No village too remote
SweetSense Inc measures impact in global health programmes, and its technology has been used in 15 countries across government, non-profit and for-profit applications in water, sanitation, energy and infrastructure. It’s used to both study the performance and use of interventions, as well as to improve service delivery in developing countries. The small size and low power consumption, along with ease of integration and deployment make it an ideal platform for monitoring and reporting many types of data.
SWEETSense™ consists of a low-power, cellular or satellite enabled fully integrated instrument customised for installation in community and household level environmental service interventions. Key features include distributed processing between hardware and the internet cloud, and remote automated recalibration and reconfiguration.
Last updated: 31st of August, 2016