5TONIC intends to connect and cooperate with both large companies and SMEs, as well as institutions, related or not with ICT, such as automotive, energy, food and agriculture, city management, healthcare, manufacturing, transportation, etc. We are looking for verticals like these that want to engage in joint projects or activities related to 5G. For these purposes, a flexible collaborator agreement has been designed, that allows for specific cooperation activities for a limited period of time in conditions to be agreed by all parties involved. Testing a new technological component or a new application that may benefit from 5G new capabilities is feasible in this framework, that allows the use of 5TONIC infrastructure and also guarantees the protection of IPRs and confidentially as established in the agreement. Below you can see a list of our current collaborators. If you are interested in becoming a 5TONIC collaborator visit the section COLLABORATE WITH US.

Current collaborators


ASTI is an international engineering company developing made-to-measure solutions to optimise intralogistics through automation. ASTI is one of the companies included into ASTI Technologies Group (ATG), created to deliver technology-based solutions to optimise industrial productivity. Ever since they started providing automated intralogistics solutions in 1982 their main objective has remained invariable: increasing our customers’ competitiveness. We count with a wide range of AGVs (Automated Guided Vehicles), all designed and produced to maximise intralogistics flexibility, efficiency and effectiveness. AGVs as collaborative mobile robotics, play a key role in this new manufacture paradigm. Factories are being redesigned to room all this technology to implement their plants, increase their production rates and overall keep the track of the data to achieve valuable information about use, tastes… AGVs are evolving to more complex vehicles, able to combine conveyance and handling, able to skip obstacles without missing the route thanks to advanced guiding systems. All the hardware elements in the system are managed by SIGAT, our 100%-proprietary software module. It controls the global functioning of the system by collecting the data in the plant and therefore communicating with the vehicles to better perform the transport activity achieving the optimum productivity. ASTI is one of the main AGV system producers because of their wide range of AGVs suitable for all kind of materials and their ability as an engineering to customise their solutions to their customers’ needs.


IFEMA is Spain’s leading trade fair organiser and one Europe's most important operators. Every year, it hosts more than 500 events and it has a portfolio of 80 specialised trade fairs and congresses in the main economic and manufacturing sectors. The Feria de Madrid facilities, the epicentre of the entire geography of the Iberian Peninsula, has more than 20,000 square metres of indoor exhibition space and receives more than 2.9 million visitors from around the world every year. It now operates at an international level, with both trade fairs and strategic and business consultancy services in Latin America, Africa, Asia and Europe, where it also helps Spanish companies by providing advice and assisting with international expansion. IFEMA’s main commitment is to generate wealth and development in the region. The institution has an economic impact of 2,400 million euro, and is responsible for more than 44,000 direct and indirect jobs. It also plays an important role promoting Madrid around the world and stimulates business activity. During its history, it has held more than 1,600 trade fairs, and welcomed 85 million visitors and around 600,000 companies.

Rohde & Schwarz

Rohde & Schwarz is an international group of companies headquartered in Munich (Germany) which develops, produces and markets innovative test and measurement, information and communications technology products for professional users. Rohde & Schwarz focuses on test and measurement, broadcast and media, cybersecurity, secure communications and monitoring and network testing, areas that address many different industry and government-sector market segments. Founded more than 80 years ago, the independent company has an extensive sales and service network in more than 70 countries. On June 30, 2017, Rohde & Schwarz had approximately 10,500 employees and achieved a net revenue of approximately EUR 1.9 billion.

Luz WaveLabs

Luz WaveLabs is a company focused on bringing to the market a new and exciting technology: millimeter and Terahertz (THz) waves. The technology developed at Luz Wavelabs will allow next generation high data rate wireless communications (5G, Smart Cities, Industry 4.0) or new analysis mechanisms for materials and substances, among others. Luz WaveLabs is a spin-off from Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M) created in 2013 and is involved in a number of projects, with both national and European funding. Luz WaveLabs was the winner of the first global 5G Start-up Competition organized by 5TONIC, based on the strength of the company’s project proposal, its synergy with 5G, its market potential, innovation capacity, scalability, the competencies of its multidisciplinary team and the advanced stage of development of their trademark products and solutions.

Saguna Networks

Saguna, the Multi access Edge Cloud Computing pioneer, helps communication companies monetize, optimize & accelerate their networks. Our any-access Edge-Cloud solutions transform communication networks into powerful cloud computing infrastructures for game changing applications including augmented and virtual reality, IoT, edge analytics, high definition video, connected cars, autonomous drones and more.

Saguna's award-winning MEC platform simplifies & accelerates development, deployment, management and automation of edge cloud platforms and edge applications. Fully compliant with the ETSI MEC standard and 3GPP 5G specifications, our solution provides Ultra Reliable and Low Latency Communication (URLLC) enabling 5G features over existing 4G networks and setting the stage for 5G roll-out.