Small DT wireless IoT sensors can transform any building into an intelligent building quickly, easily and at an affordable price. And this is just one way in which they are changing the world by bringing wireless IoT sensor solutions where it was never possible before.

IoT Breakthrough, a leading market intelligence organization that recognizes the best companies, technologies and products in the global Internet of Things (IoT) market, announced today that Disruptive Technologies (DT), the creator of the world’s smallest wireless sensors , has been recognized as the “Company of the Year with IoT Sensors” in the 6th annual IoT Progress Awards program.

DT has developed the world’s smallest industrial-scale IoT sensors, creating a small, efficient, powerful and adaptable sensor system capable of reaching an increasing number of operational components.

DT Wireless Sensors and IoT Infrastructure are plug-and-play, end-to-end encoded, and combine easy installation, zero maintenance, and battery life into one solution. The sensors are easily installed with industry scale adhesives and have a battery life of up to 15 years. Their small size, which allows them to climb anywhere, ensures that any building or asset becomes smart in minutes, without breaking down and replacing old systems.

“Internet of Things technology is expensive, limited and difficult to deploy. “Building the world by rebuilding old buildings into smart buildings has never been more important than now to reduce their carbon footprint and make buildings healthier and more productive for those inside,” said James Johnson, director manager in IoT Breakthrough. “DT’s small IoT wireless sensors can transform any building into an intelligent building quickly, easily and at an affordable price. And this is just one way in which they are changing the world by bringing wireless IoT sensor solutions where it was never possible before. Congratulations Disruptive Technologies on our selection for the ‘IoT Sensors Company of the Year’.

The mission of the IoT Breakthrough Awards program is to recognize innovators, leaders and visionaries from around the world in a range of IoT categories, including industrial and enterprise IoT, smart city technology, home and connected home automation, connected car and many others. . This year’s program attracted more than 3,850 nominations from companies from around the world.

“Thank you IoT Breakthrough for this tremendous award. In 2013, we saw an opportunity for a major constructive disruption. “We believe that our small wireless sensors represent a breakthrough in the IoT market because they have been able to do what others could not – to democratize smart building technology,” said Bengt Lundberg, CEO of Disruptive Technologies. “Not only are they easy to use and scalable, but you no longer need to have the technical expertise to install or integrate them. You also do not need to be a multi-billion dollar corporation to reap the benefits. The exciting new world of smart building is now accessible to anyone and every organization in the world. ”

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About IoT Advancement

Part of Progress Tech, a leading intelligence and market recognition platform for global innovation and technology leadership, the IoT Breakthrough Awards program is dedicated to honoring excellence in technologies, services, companies and Internet of Things products. The IoT Breakthrough Awards program provides a forum for public recognition about the achievements of IoT companies and products in categories including Home and Affiliate Automation, Connected Car, Industrial IoT (IIoT) and Smart City, Consumer IoT and more. . For more information visit IoTBreakthrough.com.

About disruptive technologies

Founded in 2013, Disruptive Technologies (DT) is a Norwegian technology company and award-winning developer of the world’s smallest wireless sensors and IoT infrastructure. These small, efficient, powerful and adaptable sensors are the best in the world and created to achieve an increasing number of operational components, making buildings intelligent and durable in minutes. Learn more at disruptive-technologies.com

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