Businesses that depend on strict environment configurations such as warehouses and office buildings would benefit most of Sensix Ambient, as it ensures a permanent environment audit, accessible at any time on the Sensix platform.
Sensix Energy is suitable for large-sized, industrial facilities such as production plants and manufacturing companies. Usually, the production is powered by performant tools and machines; in this case, predicting and improving energy consumption is critical for cost reduction and faulty equipment detection.
It is easy to install, easy to register and you get instant feedback.
CO2, VOC, temperature, humidity, atmospheric pressure, noise levels, light intensity, and human presence & more.
Keep track of your energy consumption or production, energy quality, transients and more.
Our devices can smoothly blend into your decor, as an integrated part of your building.
Place on any part of any wall without worrying about access to permanent power outlets.
We use Ultra-low-power MCUs for a reliable activity of all devices, at all times.
Have a permanent ambient and energy audit to get valuable insights.
Collect sensor feedback instead of customer complains
Detect inefficient or faulty equipment to reduce costs
Configure and receive alerts when parameters go out of thresholds.
Understand trends, identify patterns, correlate parameter values to make better decisions for your business.
It’s simple and affordable to test proof-of-concepts. Pay as you use and extend when needed
Are you looking for the right tool to monitor the energy consumption of industrial equipment?
Is cost reduction on your facility management agenda?
Is employee productivity critical for your business?
Would it be important for you to know how much energy your photovoltaic panels actually produce in real time?
Wouldn’t it be useful to automatically setup a strict ambient environment for your warehouse?
Do you still send personnel on-site to check each equipment in the facility to ensure everything works properly?
Would you like to rely on sensor feedback for your ambient setup?