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What if your building could talk? We provide wireless plug-and-play IoT solutions that are lower-cost, autonomous, and more flexible than any other retrofitting solutions to make your building smarter. It’s never been easier to gather real-time insights into infrastructure stability, rodent infestations, trash collection, building systems, equipment status, but also office space air quality or desk occupancy.

  • Low power consumption: LoRaWAN sensors are designed to consume very little power, making them ideal for use in building automation systems where devices may need to run for long periods of time on battery power.

  • Long-range communication: LoRaWAN technology allows for communication over long distances, enabling sensors to be placed in hard-to-reach areas of a building without the need for additional infrastructure.

  • High-capacity networks: LoRaWAN networks can support a large number of devices, allowing for comprehensive building automation systems with many sensors and actuators.

  • Easy integration: LoRaWAN sensors can be easily integrated with existing building automation systems, allowing for a seamless integration with existing systems.

  • Low cost: LoRaWAN sensors are relatively inexpensive, making them a cost-effective option for building automation systems.

  • Reliable and robust: LoRaWAN technology is known for its reliability and robustness, making it well-suited for use in building automation systems.

  • Secure: LoRaWAN is a secure communication protocol, which ensures the privacy and security of the data transmitted through the network

  • Scalable: LoRaWAN technology is highly scalable, making it easy to add new sensors and devices to a building automation system as needed.

  • Low Latency: LoRaWAN communication allows for low latency, which is important for building automation systems that need to respond quickly to changes in the environment

  • Flexible: LoRaWAN sensor networks can be used for a wide range of applications in building automation, including temperature and humidity monitoring, lighting control, and security.

Track construction equipment to combat theft and optimize usage

Real-time GPS tracking of assets and materials enables construction companies to reduce theft, increase productivity, and control operating costs.

Secure construction sites simply and cost-effectively

LoRaWAN wireless alarms using battery-powered presence detection sensors are the perfect solution for early-stage projects and unpowered sections of construction sites.

Smoke and fire alerts sent via the Internet

Smoke detectors connected to the Sigfox network can send real-time alerts and battery levels. Security companies can respond faster, improve safety, lower their cost of maintenance, and better manage their operations.

Back-up alarm systems

Smart security alarms use Sigfox as a backup to cellular connectivity. Simply because Sigfox is jam-proof and increases alarm system reliability. Rather than competing with traditional systems, Wireless solutions and devices provide a cost-effective, scalable way for security providers to increase the effectiveness of their existing services.

Retrofitting the building with a simple wireless automation system

Low-cost wireless sensors can be installed quickly and easily all over the building to monitor on a central platform all systems such as HVAC, boilers, light, power, fire, and security

Collect consumption data effortlessly

Monitor and optimize your infrastructure with real-time smart metering to detect leaks and breakdowns, automate billing and remotely activate and deactivate services.

Insights into the integrity of building infrastructure

Monitor cracks, extensions, or strain gauges to better predict and plan improvements.

Ensuring defibrillators are in order

The battery is working and sends alerts to emergency services when in use

Avoid rodent infestations

IoT solutions using infrared sensors for monitoring rodent activity identifies hotspots in the building so that rodent management programs can trap up to 6 times more rats.

Let the trash talk

Smart bins and compactors connected to the wireless network can trigger a refuse collection request depending on the filling level. An add-on temperature sensor can send an alert in case of fire.

Just press the wireless button to call for service

When stock needs refilling (eg toilet paper) or facilities need maintenance, clients simply press the button. Over time, Facilities managers can reduce costs, improve services and predict client needs.

What if your desk could talk?

Smart desk monitoring solutions using wireless infrared IoT devices are the simplest setup solution for mapping and monitoring occupancy rates of your office space.

Monitor employee attendance remotely

Easily install and maintain Tap-in/Tap-out Sigfox-ready readers (coupled with simple NFC cards) allowing employers to monitor the attendance of workers, contractors, and cleaners on remote work sites.

Monitoring customer satisfaction

Use simple emoji buttons to trigger instant responses from customers as they leave the areas under your management. The data is then available in the cloud for visualization and results interpretation

By connecting a variety of sensors and independent information systems, facility managers are providing a more secure, efficient, environment-friendly, and comfortable place for residents. By using new smart sensors and analytics, solution providers can control the traffic of people, reduce energy consumption, set the proper temperature, and increase the utilization rate of offices in commercial, residential, and industrial buildings.

When it comes to real estate, the development of offices, homes, and premises has received a real boost from IoT. Through connected solutions, more and more of the building’s functions can now be monitored and optimized based on changing needs. Temperature and ventilation control is done automatically. Energy use is analyzed and streamlined all the time. All this is made possible by networks of connected nodes and sensors that communicate with each other. The technology is used everywhere as residential properties, office properties, schools and care facilities. The system monitors via measuring sensors how the actual indoor climate relates to what is desired.

You can achieve clean air, clean water, heating and cooling, and smarter energy provided by using smart, inexpensive wireless IOT sensors.

To be able to optimize for the environment, meet new energy regulations, optimize operations and engage with your customers you need to digitize your property and measure everything. Collect data from every area – from lighting levels, energy and effects in electric distribution boards, ventilation and air quality, heating, and cooling systems, and signage, and get the visibility you need on temperature, humidity, airflow, air quality (PM) and e.g. water leaks.  With Sensor-Online IOT portal, property sensors, data aggregation, and external data you can get an overview of everything, optimize service operations, and start to analyze the whole ecosystem and improve energy consumption, and balance e.g. solar power and electric car charging and improve air quality. With big data and intelligent analytics, we can recognize huge potential for energy savings, suggest effect balance improvements and improve temperature stability and air quality..

Thanks to the fact that the sensors and the other components of the system are connected to each other, they can always ensure that the serviced surfaces have the best possible indoor environment for the lowest possible energy use. Property owners and tenants can then monitor and manage the climate functions via the web. The control system uses the latest technology in radio communication to make the system components communicate with each other. Temperature, CO2, presence detectors and relay modules are examples of components that are connected as nodes. The system can be adjusted, changed and updated remotely.


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