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Connecting every surface of the smart building to the cloud

LAIIER seamlessly integrates intelligence where costly events are likely to occur by transforming coatings into connected sensors.

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A smart surface platform addressing critical use cases in the smart building, starting with water

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Water
Monitor leaks, level, and moisture with peel and stick tapes and stickers that deliver critical alerts to the cloud.
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Occupancy
Count and track occupants in spaces with a retrofittable flooring underlayment that works with any flooring type.
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Touchless Interfaces
Seamless, hygienic interaction and cleaning monitoring for elevators, building controls, white goods, and more.
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Future Applications
LAIIER has built a roadmap of new functions and use cases across the smart building.
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Surface to Cloud™️ Connectivity

LAIIER connects coated surfaces to digital infrastructure through a LoRa network that is highly expandable, energy-efficient, and secure. The LoRa standard is well-established in smart cities and infrastructure applications.

Multiple sensors and sensor types are mounted across a site, commutating wirelessly. Data is aggregated through a local gateway that transmits to the internet. The system presents sensor data on a dashboard available via PC, tablet, or phone, sending critical alerts and performance information to allocate maintenance and repair resources.

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Dynamically Functional Surfaces™️

Our printed sensor platform is based on our patented Dynamically Functional Surface™️ technology, which covers more area, with a higher resolution, with easier integration at a significantly lower cost than existing technologies.

We transform surfaces into sensors by printing electrically conductive ink, adding our hardware to power the sensor, generating a precise electrical field that we manipulate and measure.

Events are classified onboard, detecting interactions in three dimensions, projecting the field through other materials at a distance of up to 1 meter.

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Here to help make your assets smart

LAIIER has signed six multi-national launch partners in the insurance, chemicals, and facilities management industries. These pilot projects are on track to commercialize results beginning in Q2 2021.

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