Checkit in Cambridge has unveiled the integration of the world’s smallest sensors into its technology offering for intelligent operations.
Checkit has entered a strategic partnership to integrate Norwegian company Disruptive Technologies’ sensor hardware into its intelligent operations platform.
The technology will bring ultra-smart buildings into play across a range of industry sectors from care homes to High Streets.
The Checkit platform enables healthcare, hospitality and retail organisations to digitise their deskless operations and capture and analyse data to drive continuous improvement, productivity, cost reduction and compliance.
Using digital workflows and sensors, Checkit provides business leaders with real-time insight into the activity of their staff, equipment and buildings.
Checkit’s partnership with Disruptive Technologies will enable the Checkit platform to harness the power of the world’s smallest wireless IoT sensors by using the data to capture critical insights about building facilities, equipment and assets.
The partnership expands the scope of Checkit’s smart buildings capabilities, beginning with the roll-out of automated legionella monitoring and prevention.
The Checkit platform and IoT ecosystem provide leaders with real-time visibility over buildings and infrastructure no matter where they are. Data-driven insights alert frontline personnel to safety and efficiency problems before they occur, enabling cost savings, smarter allocation of engineering resources and greater confidence.
Kit Kyte, CEO of Checkit, says: “The Checkit platform provides an unrivalled end-to-end solution for business leaders looking to solve their operational challenges. Integrating additional IoT sensors, such as those from Disruptive Technologies, into our platform will provide business leaders with even more opportunities to quickly deploy and scale operational insight in a secure and trusted environment.
“We’re thrilled to partner with Disruptive Technologies and to jointly modernise deskless operations through the use of automated workflows, sensors and data analytics.”
Bengt Johannes Lundberg, CEO of Disruptive Technologies, added: “We bring the world’s smallest wireless sensors and turn any indoor space into a smart
“Partnering with an intelligent operations provider like Checkit supports our strategy of giving customers access to the data they need to make more safe, smart and sustainable operations.
“Our innovative sensors, data and strategic relationships will continue to provide our customers with the insights they need to continuously improve the way they work, now and into the future.”
Checkit is headquartered in Cambridge with its operations centre in Fleet, UK, and a US office in Florida. The company has over 190 employees.