OEM, or Original Equipment Manufacturer, is a term that is heard most often within two industries: the automotive industry and the IT industry.
The meaning of this term has evolved over time and today is used to refer different things. In our case, OEM refers to a RealiteQ technology component to be used by another company to build a whole system.
OEM is important part of our portfolio and today you can find our technology imbedded in large variety of usage and users; energy saving equipment for buildings, in cooling towers, in chemical dosing systems, industrial and agriculture water desalination systems, electrical car charging stations..
Today RealiteQ is successfully used (as OEM) by global & American leading enterprises such as Jonson Control, Schneider-Electric, City bank, Coca-Cola, Tesla, Unilever, L'Oreal, Solenis, Hercules...
Desalitech is an Israeli company that supplies advanced, energy-efficient seawater desalinization systems. The system was developed by Desalitech in 2008 and is supplied to industrial plants around the world. (...)
Cooling towers are large energy consumers common in many applications around the world. These facilities undergo a drop in energy efficiency over time, and the companies that service the cooling towers face a major challenge to improve energy efficiency (...)
Solenis is an international chemical company with two centers, one in Europe and the other in the United States. The project’s key challenge was to enable full control of a large number of systems located around the world with minimal manpower and maximum uniformity, so that each constituent (product managers, region managers, sales managers and technical personnel) could see and operate their areas of responsibility easily and simply. (...)
A local distributor and integrator of GE control systems in Austria was looking for a real-time communications system that would transmit the data of the controllers he provides to Austrian municipal water and sewage authorities. (...)