Our Mission. . .
Our mission is to improve transparency, accountability, and cost-effectiveness of remote water, energy, and infrastructure projects to improve health and quality of life.
Internet of Broken Things®
One Technology. Many Applications.
"Internet of Things" sensors are an innovative method to ensure the success of projects around the globe.
Rather than infrequent engagement, remote monitoring systems ensure that community benefits are maintained through continuous secure feedback.
Low Cost Monitoring Solutions
Connect anything anywhere in the world
With hundreds of SweetSense units deployed in 12 countries, the SweetSense technology is the only robust fully-integrated, compact, low-powered, high resolution data acquisition system on the market specifically targeting the $40 billion annual global development market. SweetSense is used on applications including water pumps, water filters, cookstoves, and latrines, with cellular or satellite based reporting to https://www.sweetsense.space/SweetData where user and performance data is analyzed and graphed online in near-real time.
Our Customers and Partners
The World Bank is an international financial institution that provides financial and technical assistance to developing countries for development projects and poverty reduction initiatives.
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The SWEETSense technology package incorporates commercially available front-end sensors and a comparator circuit board. This board samples data at a high rate and sends logged events directly to the internet through GSM or Wi-Fi. Data processing and visualization are supported by the internet-based software program, known as SWEETData.
The SWEETSense technology is adaptable for various applications, such as remote monitoring of water, sanitation, energy, infrastructure solutions, and more. By utilizing distributed in-situ sensors for remote monitoring, it provides valuable evidence for informing the sector and the public about the impacts and challenges of aid projects.
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