Data-driven insights are instrumental in reducing buildings' carbon footprint. At a time when we need all hands on deck in the fight against climate change, only the elite few were benefiting from the latest technology. Tiny, robust, affordable and easy to use sensors have made these solutions available to people and buildings in a way that was never before thought possible.
At 19 x 19 x 2.5 mm, Disruptive Technologies sensors are the smallest in the world. They operate through wireless technology, are easily installed with adhesive and have a battery life of up to 15-years. Their tiny size and long life ensure minimum waste in an IoT space that is often wasteful.
We aim to push the boundaries of what our sensors & IoT infrastructure can do, and continuously make their form, function, and use more accessible and sustainable.View sensors
Our customers enjoy sustainability benefits from our sensors and partner solutions daily. We map out innovative sensor use cases that contribute to more sustainable building operations and work with leading partners to produce tangible gains and scale our solution to all buildings.Browse case studies
Our team is committed to sharing all sensor case studies with our followers, partners, and customers. We collaborate with industry experts to publish thought leadership pieces, in-depth guides, white papers, and e-books around how to achieve more sustainable operations through sensor technology.Downloadable resources
Our sensors allow for a full overview of buildings and assets through remote monitoring. By tracking assets and monitoring water, temperature, humidity, and more, our sensor solution delivers data alerts before problems occur.
With our system in place, an engineer is no longer required to drive to sites to manually flush every tap and check the temperature to prevent legionella. Save water, energy, and drive-time.
Our sensors are in supermarket shelf shutters, chiller room doors, and refrigeration units. This data prevents overnight energy loss and reduces food waste.
Employers and office managers can understand employee working styles to accurately measure and allocate space capacity. That often leads to downsizing and better space allocation, which can shrink an office’s carbon footprint by 30%.
Full visibility into temperature, occupancy, open doors and windows, building use and water waste can quickly optimize energy use. Minor behavioral and operational changes make buildings more sustainable.
Cleaning staff optimize their service and schedule, this reduces the waste of time, energy, and cleaning supplies, which usually come in plastic containers and are difficult to recycle.
Data collected from our tiny sensors give unprecedented insight into building use. Equipped with granular information, our clients can make data-driven changes towards more efficient and sustainable operations.