The Internet-of-Things promised a better world by connecting people, processes, and technology, but the technology was expensive, cumbersome, and limited. It came with new privacy and security concerns, hindering adoption. In 2013, we saw this as an opportunity for a major constructive disruption. We created a system of tiny, easy-to-use, robust and affordable sensors to make the possibilities of a smarter world accessible for everyone. We also made data encryption a core priority. Our IoT sensors and infrastructure simplify data collection and provide all the data points needed for actionable insights and a proactive approach to facilities management. We collect millions of data points from buildings, assets, and indoor spaces, saving thousands of dollars daily.
A motion sensor or passive infrared (PIR) sensor is an electronic device that detects the movement of an object, anywhere within its field of view, by measuring the infrared (IR) light emitted from, or reflected by, that object.
A carbon dioxide (CO2) sensor is a device used to measure the concentration of carbon dioxide gas in the atmosphere.
A smart building uses technology to obtain data. The data is then used to enable automatic, efficient, and economical use of resources while maintaining a safe and pleasant environment for occupants.
Patient-centred elderly care and monitoring the time and costs of meetings were among the winning ideas.
Remote temperature monitoring systems provide critical insights for IoT applications across many industries, including real estate, manufacturing, and healthcare. Early adopters are already seeing measurable ROI from automatic temperature monitoring in terms of increased productivity and more.