Real Estate

Smart sensors make smart buildings more efficient and comfortable

Smart, connected sensors help real estate and facilities managers monitor conditions and improve performance in residential, public and commercial buildings, including hotels, office buildings, airports, train stations, concert halls and sport stadiums. Lightweight, mini-sensors are unobtrusive and easy to install in any environment, without requiring ongoing maintenance.
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Ambient temperature monitoring

Adjust temperatures as the number of occupants changes to keep tenants comfortable and healthy. Reduce hot/cold calls and disputes.

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Space occupancy

Understand how office space is being used in order to optimize layout, plan office moves and hotdesking strategies and improve productivity.

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Remote monitoring

Bring central systems such as HVAC in line with occupancy and actual usage to lower energy costs and reduce carbon footprint.

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Smart cleaning

Track usage and feedback so you can tailor cleaning schedules and services to each space and react quickly to changing conditions.

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Legionella prevention

Reduce risk and adhere to compliance requirements by ensuring water doesn’t remain stagnant and meets temperature requirements.

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Sensors built for commercial real estate

Lightweight, mini-sensors can be embedded in any workplace and blend in with the environment. Wireless technology with low power and long range capabilities can be used even in large buildings, without needing to tap into the tenant's infrastructure. Disruptive Technologies' open API and Cloud Connectors integrate with all types of PropTech, including analytics platforms and real estate and workplace management software. Low price and unlimited scalability makes it easy to expand the sensing solution to new locations.

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Real estate applications

  • Smart cleaning
  • Comfort monitoring
  • Temperature heat maps
  • Preventative maintenance
  • HVAC control
  • Customer feedback
  • Asset management
  • Energy savings
  • Workplace utilization

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