Finally, all the data points you need for a truly smart office.

Just Launched: CO2 & PIR sensors
Designed in Norway. Assembled in Germany.
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The world's smallest wireless sensors.

Disruptive Technologies (DT) has enhanced its smart sensor suite with new CO2 and PIR sensors, providing all the data points needed for truly safe, smart, and sustainable indoor spaces. These tiny, wireless, affordable, easy to use battery-operated sensors can be deployed almost anywhere and retrofitted to any space, making buildings and assets smart in minutes. Remotely monitor 1 room or 100 buildings, DT’s solutions scale with your needs.

  • Secure
    End-to-end encryption
Tiny, blend in anywhere
Easy install
Peel and stick anywhere
15 years of battery life
Plug & play
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Disruptive Technologies has enhanced its smart sensor suite with new CO2 and PIR sensors, providing all the data points needed for truly safe, smart, and sustainable indoor spaces. These tiny, wireless, affordable, easy to use battery-operated sensors can be deployed almost anywhere and retrofitted to any space, making buildings and assets smart in minutes.
Size matters. Here's why.

The only sensor suite you need.

Sensor - Temperature


Sensor - Touch


Sensor - Proximity


Sensor - Water


Sensor - Humidity


Wireless CO2 Sensor

The easiest way to monitor CO2 and create a healthy and productive environment. Retrofit your building with CO2 sensors and work in an environment with healthy air. Increase productivity levels and optimize your building’s energy use.

Wireless PIR Ceiling Sensor

The easiest way to understand space use and create an office people want to be in. Understand and predict how and when people are using their space. Adjust heating, cooling, and airflow to save energy.

Tiny Sensors, Huge Value

Each sensor blends into your environment and provides 500,000 datapoints.

The COVID-19 pandemic and the worrying effects of global warming means the world needs real solutions NOW more than ever - and DT’s IoT sensors and infrastructure are the answer.

Energy Efficiency & Sustainability

Workplace Health & Wellbeing

Desk Occupancy

Smart Cleaning

Feedback & Service


Realize your ROI in under a year

Think bigger with smaller

The system has resulted in reduced risk and has freed up the Facilities Team to concentrate their efforts on maintaining other parts of the building.
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Sensor technology provided insights that helped optimize and redesign the office space layout, increasing occupancy.
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Thousands of sensors were deployed within a few weeks into hundreds of locations, winning a Verdantix Smart Building Innovation Award.


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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How are the sensors powered?

DT Silicon is our proprietary application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC), custom-designed and optimized for low power sensing. While running in active mode with its sensors enabled, the DT Silicon consumes almost 100 times less energy than market-leading Bluetooth controllers do in Power Down mode.

This is made possible by a power management technology that includes ultra-low-power analog-digital-conversion circuitry, a custom-developed processor, and ultra-low-power oscillator and power management circuitry.

What kind of technology do the sensors use to communicate with the Cloud?

Devices communicate via SecureDataShot technology, our proprietary Sub-1 GHz wireless communication protocol made for creating a scalable network of sensors while maintaining security and using as little energy as possible. SecureDataShot is end-to-end encrypted and optimized for use with DT Silicon and tiny battery-enabled devices.

What is the ROI of deploying your sensor system?

Below is a general cost-benefit analysis of the deployment of sensor technology. The particular costs and benefits will depend on your use case and deployment.

Costs Benefits
  • Hardware
  • Software
  • Integration
  • Annual device subscription
  • New revenue streams
  • Reduction of operational costs and time spent on manual tasks
  • Cash flows stemming from increased sales and customer satisfaction
  • Improved employee health, wellbeing, and productivity
  • Huge sustainability and energy efficiency gains

Here are some gains from our customers who are using our sensors and partner solutions:

  • 600 liters per tap saved annually due to legionella compliance
  • 8.7 kWh of energy saved per year
  • 31% reduction in monthly electricity
  • 25% decrease in unnecessary tenant call-outs due to uncomfortable temperature
  • £1.25M saved in food inventory
  • 10,000 nurse hours saved per year.

For more tangible gains, view our testimonials and case studies.

Can your technology help my company's ESG goals?

Our sensors and partner solutions help operations, save costs, and make your buildings sustainable, safe, and efficient. A few easy steps make your spaces more sustainable. It is simple:

  • Collect data on temperature, occupancy, doors and windows, building use, and water waste.
  • Realize what is driving unnecessary energy spend.
  • Automate and optimize energy and resource use.
Sensor-driven decisions make your buildings sustainable, safe, and energy-efficient. They help increase equipment life & reduce e-waste, control temperature and energy use, optimize heat loss due to traffic, save water and energy, avoid damage caused by leaks and floods, and make space allocation decisions based on occupancy.
Are there privacy concerns with your sensor technology being used in the workplace?

In the context of COVID-19, sensor technology is being implemented to ensure social distancing, increase wellbeing & productivity, and optimize and validate cleaning schedules. The solution for a safer workplace relies on proximity, temperature, CO2, PIR and touch sensors.

A workplace retrofitted with sensors is data-driven and actionable towards mitigating COVID-19 risks concerning the return to the office. But no matter the benefits, sensor technology should in no way make employees feel uncomfortable. Employee privacy should not be sacrificed to ensure safety.

That expectation also falls in line with how our technology is designed: sensors are tiny and unobtrusive and data is anonymous. For example, the system will show cleaning staff that the bathroom has been used 10 times, but will give no indication of who used it. That’s the same for meeting room use and any ambient condition data that sensors gather.

Can anyone buy the sensors?

Yes, anyone can purchase Disruptive Technologies devices. The Sensor Starter Kit is the best way to get started to explore, plug and play.

If you are interested in bulk pricing or talking to a salesperson, you can get in touch with us here.

Meet us at Booth 51939.


Bengt Lundberg

Chief Executive Officer


Erik Færevaag 

Founder, CFO & Chief Strategy Officer


Pippa Boothman

VP Marketing & Communications

Uwe Klatt-modified

Uwe Klatt

VP Sales