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Legionella Risk Monitoring AI Sensor Solution Attracts New Investment

Legionella Risk Monitoring AI Sensor Solution Attracts New Investment
09 June 2022
 

A company that produces sensor devices to monitor the flow and temperature of any liquid has attracted new investment of £870,000.

InferSens, which monitors the risk of Legionella in water systems using a small sensor device, attracted the investment of RO Capital Partners, the Oxford Innovation EIS Growth Fund and Bruce Melizan, the former MD of Interserve’s support services division.

 

Reducing Waste for FMs

 

Historically, checking for Legionella has involved the manual monitoring of water outlets, whereas sensors such as InferSens, generate live data, for a fixed monthly fee charged per sensor.

Investor Bruce Melizan commented: “I’m extremely impressed by the InferSens team and their exceptional invention. Huge transformational opportunities are being unleashed by the power of AI and the IoT, and InferSens has grasped the full practical potential and developed a tiny and highly affordable smart sensor which has the power to massively improve the cost, efficiency, and compliance of a vital aspect of day-to-day FM operations - the control of Legionella bacteria in engineered water systems. I am very much looking forward to being a part of InferSens’ exciting journey.”

Picture: a photograph of the Infersens product. Image Credit: InferSens 

Article written by Ella Tansley | Published 09 June 2022

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