We are committed to offering Internet of Things solutions that make sense to our customers!

 

SenseOne is an independent software vendor in the global market for the Internet of Things in buildings. It is important to us that we deliver customer-meaningful innovation. As a knowledge company, human resources and their ‘know-how’ are our greatest asset. Our experienced team of talented ICT professionals has a proven track record in international projects as well as the ability to integrate our Internet of Things offerings with best-in class enterprise application software such as Enterprise Asset Management, ERP, CRM, HR/Time & Attendance and Retail systems.

Our primary offering is buildingSense, a portfolio-level solution for remote monitoring and control of buildings resource efficiency. buildingSense is a Software-as-a-Service designed to provide a personalized, real time monitoring and control experience by applying data streaming techniques up to one second intervals.

Using the best of breed M2M (Machine to Machine) and cloud-based open source technologies, we are capable to address diverse M2M connectivity needs and have a broad R&D scope that includes Internet of Things applications for water resources management (hydroSense), electric vehicles (evSense), contract farming (agroSense), energy efficient vessels (vesselSense) and smart cities (citySense).

We strongly believe and invest in international partnerships with industry leaders such as Tridium Inc., a member company of Honeywell Group, and renowned academic institutions with the aim to develop, test and validate M2M sensing methods and algorithms as well as integrated Internet of Things offerings.

Our origins in M2M software development and implementation for utility-scale solar PV sites combined with a significant experience curve in Resources Efficiency has caused international organizations to view SenseOne as a source of industry knowledge.

SenseOne participates in the EU-funded Optimus project which aims at delivering an integrated ICT platform that will collect and structure open data by use of semantic technologies from five domains, e.g. weather conditions, social mining, buildings’ energy profiles, energy prices, energy production in three european cities, namely Savona (Italy), Sant Cugat del Vallès (Spain) and Zaanstad (The Netherlands).

 

 

2015

SenseOne selected by CIOReview as one of the most promising IoT Solution Providers for 2015.

Printec Group and SenseOne partnered to launch buildings Internet of Things solutions across South Eastern.

SenseOne won silver in the “2015 Energy Mastering Awards”

SenseOne won silver in the “2015 Environmental Awards”
2014

Received BITE 2014 (Business IT Excellence) Award- Best energy efficiency software for implementing buildingSense at a leading food retailer in Southeast Europe.

Launched buildingSense SaaS and focuses business on IoT solutions for buildings resource efficiency.

SenseOne and Inaccess pvSense deal
2013

Identified as a key market player both in UK and global Solar PV monitoring markets according to GTM Research.

Achieved market recognition due to monitoring 400+ MW Solar PV at 600+ Solar PV sites across Europe with real time data from 300.000+ metering points.
2012

Qualified as top 3 finalist among 70 companies in Entrepreneurs TechWeek VC competition in London.

Received "Green Innovator of the Year" award at the Infocom Green ICT 2012.

Expanded to primary Solar PV markets of UK and France.
2011

Launched pvSense beta; first paying customers in the Solar PV market.

Completion of investment and R&D in monitoring and control solutions for solar PV parks.

 Turn the Monitoring Lens on actionable Business Insights!

 

buildingSense provides a unified buildings Internet-of-Things (IoT) solution that aggregates and analyses basic device-level data beyond resource usage, while offering extended device-level monitor & control capabilities and fully integrating its functionality with best-in-class EAM, ERP, CRM and Retail Systems in just 4 steps:

  • it starts with connecting the building assets
  • it collects device-level unstructured data
  • it combines these data
  • it generates insights to create new business value

 

buildingSense key benefits:

  • Portfolio-level solution with peer building resource analysis
  • Unlimited virtual indicators/data points
  • User-definable smart alarming mechanism for events and processes
  • Role-based functionality
  • Multi-language UI
  • Enterprise-class security due to hosting on Rackspace UK
  • Accesible from any device 24/7/365
  • Easy-to-install, easy-to-use
  • One-click connect
  • SenseOne API for interoperability
  • Hardware-agnostic and capable to accomodate diverse M2M connectivity needs
  • Remote assets and equipment control

 

 

buildingSense reveals patterns in resource usage and uncovers areas of improvement. This is done by organizing, structuring and analyzing basic device-level data in seven aggregation areas:

  • Heating/Cooling
  • Lighting
  • BMS systems
  • Water end-use
  • Building integrated renewables
  • IT Equipment
  • Non-IT equipment & assets

 

Industries we serve: Food/Non Food Retail, Banking, Healthcare, Leisure (Hotels, Restaurants, Stadiums), Education (Schools, Colleges & Universities), Manufacturing Industries, Real Estate (Developers, Providers of workspaces, Facilities management, etc), Airports, Resources Utilities, Telcos, Public Sector.

News

 Jul 2016: SenseOne announces strategic investment from SingularLogic

SenseOne today announces that SingularLogic Group, the No 1 Greek Software Vendor and one of the largest Integrated IT Solutions Group in Greece, have made a strategic investment in the company.

Commenting on the investment, Stavros Krasadakis, CEO of SingularLogic Group said: ‘We look forward to helping accelerate growth of SenseOne which is one of the most promising tech startups in Southeast Europe due to its excellence in delivering top-notch solutions for the Internet-of-Things in buildings”.

“We are pleased to announce the strategic investment from SingularLogic” said Yiannis Theodoropoulos, CEO of SenseOne. “SenseOne’s solutions will continue to break new ground, benefiting its customers in the rapidly emerging Buildings Internet of Things (#BIoT) market.

 

 Dec 2015: SenseOne won silver in the “2015 Energy Mastering Awards”

SenseOne was selected by the committee of the “2015 Energy Mastering Awards” for the silver award for Energy Efficiency Solutions and Technologies. This award is a recognition of the energy efficiency results that our buildingSense SaaS offers to one of the most dynamic Greek companies in the electrical and light fittings sector.

 

Nov 2015 : SenseOne selected by CIOReview as one of the most promising IoT Solutions Providers for 2015

CIOReview has chosen SenseOne for its ‘50 Most Promising IoT Solution Providers 2015’.  SenseOne has received recognition for its excellence in innovating Internet of Things in commercial and industrial buildings.  

The annual CIOReview’s list of the ‘50 Most Promising IoT Solution Providers’ features market-ready solutions with measurable business impact.  “SenseOne has been on our radar for some time for stirring a revolution in the IoT space, and we are happy to showcase them this year due to their continuing excellence in delivering top-notch Software for the Internet-of-Things in buildings,” said Jeevan George, Managing Editor, CIOReview. “SenseOne’s solutions continued to break new ground within the past year and we’re excited to have them featured on our top companies list.”

“SenseOne is honored to be recognized by CIOReview’s panel of experts and thought leaders,” commented Yannis Theodoropoulos, CEO, SenseOne. “Since inception, SenseOne’s stated goal is to simplify the monitoring and control of heterogeneous ‘things’. Hence, we enable owners and tenants of commercial and industrial buildings to save 10% to 20% in annual buildings’ resource costs, including: electricity, gas, water, and building’s equipment.”

For the complete story, visit http://magazine.cioreview.com/magazines/November2015/IOT/

About CIOReview  (http://www.cioreview.com/)

CIOReview constantly endeavors to identify “The Best” in a variety of areas important to tech business. Through nominations and consultations with industry leaders, CIOReview’s editors choose the best in different domains.

 

June 2015 : Printec Group and SenseOne partner to launch buildings Internet of Things solutions across South Eastern Europe

Printec Group announces that it enters into a strategic partnership with SenseOne, an innovative enterprise Internet of Things (IoT) vendor. Printec sees SenseOne as an emerging IoT player that can make the concept of Internet of Things in buildings a reality. The partnership aims at launching SenseOne’s primary offering, buildingSense SaaS in several key market verticals across South Eastern Europe, including: Retail, Banking, Information Technology, Healthcare, Facilities Management, and the Public sector. To provide an idea of the “Internet of Things in buildings (BIoT)” opportunity, the global market is projected to rise from $20Bn in 2014 to over $80Bn in 2020 according to independent industry analysts.

SenseOne has significant technology and business know-how in how meters/sub meters, control equipment, sensors and analytics of real-time Big Data can provide owners and tenants of commercial buildings with knowledge in their effort to break and monetize efficiency data silos. Specifically, buildingSense SaaS collects granular data from numerous metering points and applies machine-learning algorithms which allow for (a) the online observation of resource-consuming processes, (b) the ongoing detection of actionable usage patterns, (c) the optimization of resource usage through real-time monitoring, control and management of building’s equipment  and (d) the functional integration between buildings assets, meters/sub meters, equipment, sensors and Enterprise Applications Systems (ERP, CRM, BI, EAM etc.). buildingSense SaaS is built on SenseOne’s proprietary open source, cloud-based IoT platform and saves large enterprise customers 10% to 30% in annual building’s resource costs, including: electricity, gas, water, and building’s equipment.

“For the past 27 years, Printec has facilitated and led the introduction of self-service and electronic payments technologies in Central and South Eastern Europe. We are proud to have deployed on the field, and to be supporting in live operations, more than 300,000 devices, enabling fast and secure consumer interactions across different channels and various market sectors. Introducing BIoT in SEE, in tandem with SenseOne, will allow our customers to take process automation and real time information transfer one step further”, said Vassilis Mathioudakis, Group Solutions Development Director, Printec Group. “Our aim is to closely work with our customers in the region, in order to help them unlock operational efficiencies, reduce energy consumption, achieve sustainability goals, and effectively optimize their financial performance”.                                                                                                                                                                                                       

 

About Printec Group

Printec Group is one of the fastest growing Information Technology Solutions provider and an important Systems Integrator with extensive experience in large projects in Central and Southeastern Europe. Being active in the Financial Services Sector for more than 25 years, Printec Group has been implementing, delivering and supporting technology solutions, in the areas of ATM Networks & Banking Software, Self-Service Kiosks & Branch Automation, EFT/POS Networks, e-Payments, Retail & Emerging Markets, Telecom, Information Security and Enterprise Solutions. Partnering with vendors such as NCR, VeriFone, Glory, Tonbeller, Oracle, Websense etc. the company offers a wide variety of specialized solutions for financial institutions, petroleum companies, large retailers, as well as many other organizations in the public and private sectors.. Printec Group operates with subsidiaries in Albania, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, FYROM, Greece, Kosovo, Moldova, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia and Ukraine. For more information about Printec Group please visit www.printecgroup.com 

 

Jan 2015: SenseOne won silver in the “2015 Environmental Awards”

SenseOne was selected by the committee of the “2015 Environmental Awards” for the silver award for Energy Efficiency Solutions and Technologies. This award is a recognition of the sustainability monitoring results that our buildingSense SaaS offers to a leading retailer in Southeast Europe.

Nov 2014: SenseOne participates at Cisco Connect 2014 – Join us to find more about the Internet of Everything!

 

Jul 2014: Business IT Excellence (BITE) Award 2014  - Best Energy Efficiency Software

SenseOne has won the Business IT Excellence (BITE) Award 2014 - Best Energy Efficiency Software for its buildingSense Energy Management SaaS Suite. Launched in 2014, buildingSense SaaS is an affordable building portfolio-level open solution for remote monitoring and control of building energy behavior. Using the best of breed Internet-of-Things/M2M (Machine to Machine) and Cloud based technologies, buildingSense is a SaaS designed to provide an unprecedented personalized, real time monitoring and control experience by using data streaming techniques up to one second intervals.

Jun 2014: Energy Efficiency Conference 2014

Dimos Giannakoulopoulos, VP Business Development & Sales of SenseOne, participated as a key speaker at Energy Efficiency Conference 2014. The conference was held at Dais Centre in Maroussi, Athens, on June 24th 2014 and brought together Greece’s leading energy efficiency experts, industry professionals and energy efficiency suppliers to share best practices in energy efficiency. Dimos’s presentation "Energy Efficiency Quick Wins: How a Leading Retailer Uses Energy Efficiency Software to Slash Energy Costs" showcased how Marinopoulos S.A. leverages buildingSense SaaS Energy Management suite to improve buildings portfolio energy efficiency.

Jun 2014: Co-funding for SenseOne

SenseOne has been selected for co-funding under the ICT4Growth programme for research, technological development and demonstration of buildingSense project.

 

Apr 2014: Inaccess and SenseOne deal successfully completed

Inaccess and SenseOne Technologies announce today the completion of the transaction foreseen under their recent strategic cooperation agreement. According to that agreement, Inaccess acquires SenseOne Technologies Ltd (UK), the UK operating entity of SenseOne Technologies and incorporates pvSense product line and solar PV related operations in its global solutions portfolio.

Following the transaction, Inaccess is now monitoring more than 1,200 solar plants with a total capacity exceeding 1.5 GW in US, Europe and Asia.

SenseOne Technologies continues its international activities by promoting innovative Monitoring & Control software solutions for the global Internet of Energy markets.

 

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Dec 2013: Inaccess and SenseOne into strategic agreement

Inaccess and SenseOne Technologies announce today that they have entered into a strategic cooperation agreement. Under this agreement and upon completion of the foreseen corporate transaction, Inaccess will have acquired SenseOne Technologies UK along with the pvSense product line and solar PV related operations worldwide.

Following the completion of SenseOne UK acquisition, Inaccess will be monitoring more than 1,200 solar plants with a total capacity exceeding 1.5 GW in US, Europe and Asia.

SenseOne Technologies will continue its international activities by promoting innovative Monitoring & Control software solutions for the global Internet of Energy markets.

Jul 2013: SenseOne Technologies acknowledged as a key player in the UK PV monitoring market

SenseOne Technologies demonstrated outstanding sales performance in the UK PV market in 2012. According to the recent global analysis of PV monitoring market (Global Solar PV Monitoring 2013-2017), SenseOne Technologies is recognised as a key market player in the UK PV market (in terms of new MW monitored).

Source: GTM Research and SoliChamba Consulting – Global PV Monitoring Report

Jul 2013: SenseOne Technologies achieves recognition as a dynamic, emerging market player in the global PV monitoring market

GTM Research has acknowledged SenseOne Technologies as an emerging market player globally. The study conducted by GTM Research and SoliChamba Consulting (Global Solar PV Monitoring 2013-2017) focused on 66 key players of PV monitoring software and hardware. Importantly, according to the study, SenseOne Technologies has achieved exceptional market rankings in terms of MW monitored in the global utility-scale PV segment (MW).

Source: GTM Research and SoliChamba Consulting – Global PV Monitoring Report

April 2013: “Extroversion Award 2013”

SenseOne Technologies received the “Extroversion Award 2013” at Cloud & Green Awards ceremony that took place in the context of the 5th InfoCom Green ICT 2013 Conference held on April 10, 2013 at Divani Caravel Hotel in Athens. The company was recognized for its efforts to promote energy efficiency and sustainability across Europe through the use of its monitoring and control SaaS solutions.

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Jan 2013: SenseOne Technologies is nominated at The EUROPAS 2013 Contest

SenseOne Technologies competes in The Europas, Europe's most prestigious Tech Awards, in Berlin 22 January 2013. The Europas have been deemed the premier European awards for early, mid-, and late-stage technology start-ups, as well as leading investors and media. The most forward-thinking, progressive and innovative tech companies will be awarded. 

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Nov 2012: SenseOne Technologies qualified as top 3 finalist in Entrepreneurs Tech Week VC competition in London, amongst 70 companies

Tech Entrepreneurs Week is a leading UK event and conference for entrepreneurs and investors in the technology industry. The event invites technology companies from all fields of technology, from consumer and enterprise software, hardware and architecture, to all web services and mobile applications businesses. The conference and Investment Competitions lasted 4 days (26-29 Nov 2012). All technology businesses were invited, particularly companies that are at the Seed or Venture stage if entering the Investment Competitions. After a three round competition, SenseOne Technologies qualified as top 3 finalist.

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Sep 2012: Solar Power Portal refers to pvSense

Solar Power Portal one of the of the biggest and most reputable digital media portals dedicated to cover the  United Kingdom’s Solar Market,  refers to pvSense : "pvSense optimizes solar from the cloud".

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Jun 2012: Piraeus Bank selects Energy Monitoring System

SenseOne Technologies successfully starts pilot project for the installation and actively monitoring of the Energy Monitoring System solution at 20 branches of Piraeus Bank.

May 2012: "Green Innovator of the Year" 2012 Award

The company has been selected as the recipient of the Green Innovator of the Year Award under the 4th Infocom Green ICT 2012 Conference. This honor is awarded to companies that exhibit innovation as a core company value.

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