Stick-n-Sense is a French company operating worldwide in the field of Energy Efficiency and aiming to:
- Design, develop and industrialize measurement technologies
- Provide licenses for these technologies
- Commercialize solutions embedding these technologies
The Stick-n-Sense technology is based on micro-sensors to be installed on individuals Modular Circuit Breakers of an electrical Panel Board. These micro-sensors deliver in real time magnetic and thermal signals representative of the circuit breaker activity, in particular the current flowing through it as well as its temperature. These measurements are then sent to our dedicated servers (hosted in France) with total data privacy.
The algorithms developed to process the raw data are using advanced signal processing techniques. This technology, both innovative and non-intrusive, is protected by several patents in France and various other countries.
Our commercial solution PanelWatch®, based on this Stick-n-Sense technology, provides a real time monitoring of the Panel Boards activity: main energy consumption by usage, temperature and health status of the circuit breakers. It contributes to the Energy Efficiency of the end-users.
- 50 k€
The Inovadea Company, via its “Greenstick” solution, is our integrator partner in France. Several sites have been equipped in different fields of activity: fast food restaurants, shops, offices, etc. In fast food restaurants, up to 10 to 15% of energy savings have been observed thanks to this solution.
Until 2021, Stick-n-Sense, originally established in Hong Kong, worked with a local commercial and manufacturing partner who helped to deploy the technology in about fifty installations in Asia. During this period of time, Stick-n-Sense has also experimented the technology in other countries like USA, Panama, Spain, Italy, Australia and China.
Address25 impasse Belle Lame
83390 - Pierrefeu-du-Var - France
Intervention domainsEnergy efficiency - Eco-management - Energy efficiency
Certifications, labels or price
We have worked with the INSEN (in Toulon) as well as with a researcher and teacher and his trainees from the Marseille IUT GEII and the IM2NP lab.
We also work to launch the process of certifications for industrial standards in connection with electrical safety.