Utopi’s building sensor aimed at European market
Utopi’s device monitors a building’s performance
An early stage developer of a sensor that silently measures how a building is performing is turning its attention to the European market.
The device, developed by Utopi in Hamilton, provides real-time information such as humidity, ambient light, noise and CO2 levels in individual rooms and shared spaces.
Over time, the data can be used to show a full “service history” for property assets, making them more valuable to investors and asset managers, as well as boosting sustainability.
It is applicable to a range of managed residential properties – from rented apartments and student accommodation to care homes. Property owners and managers can access data from hundreds of individual rooms or apartments through a dashboard and identify any issues.