WASHINGTON, DC – Disruptive Technologies, creator of the wireless mini-sensor, has been named a Cool Vendor in IoT ‘Thingification’ in a report by Gartner, Inc. In the report, Gartner recognizes companies that are innovative and impactful, bringing connected intelligence to the most remote or low-value assets.
According to Gartner, “The Internet of Things (IoT) is all about creating active endpoints from objects that were previously passive. While cars, mobile phones, and watches might be the obvious candidates for value-added connectivity, it is now economically and logistically possible to connect (thingify) just about anything, enabling new business models and greater insight into operational characteristics.”
Disruptive’s breakthrough sensing solution helps companies overcome obstacles to IoT adoption by lowering costs and improving scalability:
Disruptive’s simple design, long battery life, and extensible architecture reduce total cost of ownership.
The direct connection between sensor and cloud eliminates weak points in the security architecture.
Up to a million sensors can connect through a single Cloud Connector, minimizing installation costs and security concerns.
“We believe Gartner’s recognition is further validation of our vision to help customers find answers everywhere,” says Disruptive Technologies’ CEO Erik Fossum Færevaag. “By making it simple and scalable to install thousands of mini-sensors, businesses can save energy, predict maintenance, and optimize operations.”
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About Disruptive Technologies
Disruptive Technologies is a rapidly growing innovator in the IoT market and developer of the world’s smallest wireless sensors. Our sensing solution based on these mini-sensors simplifies data collection and delivers the data securely to our partners’ analytics programs in the cloud. We enable leading-edge companies to build smart solutions for Industry 4.0, commercial real estate, retail, food service and safety, and connected living applications.