The Tesibit’s Story

The story of Tesibit begun before 2000 years in Alexandria. There was a Greek inventor and mathematician called Tesibius (285–222 BC). He wrote the first treatises on the science of compressed air and its uses in pumps (and even a cannon). Tesibius was the first that introduced the control theory and the closed loop feedback stab

Tesibius described one of the first force pumps for producing a jet of water, or for lifting water from wells. He improved the water clock or clepsydra (“water thief”). For more than 1,800 years the clepsydra was the most accurate clock ever constructed, until the Dutch physicist Christiaan Huygens detailed the use of pendulums to regulate clocks in the year 1656 AD.

Now, we stand on the brink of the fourth industrial revolution that will fundamentally alter the way we live, work, and relate to one another. Industry 4.0 will be characterized by a range of new technologies, from cloud supercomputing and renewables sustainability to cyber-physical systems and intelligent robots, impacting all disciplines, economies and industries. And Tesibit is an innate part of this future. We decided our name to come from Tesibius as we transfer the industrial control theory in the cloud and digital world. We are already working towards the automation of cyber-physical systems and their cooperation with each other and with humans in real time. Via the Internet of Things and the Internet of Services, we envision a new world freed from the repetitive and the tedious and fueled with efficiency, innovation, and intelligence.