Market Buzz curated by Sensative

Market Buzz curated by Sensative

The 2020 guide to Indoor Air Quality Monitoring (IAQ)

This document is for operations personnel and businesses new to indoor air quality monitoring. It breaks down a range of common concerns and recommends practical, low-cost solutions that companies implement and offer to their customers.

From reduced productivity to getting sick to ultimately becoming indisposed 一 there’s a common thread to it all, and it has a cost. Investing in understanding IAQ is an investment in your people and data around how a building serves them, with a substantial ROI.

Sensative Strips for LoRaWAN is one of the recommended sensors in this report by Norada Corporation.

…Our engineers loved working with Sensative’s devices…

– Zander Iles, Partner Manager at Norada Corporation

”Viktigaste beslutet var att ha kvar sälj på 100 procent” |

Pandemin är långt ifrån över men nu har ekonomin under en tid visat tecken på återhämtning. Efterfrågan ökar, produktionen vänder

Sensatives VD Mats Pettersson svarar på frågor om hur Sensative påverkats av pandemin och hur vi hanterar det.

Scandinavian medium-sized cities approach to IoT | by Benjamin Daix | Sep, 2020 | Medium

When mentioning smart cities one often visualises, for instance, NYC, Singapore, Seoul etc. Actually, small and medium cities are not behind in this respect, and their customised approach can contribute to a relevant deployment and use of IoTs, such as Lund in Sweden.

Benjamin Daix takes a look at medium size Smart Cities and highlights Lund in Sweden and the extended partnership with Sensative.


A smart metropolis, like London or Amsterdam, is so powerful in terms of finance, economic sectors, so we expect much more from them. Therefore, I consider the initiatives of smaller towns more appealing, as they are able to capitalize their local assets because the system they create is paradoxically more replicable and engages their citizens.

This bottom-up way, starting from the roots of the pain points, ensures that the innovations developed will actually be used and creates the positive externalities politically and economically.

Here’s How Your Property Management Software Determines Your Tech Stack | Propmodo

Choosing the right ERP solution is more important than choosing the right add-on technology.

…There are plenty of listicles out there giving their recommendations for the best at X, be it marketing, operational optimization, energy efficiency, or tenant experience improvement. There’s a catch, though. Based on the property management software you’ve chosen to run with, many of your tech choices might already be made up for you…

So, maybe you should actually choose the best platform for integrating it all, including all the new IoT, AI, etc. Letting you freely choose the best SW and supplier for a specific task, knowing that it will actually work with your legacy technology, just because you have Sensative’s Yggio bridging it all.