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Headquarters

France

Founded Year

2017

Total Funding

$4.8M

Employees

11 - 50

Status

Active


About Wattsense

Wattsense is a technology company that builds IT infrastructure for property management. Businesses of every size—from new startups to public companies—use their hardware and software to deploy applications in facilities.

Headquarters

Villefranche-sur-saône, France


General Information on Wattsense

Brand name Wattsense
Company name Wattsense
Website https://wattsense.com/
Founded year 2017
Employees 11 - 50
Contact [email protected]
+33428298349

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Industrie.de 19.10.2021
Siemens Smart Infrastructure übernimmt IoT-Startup Wattsense

Plug-and-Play-fähiges IoT-Managementsystem für kleine und mittelgroße Gebäude anbietet – eine gute Ergänzung für das Gebäudeprodukt-Portfolio von Siemens, heißt es in einer Pressemitteilung. Wattsense wurde 2017 gegründet, der Sitz des Unternehmens befindet sich in Dardilly bei Lyon (Frankreich). Wattsense bietet eine IoT-Lösung zum technischen Management von kleinen und mittelgroßen Gebäuden an. Mit ihr können Gebäude Energiemanagement-Angebote ...

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IoT Design 15.10.2021
Siemens übernimmt Wattsense

Das Startup kann das technische Management von kleinen und mittelgroßen Gebäuden mit einer führenden IoT-Lösung verbessern, welche Einfachheit und Interoperabilität kombiniert. Dadurch wird die Einführung von Energiemanagementangeboten in Objekten mit wenig oder gar keiner Gebäudemanagementsystemtechnologie ermöglicht. Gleichzeitig werden die Anforderungen von Gebäudefachleuten nach Effizienz und Nachhaltigkeit erfüllt. Wattsense senkt die ...

Publicnow IT 14.10.2021
Verdantix Ltd. Siemens' Acquisition Of Wattsense Hints At A Technological Revolution For Small Commercial Buildings

On 6th October 2021, Siemens announced the acquisition of France-headquartered Wattsense, an IoT platform provider that targets small and medium-sized commercial buildings (SMBs). This comes only six months after Wattsense announced a technological partnership with Schneider Electric to offer a simple building management system (BMS) for smaller commercial buildings. Siemens intends to use this acquisition to expand the reach of its building ...

Global Legal Chronicle 13.10.2021
Siemens' Acquisition of Wattsense

Orsan Avocats advised Wattsense with a team including David Sebban (Corporate M&A). Read the full article on Global Legal Chronicle France

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SecurityWorldMarket 11.10.2021
Siemens boosts IoT capabilities with Wattsense acquisition

Wattsense optimises the technical management of small and mid-size buildings with a leading IoT solution that combines simplicity and interoperability. It enables the adoption of energy management practices in facilities with little or no building management system technology, meeting the needs of building professionals seeking efficiency and sustainability. Lowering entry barriers while keeping capital expenditures low, Wattsense allows ...

Electrical Review 11.10.2021
Siemens bolsters its smart buildings division with acquisition of Wattsense

Wattsense is the developer of a plug-and-play IoT management system that has been specifically engineered for small and mid-size businesses. That gives Siemens Smart Infrastructure more breadth, with the firm mostly targeting larger, more tech-centric businesses up until now.Founded in 2017 near Lyon, France, Wattsense optimises the technical management of small and mid-size buildings with an IoT solution that promises both simplicity and ...

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Ted Mag 08.10.2021
Siemens Acquires Wattsense

Wattsense optimizes the technical management of small and mid-size buildings with a leading IoT solution that combines simplicity and interoperability. It enables the adoption of energy management practices in facilities with little or no building management system technology, meeting the needs of building professionals seeking efficiency and sustainability. Lowering entry barriers while keeping capital expenditures low, Wattsense allows ...

Publicnow IT 06.10.2021
Siemens France Holding SAS Siemens acquiert Wattsense pour dynamiser la mise en œuvre des systèmes IoT dans les bâtiments de petite et moyenne taille

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Cercle Finance 06.10.2021
Siemens: acquires the French startup Wattsense

Based in Lyon, Wattsense offers an innovative plug-and-play system dedicated to the IoT management of small and medium-sized buildings, optimising the technical management of these sites.For example, Wattsense enables better practical energy management in buildings (schools, offices, warehouses, retail stores, etc.) via a connection to the cloud and a software-as-a-service (SaaS) model.Siemens Smart Infrastructure currently has a portfolio of ...

Enterprise IoT Insights 06.10.2021
Siemens targets smart buildings, smart factories with Wattsense buy, Zscaler tieup

buildings, including schools, offices, warehouses and retail. Meanwhile, it has announced a deal with US cloud security company Zscaler to secure IT/OT crossover between smart factories and corporate/home offices. The acquisition of Wattsense by the German outfit's smart infrastructure division expands its building automation products portfolio outside of the large corporate real estate market. Wattsense will remain a standalone business unit ...

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