Netsens Srl was established in November 2004, as the winner of the Contest for the best spin-off proposal issued by the City Administration and University of Florence.
The Company is active in the area of remote monitoring systems and data communication.
The headquarters are located at Osmannoro, Sesto Fiorentino, where the engineering, production and testing departments can be found.
Its products are based on proprietary wireless and TCP/IP over GPRS communication technologies. .
Netsens markets in the European and North African areas and has a commercial office in Egypt.
The Company’s major customers include leading companies such as, Autostrade per l’Italia SpA, Rete Ferroviaria Italiana, and eni SpA.
In the area of viticulture monitoring, major customers include some of the Italian grand cru. Netsens is also involved in National/International projects with public/private Research Centres.
Netsens’ products cover wide application areas; in the area of precision agriculture main applications concern microclimatic parameters analysis, water management, physiological plant parameter monitoring and chemical treatments. The Company has also developed innovative technologies for both environmental monitoring of hazardous sites and traffic monitoring.
Netsens offers a wide range of modular solutions either for the professional market or for the high-end consumer market, thanks to the integration of proprietary communication GPRS/UMTS platforms with Wireless Sensor Network architectures. Netsens’ products can be easily installed and operated anywhere and do not require any fixed communication infrastructure or power supply, whatsoever.
Netsens’ commitment in a large number of research projects has contributed to develop the company’s know-how and to implement products based on state-of-the art technologies for leading corporate and Research Institutions.
One of Netsens’ points of strength is the capacity to design hi-tech end-to-end applications, thanks to competencies encompassing a wide range of expertise, ranging from Informatics to Electronics, from software applications to communication systems, also including sensor technology.