New sensor technology to enable scalable smart building solutions

Pressac would be to launch new sensor technology that will give customers more choice and flexibility when building large-scale IoT solutions.

The brand new technology, which includes been developed at the company’s high-tech UK design and manufacturing unit, was created to be smart, secure and scalable.

It enables the tabs on a variety of different parameters in only one device and isn’t confined to anybody wireless protocol or platform, making smart sensing more interoperable and efficient, meaning organisations will get the exact data they want, how it really is needed by them.

The technology has been made to enhance Pressac’s existing portfolio of products and introduces new sensing capabilities – Volatile Organic Compounds, particulate (PM 2.5) levels, light, and sound.

Initially, it’ll be used in two services being developed by the business – an indoor quality of air sensor and an area conditions sensor – but more products will undoubtedly be added through 2022.

The technology may also be open to select companies seeking to partner with Pressac to generate bespoke configurations for high-volume sensing solutions.

Pete Burbidge, Pressac’s Managing Director, said: “In a global where creating the proper work place is more important than ever before, increasingly more companies shall be embracing smart sensor technology to get this done.

“We’ve paid attention to our customers and what we’ve developed is really a high-quality platform here, providing them with the scalability and flexibility they want.

“Our aim would be to help companies seeking to deliver large-scale IoT deployments to obtain the building, workplace/facilities and equipment data they want as and efficiently as you possibly can effectively.”

If you want to learn more about Pressac’s technology visit www.pressac.com , or contact Pressac on 0115 936 5200 or sales@pressac.com .

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