People with the
passion to
reinvent the world

“Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower”

Steve Jobs

Some of us a get up at the break of dawn every morning to go cycling, dreaming of one day being able to ride in the Tour de France.

Others dream of hiking the Pacific Northwest Trail from Montana to Washington. A trail of 1,200 miles.

And then there are some who have always wanted to found and build companies, ever since they were teenagers.

What makes Worldsensers tick is the ability to dream big, the will to work hard to accomplish it and the mindset to have as much fun as possible along the way.

We are a group of people from around the world who share the ability to constantly innovate, iterate, and interact.

We may not be able to reinvent the world from one day to the next. But we are persistent, open-minded, and willing to learn from our mistakes – to envision what others have not even begun to dream about yet.

“We believe in building a team for the future.
We invest in our employees so they stay with us for years to come.”
Ignasi Vilajosana, CEO and Co-Founder

Have you got what it takes?

If you enjoy re-thinking how the world works, are a hands-on, creative individual who likes sharing ideas and learning from other people, then join our growing, international team of creators, explorers, and ponderers.

Our company has been labeled as one of the organizations actively shaping the Smart City eco-system and pioneering the Industrial Internet.

About us

  • We have been around since 2008
  • We are a leader in the Internet of Things
  • We love to experiment with new technologies
  • We have customers in 40+ countries across 5 continents
  • We come from 10+ countries and speak 12 languages
  • We are a team of 55+ and grow bigger every month
  • 9 of us have PhDs, mainly in engineering and physics
  • We love BBQs and team lunches

Working for Worldsensing is challenging, in a positive way. We always take on new, innovative projects and get to use the latest technology. It´s impossible to get bored.

Mikel Martinez, Hardware Designer