At SensorUp, we tear down the silos that separate data from insightful intelligence, helping organizations to predict their future by examining the present.
We work with people who are responsible for large, physical operations—usually distributed across vast geographical locations. Today most of our customers work in oil and gas, public safety, logistics, and the military.
We help them collect, clean and aggregate their IoT data so they can examine and analyze it across all aspects of their business. With this type of granular insight—observed in real time—they can locate and direct railcars across the continent, save people and property while limiting risks to responders, empower military personnel to make the right decisions in the moment, and ensure no drop of oil is wasted.
Authored by SensorUp, used by all
The idea behind SensorUp was born when data collection from connected devices was in its infancy. It was the wild west of IoT data and our founder Steve Liang was one of the first visionaries in this space. He quickly recognized that this emerging technology needed consistency and structure, especially in how IoT devices, data, and applications connect.
SensorUp was founded in 2012, as Steve and his colleagues established a framework and developed the international standard specification for providing an open and unified way to interconnect IoT devices, data, and applications over the internet. Today the OGC Sensor Things API is a military-grade set of standards that is being adopted by NATO, the United Nations, Department of Homeland Security and other organizations around the world
If you enjoy solving complex problems and thinking outside the box, check out Careers at SensorUp
Data: An untapped resource for industrial companies
Watch this webinar to hear how traditional industries can take a strategic approach to their data for more rapid ROI.Watch now
SensorUp Sustainability Series: How to make use of the international methane data sharing standard for your business
Watch this on-demand webinar to learn how disparate sensor technology and data sources can be combined to create a solution that will not only detect, but also help to predict future methane leaks.Watch now
Empowering connected workers of the future: AI for improved efficiency, safety and job satisfaction
Learn how you can empower your connected workforce to make better decisions, improve their overall job satisfaction and drive efficiencies beyond imagination.Watch now