranked
based on their fuel consumption. Whoever consumes more gas will be ranked lower
than those consuming less. They have implemented an incentive plan based on who
ranks the highest in hopes to motivate the drivers to use less fuel. Their goal
of a 10% decrease in fuel costs per driver through enhanced driving behaviour
is now within reach. Apply this to 50 long-haul trucks for a savings of almost
$ 300,000 per year – the cost of two new trucks.