After the first strong test cases and sales to prominent actors in the construction industry, BeRessourceful is now ready to make its entry into the market for quality assurance of timber elements.
The Woodsense sensor can also be used to measure moisture in existing buildings to extend the life of buildings worthy of preservation.
Building is easy if everything goes according to plan. As this rarely happens, insight into the quality of building elements is essential.
Woodsense has received product verification of our moisture sensor from the Danish Technological Institute and can now provide official documents to customers.
With support from Realdania's Innovation to Market-campaign, Woodsense can now spend more time with customers.
Woodsense has been selected as one of 15 Danish startups to be part of Urbantech Mentoring 2021.
Through a combination of collected data and meterological observation, the sensor is able to detect moisture and irregularities in time.
The report feature on the platform allows for users to share reports with others in construction project for a better user experience.
The moisture sensor can follow the wood anywhere on factory of the wood supplier, providing an extra level of security for customers receiving the wood.
Woodsense moisture sensors have been able to capture different fluctuations in measurements for various construction types.
New update allows sensors to be placed on the floor plan uploaded to the platform, which provides a better overview the sensors location in construction.
Woodsense has received a documentation report from Rambøll, which describes how the sensor solution can assist building projects to achieve DGNB sustainability certification.
Woodsense has initiated a collaboration with CLT Denmark to document the moisture properties of CLT.
Woodsense has been selected for the finals at the Startup Competition in the sustainability-category at the PropTech conference MIPIM.