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How Well Does Your Company Run Without Power?

If I had to guess, not well. Losing power for even a few hours can mean thousands of dollars in lost revenue and productivity. Power and the increases in its demand, has led to significant growth in the backup generator market. Think about the mission critical components of your business: security systems go down, refrigerated […]

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SuiteHeat by SensorSuite: Your Smart Space Retrofit.

The cost of electricity is increasing at an alarming rate with no end in sight. For many multi-residential facilities and social housing complexes, mitigating the risk of this threat is a top priority. Certainly, building stakeholders have begun to take steps towards making their portfolios more “green”. As hydro prices increase and Ontario’s socio-political culture […]

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SensorSuite : Our Story

Our Story Once upon a time in 2006, deep in a boiler room, Vlad Platek and I identified a market need for easy-to-use monitoring and control solutions that catered to small and medium-sized buildings. Certainly, companies like Honeywell, Johnson Controls, and Siemens existed for larger buildings in the market, but their solutions were too expensive […]

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SensorSuite Launches $1.2 Million Project with Support from the IESO to Develop Next Generation Energy Demand Response Technology

SensorSuite® Launches Cutting-Edge Energy Pilot Project Supported Through Grant Received From IESO’s Conservation Fund TORONTO, ON–(PRWEB – May 19, 2016) – SensorSuite®, a leading innovator in cloud-based wireless control systems for electrically heated and cooled buildings, is pleased to announce it is launching a $1.2 Million project to develop next generation demand response algorithms, wireless […]

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Grocery Store Fridge/Freezer Monitoring

Sleep warm and peacefully while your grocery store fridges stay cool

Low Cost, Intelligent Grocery Store Fridge and Freezer Monitoring using Wireless Sensors SensorSuite™ Inc., an Internet of Things company that monitors commercial and industrial buildings has opened a new door in their business. Namely, a refrigerator door. The newest addition to SensorSuite’s™ line of wireless monitoring devices is called FridgeLink™ and it monitors grocery store […]

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SensorSuite highlighted in Globe and Mail Article about IOT

Beyond the smartwatch: Canada finds its place in the Internet of Things http://www.theglobeandmail.com/technology/internet-of-things/article24668935/   When a category five tornado ripped through Moore, Okla., on May 20, 2013, John O’Rourke’s small crew of six workers found themselves in trouble. Mr. O’Rourke runs Calgary-based Sigit Automation, a small company that does IT work on oil and gas […]

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SensorSuite wins Innovation award at WaveFront IOT Summit in Ottawa

OTTAWA, May 5, 2015 –  SensorSuite Inc.®, a breakthrough Internet of Things (IoT) company that provides innovative wireless monitoring and energy saving solutions for multi-residential, commercial, and industrial buildings, won the Innovation award at Wavefront IOT Summit. SensorSuite pitched among 8 Canadian startups and came out on top, winning a $5,000 cash prize from Wavefront and […]

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SensorSuite™ S4 Wireless sensor hubs [photos]

Here’s a couple of beauty shots of our S4 wireless sensor hubs, as we prep for our big launch!

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Sneak peek of a new SensorSuite project we’re doing this morning on Tesla EV chargers

Sneak peek of a new SensorSuite project we're doing this morning @Teslamotors #evcharger #iot A photo posted by Robert Platek (@robstar) on Apr 27, 2015 at 10:53am PDT

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Clean Tech Stages A Comeback In The Smart Building Space

After the clean tech boom went bust, the industry seemed to disappear from the tech world’s focus as quickly as the billions of dollars that had been invested. But one sector — energy efficiency — has made a quick comeback with a little help from the Internet of Things. And the same investors that got burned before are rushing back to try their hand in a new […]

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