A complete IoT setup that provides ambient and energy insights into your building’s activity. Monitor, analyze and take business decisions based on your data.
Low-power IoT device for air & atmosphere quality. Monitor what matters for your business—CO2, temperature, humidity, and more. Make improvements based on data.
The better half of our complete solution links to your electric meter. Permanently audit your energy usage to help you adjust costs and spot faulty equipment. Prevention comes first.
A place to visualize, process and acquire insights from the data collected by both types of devices. Monitor your parameters of preference and set up alerts to stay in the know.
Devices currently monitoring
Is tracking energy consumption of industrial equipment among your priorities?
Do you want to run your facility more efficiently and reduce operational costs?
Are you looking for optimal indoor environment conditions? Do you want to have happy and productive employees?
One of the biggest sports facilities in Timisoara uses Sensix solution to improve customer satisfaction and prevent business downtime.Read more
Ecoliving Project real estate developer uses Sensix to prove the efficiency of a recently launched eco-friendly house concept—maintaining a healthy indoor environment while having low utility consumption is now possible.Read more
can have a negative effect on children’s health and academic performance.Discover
how to prevent/respond to IAQ problems in schools.
Sensix believes in green schools, happy & healthy students.
After the COVID-19 pandemic more and more people started (or continued) to work from home. This clearly translates into more energy use and, of course, into higher costs. Considering that „Winter is coming” here are tips to save both energy and money this winter.Read more
This autumn is about saving energy. Especially now when the Russian invasion of Ukraine highly impacted the energy and food markets.Read more
School has already started so let’s learn new energy things. 13% of the world (around 940 million people) do not have access to electricity. Even if there is no universally-adopted definition of what “access to electricity” means, most definitions are aligned to the delivery of electricity, safe cooking facilities and a required minimum level of consumption. This number also includes households with children going to school or even schools. Lack of energy will unfortunately have a major negative impact on education, lowering its quality.Read more