Sensoneo enables a world that is green, clean and free of litter
The Sensoneo solution for smart waste management was developed in 2014. Since then, this Slovakia-based (mid-European country & member of the EU) tech company has managed to make an incredible journey from highly demanding R&D, testing, and patenting processes to first installations, happy customers and global expansion.
The Sensoneo smart waste management solution is currently deployed in 137 locations on 5 different continents.
Sensoneo provides smart enterprise-grade waste management solutions for cities and businesses to cost-efficiently manage the waste lifecycle and improve the environment and well-being of people. Through its unique smart waste management technology, Sensoneo is redefining the way waste is managed. The solution combines in-house produced ultrasonic Smart Sensors that monitor waste in real-time with sophisticated software, providing cities and businesses with data-driven decision-making capabilities, and optimization of waste collection routes, frequencies and vehicle loads.
Sensoneo smart waste management has gained interest in cities and business around the world and the solution has been installed in numerous locations across Europe, North America, South America, Middle East, Australia and New Zealand.
The company became a Startup Awards 2015 finalist and was nominated for the Via Bona 2016 award in the Green Company category, and the IT project of the year in the IT GALA 2016 poll. Sensoneo also received the Golden Ant 2016 award in the Innovative Solution category, Mission award 2017 for working on innovations that tackle important social challenges, Innovation of the Year award 2017 from Ministry of Economy and prestigious Microsoft Award in Public administration & Smart city category. In April 2019, Sensoneo became winner of Innovation World Cup Series’ Smart Territories Challenge, that took place in Paris as part of the BIM World Paris, the world leading event for digital transformation in construction, real estate industry and urban planning.