Digital Transformation

Senseware Joins Siemens Connect Ecosystem

Siemens and Senseware, Inc. today announced that Senseware has joined the growing Siemens Connect Ecosystem – a network that brings together experts in software development, IT, cybersecurity, remote and digital services, and business intelligence.

Senseware is bringing scalable IoT platform solutions to the Siemens Connect Ecosystem, beginning with wireless Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) solutions for in-demand commercial and industrial applications. Senseware’s modular IoT architecture rapidly integrates leading-edge IAQ sensors, far outpacing the industry. Siemens and Sensware customers will benefit from the latest technology from sensor manufacturers, which are innovating at breakneck speed to address current challenges such as the coronavirus pandemic.

“This partnership means that buildings in the Siemens Connect Ecosystem can easily integrate with Senseware technology. Our data and analytics dashboard gives you a real-time picture of exactly what is happening in your physical world. That results in more informed decision-making, safer environments, and thousands of dollars in cost savings,” shares Dr. Serene Almomen, CEO and Co-Founder of Senseware.

The Siemens Ecosystem pulls together the tools, processes, training, and support necessary for third-party solution providers to successfully create solutions that integrate seamlessly with Siemens’ platforms, including its Building Management System Desigo CC, the APOGEE Automation System, and related platforms.

“As more and more connected devices enable us to deliver on the promises of a truly intelligent building, organizations must be able to adapt quickly and advance smart building operations and performance. The Siemens Connect Ecosystem is our answer to this digital transformation, which lets us all create places perfectly designed for their purpose,” says Brad Haeberle, VP of Solutions and Service at Siemens.

Senseware’s scalable IoT Platform will deliver real-time IAQ data seamlessly to the Siemens Connect Ecosystem via web API. The integration will enable new forms of building management and automation, fulfilling the promise of true smart buildings. Senseware’s expertise goes beyond leading-edge IAQ data, and can be expanded to all forms of mechanical, electrical and plumbing data that are inaccessible to the building management system.

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