Smart sound sensors
Continuous monitoring on batteries, AI without cloud
ClapSens designs sound sensors with innovative features: continuous analysis on batteries, artificial intelligence (AI) without Internet, wireless
These features offer multiple benefits: simplified installation & maintenance, cost, security, privacy, energy savings
Consequently, new application can be developed by continuously analyzing ambient sounds and noises, thanks to our intelligent algorithms
Virtual remote control
Personal alert system
A technology platform to innovate
In the Internet of Things (IoT)
Multi-purpose sensors: very low power, analog and digital acquisition, multi-protocol wireless connectivity, sound location
Mobile applications: general public, data acquisition, configuration, maintenance
Software: numerical simulations, artificial intelligence algorithms
ClapSens was created in 2016, following patents in 2012 and prototypes developments. The innovation comes from a simple observation : remote controls for home automationa are frequently lost.
We originally developed a new concept requiring only two claps to communicate with many devices: one to be located, and another one in the direction of the device to control.
We had to develop particularly innovative sensors to materialize this idea. Indeed, easy to use and install products lead to strong hardware and software constraints.
Technology to the benefits of clients
Our vision is to offer simple solutions, easy to use and install. Likewise, we respect privacy and the environment.
Obviously, our philosophy differs from the house automation industry and its vocal assistants.
As an illustration, we transformed our original clap control concept which required 3 sensors.
Now, a single CS-Light sensor, simpler and more intelligent, is sufficient to control 2 or 3 devices.
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