Eddyfi/NDT, a Canadian industrial technology company, has announced the acquisition of Senceive Ltd, a London-based company that specializes in the design, manufacturing, and continuous development of wireless condition monitoring technology for civil engineering applications. Senceive will become an independent company under Eddyfi/NDT and will continue to run under the Senceive brand.
Martin Theriault, CEO of Eddyfi/NDT recently said: “With the acquisition of Senceive, we are taking our first steps in infrastructure monitoring, a critical, dynamic and huge market powered by innovation and technological advances. The timing is perfect to increase focus on this sector – with the global pandemic clearly demonstrating the need to reduce site visits by using wireless remote monitoring solutions.” He further adds: “We see a great synergy between the test and inspection expertise within our business and the longer-term condition monitoring capability of Senceive”.
Furthermore, Senceive CEO, Graham Smith, said “Joining Eddyfi/NDT is an extremely exciting opportunity for everyone at Senceive, which will help us provide our users around the world with more innovation, new products and even better support”.
Eddyfi/NDT is a fast-growing, creative, and privately held industrial technology company that specializes in sophisticated medical solutions for monitoring the health of the world’s infrastructure. In sectors such as Civil Infrastructure, Energy, Rail, Mining, Aerospace, and Power Generation, the company represents asset owners, major manufacturing businesses, and utility providers globally. Eddyfi/NDT claims that using sensors, hardware, robots, and software to advance science and technology makes the environment more prosperous and healthier for humans, businesses, and nature. About 1,300 people work for the firm, which has 27 offices around the world and represents clients in over 110 countries. www.eddyfi-ndt.com eddyfi-ndt.com eddyfi-ndt
Senceive has pioneered the invention of intelligent wireless-enabled condition tracking for industrial applications in the IoT (Internet of Things) space since its inception in the research laboratories of University College London in 2005. Senceive’s experts were among the first to realize the enormous potential of easy-to-use, accurate, efficient, and long-life wireless remote monitoring, especially for demanding and risk-averse Civil Engineering, Rail, and Mining applications. Senceive has 60 employees and is involved in 40 countries.