Experience how Deutsche Telekom and Disruptive Technologies work together to enable Deutsche Telekom’s offering Building Monitoring & Analytics (BMA) – using Disruptive Technologies Sensors and Deutsche Telekom’s Connected Things Hub (CTH) IoT platform.
Disruptive Technologies with its wireless mini-sensors can be seen live together with Deutsche Telekom at MWC 2019, held 25-28 February in Barcelona (Spain). Deutsche Telekom showcase their Building Monitoring & Analytics (BMA) solution at Hall 3, Stand 3M31 at the Fira Barcelona, enabled by live building data from Disruptive Technologies sensors.
The robust wireless sensors are the size of a postage stamp and gather real-time information on temperature, proximity, and touch. Coupled with analytics software they enable customers to make data-backed decisions that improve efficiency, sustainability, and wellbeing.
The small sensors feed data via the cloud directly into Deutsche Telekom’s Building Monitoring & Analytics IoT bundle. That way, users can detect problems before they occur and get accurate data that will help them run their building portfolio in a better and more sustainable fashion.
Disruptive Technologies’ Founder and CEO Erik Fossum Færevaag will be at MWC in Barcelona, and is excited at the perspectives of working with Deutsche Telekom and their IoT offering:
“With our sensors and Deutsche Telekom’s Connected Things Hub, we can increase the sustainability and efficiency of buildings and workplaces and ensure greater comfort and satisfaction for tenants and employees.”
About Disruptive Technologies
Disruptive Technologies is a rapidly growing innovator in the IoT market and developer of the world’s smallest commercial-grade wireless sensors. Our sensing solution based on these mini-sensors simplifies data collection and delivers the data securely to our partners’ analytics programs in the cloud.
Leading-edge companies build radically different smart solutions on our platform for Industry 4.0, commercial real estate, retail, food service and safety, and connected living applications. Together we enable facility managers to maximize space and keep tenants happy, pharmacists to ensure drugs don’t spoil, and compliance leaders to protect critical assets. From predictive maintenance to proper refrigeration, we’re delivering Connected Change™. Learn more at www.disruptive-technologies.com.
About Deutsche Telekom
Deutsche Telekom is one of the largest telecommunications companies in the world. Headquartered in Germany, the company serves nearly 200 million customers in 50 countries.