Worldsensing launches new cloud software for connectivity management

Worldsensing launches new cloud software for connectivity management


Connectivity Management Tool boosts safety by helping engineers manage all deployed devices, data and networks more efficiently and cost-effectively 

Barcelona, Spain, 30 November 2020: Worldsensing has extended its market-leading monitoring network capabilities with the launch of a Loadsensing Connectivity Management Tool (CMT) for simplified remote device, data and network tracking. 


CMT by Loadsensing stores and processes near real-time data from geotechnical, geospatial and structural sensors connected to Loadsensing edge devices. The new addition to the Loadsensing connectivity portfolio sends information to the cloud. This means engineers can now get immediate, actionable information on critical assets without having to collect data from the field. 

CMT comes with two deployment models. With CMT Edge, information is stored and processed on premise within each Loadsensing gateway and all data is transmitted within a  single-gateway architecture.

With CMT Cloud, meanwhile, device, data and network management is carried out remotely via the cloud. This model uses a multi-gateway architecture so monitoring data remains available even if a gateway shuts down or is disconnected from the network.

Both models offer simple integration with third-party visualization tools from vendors such as IDS GeoRadar, Trimble and Vista Data Vision, allowing engineering consultants to use Loadsensing CMT as a seamless, end-to-end monitoring hub.  

“With CMT and especially CMT Cloud we are aiming to make life easier for our engineering partners by simplifying the whole process of device management, data collection and processing,” said Matthieu Laville, global sales director at Worldsensing. “Simpler operations also means safer operations.” 

CMT Cloud is already in use by some Worldsensing partners who use the software to provide a more seamless monitoring service to their customers. CMT is now commercially  available for project deployment to all 270 Worldsensing engineering partners. 

The software is being launched as Worldsensing increases its focus on industrial Internet of Things monitoring for critical infrastructures. Loadsensing is already the leading industrial monitoring solution in this sector and CMT with its cloud functionality aims to add further value to Loadsensing’s existing capabilities. 

“We are proud to be spearheading innovation in the critical infrastructure monitoring space with the launch of CMT and CMT Cloud,” said Bernat Trias, Worldsensing’s director of products. 

The coronavirus pandemic has demonstrated that it is vital to have robust and reliable remote monitoring capabilities to guarantee the integrity of structures such as dams, tunnels and bridges. 

“Software to manage connectivity such as CMT can not only make sure these infrastructures are safely monitored without having to travel out into the field, but can also greatly reduce the costs involved in monitoring.”

About Loadsensing by Worldsensing

Loadsensing is the leading industrial monitoring solution by IoT pioneer Worldsensing. Loadsensing enables near real-time data acquisition of geotechnical, geospatial and structural sensors as well as remote device, data and network management. 

Engineers and experts tasked with industrial asset monitoring can now capture sensor data through Loadsensing edge devices and send information to the cloud for 24/7 connectivity management. With over 1,000 network deployments connecting over 170,000 sensors around the globe, Loadsensing is rapidly becoming the new standard within industries such as mining, construction, and rail.


About Worldsensing

Worldsensing is a global IoT pioneer. Founded in 2008, the infrastructure monitoring expert serves customers in more than 70 countries, with a network of global partners to jointly drive safety in mining, construction, rail and structural health.

Worldsensing is headquartered in Barcelona and has a local presence in the UK, North and South America, Singapore, Australia and Poland. Investors include Cisco Systems, McRock Capital, ETF, Kibo Ventures, JME Ventures and Bentley Systems.


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