"The only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven't found it yet, keep looking. Don't settle. As with all matters of the heart, you'll know when you find it." - Steve Jobs
Our platform is trusted by some of the world’s largest and most secure organisations in Europe, Australia, Asia, and North America.
Data produced by our systems can transform the efficiency of an organisation by providing insight into areas of waste that could not be achieved using traditional monitoring, control and automation systems.
All EpiSensor products are designed and manufactured in Ireland. We manufacture our products to the highest quality standards, with minimal impact on the environment. All EpiSensor plastics and electronics can be recycled.
EpiSensor is looking for talented, technology-focused people to join our team. We currently have a Sales Director position open in Limerick, Ireland. For more information, please contact us.
EpiSensor was founded in 2007 at the intersection of three new technology waves – wireless sensor networks, cloud computing, and mobile.
We set out to apply this new technology stack (known as the ‘Internet of Things’) to the world’s energy and efficiency problems. The company is led by an experienced management team who have grown multiple high-tech companies in the past.
EpiSensor’s has a world class engineering team based in Ireland. All EpiSensor products are designed by EpiSensor in Ireland. We have developed the ‘full chain’ of technology from sensor to server, so we can respond quickly to customer needs.
EpiSensor has contributed to many local and international research projects. Since 2014, we have been contributing to DEWI (Dependable Embedded Wireless Infrastructure) which is a $50M European Research Project.
In the past, we were a core member of the CLARITY Centre for Sensor Web Technologies. CLARITY was a partnership between University College Dublin, Dublin City University and Tyndall National Institute in Ireland that focused on two important research areas – Adaptive Sensing and Information Discovery. The project was launched on the 15th April 2008 with over €12M funding. There were over 100 full time researchers, and 10 core industrial partners.More Information