The IoT Sensors that give Buildings a Voice

Now every building can be retrofitted to be smart with Internet of Things (IoT) Smart Sensors that help you prevent critical system breakdowns, reduce onsite engineering staff and optimise building system performance.

  • On/Off
    Sensor
  • Gateway
  • Humidity
    Sensor
  • Light
    Sensor
  • Meter
    Sensor
  • Motion
    Sensor
  • Flood
    Sensor
  • Temperature
    Sensor
  • Vibration
    Sensor

Get Real Time Data from your Assets

Let your building tell you when it needs attention.

 

Our suite of ambient sensors enables you to detect a wide range of events without the need for complex installation.

• Motor and pump health
• Refrigeration failure
• Cold Storage Temperature Monitoring
• Fire Alarm Monitoring
• Showroom Lux Monitoring
• Swimming Pool Water Temperature Monitoring
• Plumbing leaks
• Data center overheating
• UPS Power Interruption Monitoring
• Waste Water Tank Water Level Monitoring
• Energy Performance and Management
• ATM Room Wall Breaching
• Drip tray overflow
• Chilled Water Pipe Temperature Monitoring
• Street Light Power Monitoring
• Critical Area/ Soace Access Monitoring
• BTU Meter Consumption Monitoring
• Water Heaters Temperature Monitoring

 

 

IoT Smart Sensors

Small, Sleek & Powerful; the Urbanise IoT Smart Sensors completely redefine traditional building management and asset maintenance.

 

Examples of the Applications of our IoT Sensors

Freezers & Cold Stores

Certain items must be kept frozen otherwise they will perish and must be discarded if they defrost. Health and Safety laws are more stringent around frozen goods and medical items have even more stringent requirements. It may be critical to maintain a constant record of temperature level where these items are stored for Health and Safety Audit purposes.

Lifts

All lift motors are susceptible to intermittent failure with incidents occurring more frequently the older the lift is. Most buildings will have a contract with a specialist lift maintenance company, however the time it takes to detect and dispatch a specialist to assist people who are stuck and then to repair a lift can be hours or even days. Property Managers may suffer penalties for delayed response.

Motors & Pumps

Motors & Pumps are used in many applications within manufacturing and industrial production facilities. A motor that is running continuously will eventually break down and cause a loss of production which has a cost to the facility in lost output. It is possible to predict motor or pump failure if heat or vibration increase over time.

HVAC Chiller & Boiler

Chillers & Boilers provide the key piece of infrastructure for heating or cooling a large building. If a building is too hot or too cold it will cause discomfort to occupants who may have to leave the building causing loss of tenant occupancy and subsequent loss of yield from the space. Managers may suffer penalties if spaces are unable to be occupied.

Planned Maintenance

There are many activities in planned maintenance for building equipment which are repetitive and often unnecessary if the equipment is not running permanently. Instead of scheduling on a calendar, teams can be scheduled when equipment has run a certain amount, similar to servicing a car when the odometer has reached certain points This can reduce or even remove staff from buildings.

Communication Rooms

Many buildings contain a small unmanned rooms for Communications or Computer Server Equipment. These rooms must operate at a constant temperature and humidity to ensure electronics do not overheat or electronically short and underfloor electronics do not experience flooding all of which would cause equipment to fail and subsequent loss of business output.

Refrigerators

Certain items must be kept refrigerated otherwise they will perish and must be discarded. In addition items that have gone off due to overheating can pose a health and safety risk if sold to a customer and they become sick. It may be critical to maintain record of temperature levels where these items are stored for Health and Safety Audit purposes.

Utility Benchmarking

Energy consumption typically makes up around 50% of the operation cost of building. Energy must be measured at an individual circuit level to enable engineering staff to isolate where wastage is occurring. This this information can be used to measure and verify whether energy saving projects have been successful in delivering energy reductions.