YOUR NEEDS DRIVE OUR INNOVATION
Since 1967 Coster Group has been offering the best for efficient management of building systems: from controllers for heating plants to the developed of “custom-made” BMS.
Our approach has always been to integrate technologies and building management to ensure an efficient and at the same time healthy living environment. Without ever sacrificing the simplicity of use of the systems.
Coster Tecnologie Elettroniche was established
Edolo production plant was inaugurated
Launch of the first telemanagement controller for heating plants
Regula srl is founded
Regula acquires Climatel and its range of configurable controllers
Coster Tecnologie Elettroniche and Regula merge to form Coster Group
Launch of new BACnet ZBC862 building automation controller
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
A specialised team for product innovation.
We proudly devote great energy to research and development of new solutions. Our in-house R&D team enables us to respond quickly to market demand for innovation. We can proudly say that we are among the companies most actively supporting the transition to sustainable and environmentally friendly buildings in accordance with the 2030 Agenda.
MADE IN ITALY
A model factory in Edolo, which manufactures entirely in Italy.
The products developed by our R&D department are assembled and tested directly in our production plant in Edolo (BS), which has embraced the lean production philosophy. Our supply chain privileges national suppliers and partners, for maximum product reliability (both hardware and software). A strict quality control policy enables us to deliver tested and certified products to our customers, one by one.
Simplicity of management is a fundamental part of the effectiveness of any project.
“Designing” infinite control schemes with a single device, which can be customised and updated remotely without the need for complex programming techniques. This is the uniqueness of the Coster Group approach, made possible thanks to the CosterCad tool and the WebGarage platform. No unnecessary complexity, no barriers to the spread of automation.