IoT company gains business network recognition

Senseye gains accolade as a company to watch in the Internet of Things with its cloud-based prognostics and condition monitoring software.

PROGNOSYS infrastructure-free prognostics and condition monitoring system provider, Senseye, has been selected as ‘One to Watch’ by the prestigious Business Leaders Network IoT Forum.

With ambitious growth plans building upon impressive early traction, Senseye has been highlighted as one of the brightest emerging startups in the Internet of Things industry. The IoT Forum is a two day conference held on the 9th and 10th of March with an audience of the key people in Global IoT in attendence. Investors, Corporates, and Entrepreneurs fill the auditorium in Robinson College, Cambridge for two days of stripping the hype from the Internet of Things, and actually doing business in it.

Alexander Hill, Co-founder of Senseye commented, “We’re excited to be recognised for the work we are doing, helping manufacturers to reduce machine failure by using the Industrial Internet of Things and our prognostics and condition monitoring software PROGNOSYS. We’re looking forward to presenting and hearing from other IoT startups”.

Joe Glover, Marketing Manager for the IoT Forum said, “This year, we’re delighted to announce Senseye are part of this lineup. By being part of the Ones to Watch Showcase in 2016, Senseye join the likes of Concirrus, Sigfox and Privitar who have all recently raised multi million pound funding rounds. Being One to Watch is a powerful signal to the industry that Senseye is a company to monitor closely in the coming years.”

Senseye is currently running a pilot of its software, providing a zero-cost trial of its PROGNOSYS cloud-based software for a period of three months, enabling manufactures to prove its value. The company is currently accepting applications to join the pilot on a first-come-first served basis.

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