Get to know our unique perspective
The ideation of Cesonia did not come to life due to an apple falling on one of the founders’ heads. Instead, it was grounded in the belief that the existing data silos within organizations are obsolete and pose unsolvable challenges and complications.
Three like-minded people took on the challenge of developing and bringing to life a platform that not only eases the pains of the users but also resonates with the highest standards of safety and security. What started as the brainchild of these three young entrepreneurs is now a team of more than 10 peple. We garner support from mentors, industry leaders, and various organizations, who strengthen our belief in what we do and the difference it can make.
MEET THE CO-FOUNDERS
Management & Finance
Group Leader, International Business Development and Information Security Officer in the Automotive Industry.
Back-End & Algorithms
Doctorate at the Chair of Database Systems and Data Mining of the LMU Munich on the topic of
Front-End & User-Experience
Doctorate at the Chair of Database Systems and Data Mining at the LMU Munich on the topic of distributed systems.
Dev. Back-End and Front-End
Marketing & Communications
BOARD OF ADVISORS
“Expert of many years in the electric/electronic and complete vehicle development at a Munich automotive company, besides tasks in E/E component and system development, among others also with responsible activities in process optimization with special focus on requirements engineering”.
Participation in the LMU Accelerator Program.
Delivery of the first MVP to our customer to combine data from internal and external sources.
Participation in the XPRENEURS Incubation Program.
Incorporation of the Cesonia GmbH; moving into the new office and hiring first employees
Acquisition of the second pilot project with the IHK Munich and the community of
Kirchheim b. München in the field of Smart Mobility.
Beginning of the Proto-
scholarship of the SCE and the eXist Gründerstipendium (03/19).
First pilot project with the
Bavarian State Department for Heritage Management to enable cross-organizational data exchange.
Adapting the concept of a
decentralized data network to the challenges of cross-
Developing the concept of the reverse-mediated information system (ReMIS) based on distributed data in research.
tart of the research on
distributed data and systems at the Ludwigs-