Tiny 19x19x2.5mm, IP68-rated sensors you can stick anywhere with a battery lifetime of up to 15 years.
A plug & play gateway, securely relaying sensor data to the Cloud via Ethernet or 4G cellular technology.
Complete fleet management tools and APIs for integrating sensor data into any platform or application.
Integrate sensor data into your own application or use our web-app Studio for simple analytics & notifications.
Customizable, scalable, and secure sensors that gather data from anywhere and effortlessly integrate with your operations.
IP68 robust design
15 year battery life
The easiest way to gather data from any building. Includes 5 tiny sensors and a one-year subscription. Peel & stick sensors with effortless connectivity. Use our web app Studio for simple analytics, alerts, and notifications, or add the sensors to your own application in an instant.
Immersive 3D experience
The world's smallest wireless sensors turn any indoor space smart in minutes. Explore sensor applications:
"The Infogrid pipe monitoring solution fully automated our legionella reporting, allowing us to reduce the time spent on legionella compliance by 81%."
"[The system] has not only resulted in reduced risk, but has added value by freeing up the Facilities Team to concentrate their efforts on maintaining other parts of the building."
"Since the sensors are wireless, we had no problems with finding the best spot to install them because we could attach them anywhere we wanted."
"The level of detail being obtained has proved to be a revelation."
"The sensors and system are providing us with priceless insights."
"Not only did it save £1.25m of food stock, but it also helped us to manage our sites remotely during lockdown, and automatically alerted us about multiple faults with our freezers"
"Disruptive Technologies sensors decrease unnecessary call-outs by 25%."
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