From an era of gateways, PLCs, and VPNs to a plug & play connectivity service.


Managed device to connect all equipment in all buildings.

  • Easy and fast to install.
    Anyone can do it.
  • Telemetry and commands.
    Collect data and control equipment.
  • Smart converter.
    Unify field communication protocols.
  • Web-connected.
    Connect automatically to the cloud with 4G or ethernet.
  • Powerful IoT device.
    Combines the functions of a gateway, a PLC, a modem and an edge device.
  • Non-intrusive and durable.
    Install it, remove it, repeat. It follows your contracts.
  • Edge computing.
    Host user plug-ins for local automation (under development).
  • Your own brand.
    Available as white-label product.
Wattsense Box

The building has a BMS?

The Box connects to the primary bus of the BMS as a third party.

There is no BMS?

A BMS network can be created from the Box.

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  • CPU: 528MHz ARM Cortex A7
  • Memory: 256MB DDR3 SDRAM
  • Storage: 256MB NAND Flash
  • 12V-24V DC power input
  • Consumption: 5W
  • Size: 160 x 110 x 55 mm
  • Weight: 340g


  • 4G modem, antenna & SIM
  • 863MHz to 928MHz radio module
  • 2x Ethernet
  • 2x RS485
  • 1x RS232
  • 2x USB
  • 1x KNX TP1
  • 1x M-Bus
  • 1x LPB/BSB
  • 1x Pulse counter


  • Secure Linux Yocto distribution
  • Numerous integrated drivers for buses, protocols and building equipment
  • Equipment discovery over BACnet and LonTalk
  • Complete remote and automated configuration
  • Secure server communication over WebSocket (MQTT under development)
  • Secure automatic software updates


  • LoRaWAN 1.0
  • Modbus TCP/IP
  • Modbus RTU
  • BACnet IP
  • LON IP-852
  • LON FT10
  • LPB
  • Diematic
  • BACnet MSTP
  • M-Bus
  • KNX
  • Many more to come: WM-Bus, OPC, etc.

Cloud Service

On-demand building connectivity service for app deployment at scale.

  • Digitize your clients assets.
    Save on-site trips and deliver new added value services to your clients.
  • Connection wizard.
    Setup in minutes your local network. Reduce drastically your integration cost and speed-up your deployment pace.
  • 4G communication included.
    Trouble-free internet connectivity.
  • Instant access.
    Basic interface with data dashboard and control panel.
  • Connect your apps in no time.
    RESTful API and MQTT connector available.
  • Monitor and manage your fleet of Boxes.
    Minimal maintenance cost of your deployment.
  • Fully configurable.
    Set properties, frequencies, access rights, and more.
  • Manage events and alarms.
    Configure alerts and delivery channels.
  • Defense in-depth.
    Continuous securisation of the Box fleet and the cloud service.

Wattsense cloud service is an abstraction layer which relieves smart building developers from a series of contingencies, boosting their productivity and streamlining the design of their apps.

Basic instrumentation

Basic instrumentation

The cloud service monitors the health of the network of Boxes, and provides programmatic options to notify relevant parties. Those statistics are compiled and made available to a sysadmin audience on the side of the apps.

Box versioning

Box versioning

The Boxes evolve (they have to), which lead to multi-version support challenge. The cloud service abstracts away the diversity to present a unified vision of the Boxes, irrespective of their original version.

Defense in-depth

Defense in-depth

Proactive maintenance of the IoT fleet driven by the cloud service to safeguard the Boxes from being turned into a botnet.

Event-driven data layer

Event-driven data layer

The stream of events/notifications produced by the Boxes is typically not suitable to be consumed as such. The cloud service provides a consolidation of those data into an event store, which ensures reliable access to historical data, as well as querying capabilities (per Box, building, time interval, etc.).

Reliable networking

Reliable networking

Reaching the Boxes is abstracted away. The service is always on to receive the notifications from the Boxes, even if the app itself is not. It relieves the apps from timeouts and retries policies which are required when trying to establish a direct connection to a Box.

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