The potential for – Condition Based Maintenance through monitoring "dumb" items of HVACR equipment to tell you their status, temperature, pressure, level and general condition etc. is enormous and this website helps to explain it further


IoT (Internet of Things) Sensors are becoming more advanced, smaller, cheaper and easier to install ical especially in the M&E and HVAC sectors, with monitoring applications that are only limited by your own imagination.

By using our IoT technology, it is possible to connect and monitor smaller buildings - such as those on Business parks etc, without the major capital investment or disruption of hardwired systems. IoT is ideal in smaller buildings of less than 50,000 sq.ft allowing for simple installation and a fast 
payback period.


Predictive M&E Maintenance

Predictive Maintenance has been around for years, and has traditionally been a manual process as it differs from other Maintenance regimes, however what has changed is the application of Smart HVAC technology in that the process uses predictive diagnostics.


As well as including Alerts to notify problems, it also provides information to M&E technicians known as "Know before You Go" diagnostics to help them identify the actual problem before attending site so they can fix the problem before it fails. These systems are designed to Predict a potential failure, Prevent them from failing and Protect the systems on an ongoing basis.


Its a great way of improving technicians First time to fix, by ensuring that the van is stocked with any spare parts that may be needed to complete a repair. To implement a predictive maintenance system then sensors need to be installed on those key items to enable the monitoring to take place

Interconnection with BMS systems

Small IOT sensors can be installed quickly and easily onto many items and are now being used to connect to BMS systems, especially as the savings on installation can be huge. i.e. Wiring of Fan Coils to a BMS.


Our complete sensing solution for simple, scalable IoT provides a small footprint and unobtrusive sensing with long battery life where all the devices self-configure to the cloud. These are highly reactive, allowing instant adjustments and changes to be made with ongoing remote monitoring and alarming capabilities.


By using our IoT technology, it is possible to monitor anything from simple split systems, boilers, display fridges, kitchen cooling and refrigerated storage equipment in retail and hospitality environments and is ideal for smaller offices or more individual and often remote buildings, without major capital investment or disruption of hardwired systems. 




















They are especially useful where no BMS exists and can predict failures before they occur. They come into their own in buildings of less than 50,000 sq.ft allowing for simple installation and a quick payback. 

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Key Benefits

  • Monitor, status, temperature, vibration, noise liquid levels etc from data to enable smart decisions to be made

  • Ideal for Condition based monitoring/maintenance costs while improving safety and occupant comfort

  •  Up to 5+ Years battery life, 3km external sensor range. proven technology in Basement and roof plant rooms

  • Simple, installation

  • ‘Sensor as a Service’ commercial model – minimal Capex required

  • Insights and Alarms through customisable dashboards and analytics

  • Link data into other external systems through API integration providing end-to-end solutions

  • Data can be integrated into a BeMS via BACnet gateway.

  • Endless Applications to turn “Dumb” items of M&E equipment in Commercial offices, Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare.