Our sensor system contributes to sustainable buildings

With the into® technology, we help our customers in documenting and meeting the increasingly strict environmental requirements associated with the construction and operation of buildings. The sensor system contributes to better energy efficiency and lower carbon emissions. Additionally, it serves as a decision-making tool for companies in managing building portfolios by allowing them to document dry buildings and thereby extend the lifespan of critical structural components.


Sensor Innovation serves both public and private actors, providing consulting and data analysis services for buildings. In many cases, we or our distributors are contracted as subcontractors for the contractor (or developer) to assist in coordinating the installation phase, ensuring the system becomes operational as quickly as possible and the installation is carried out correctly.

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Integration of Moisture Sensors for BREEAM Certification

BREEAM NOR is a Norwegian adaptation of the international BREEAM system, used to assess and certify the sustainability of construction projects in Norway. The certification covers a range of categories to evaluate the environmental, social, and economic sustainability of a building or development project, including energy use, materials, waste, ecological values, and health and indoor environment.


Climate and environmental considerations must be weighted at least 30% in public procurement

The new rule positions Sensor Innovation and our system in a key role in promoting an active and concrete measure for sustainable development.

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Sensor Innovation is working towards a zero vision for moisture damage in buildings. With our sensor system monitoring moisture and temperature conditions in building materials, building owners and facility managers gain a powerful tool to detect and manage moisture damage in real-time. This helps preserve the structural integrity and aesthetic value of buildings, while reducing the risk of health problems associated with mold and moisture-related air quality issues.

By combining advanced technology with tailored consultancy and support, our customers can make proactive choices to achieve dry and healthy building environments that meet the highest standards of quality and sustainability.


How Are BREEAM Assessments Scored?

BREEAM assessments are carried out by a BREEAM Assessor who marks a building or project based on 10 different sustainability categories. Each of these BREEAM assessment categories has a number of credits allocated to it and the overall score is the sum of these.

For a building to achieve the highest possible score it must achieve credits in all BREEAM Assessment categories:


How energy efficient is a building? How much energy usage or wastage is there?


How well is a building or project managed? Are there sustainability focused management policies in place?


How much water does a construction project require? How much water does the building require to remain operational?


How much waste is produced by a construction project? Where does the waste end up?



How much pollution results from the building? How can pollution be limited or removed entirely?