• Smart Community

    Save water.
    Conserve electricity.
    Analyze usage patterns.
    Enhance community security.
    Schedule maintenance.
  • Smart Agriculture

    Increase crop yields.
    Optimize land use.
    Automate farm operations.
    Manage and track inventory.
  • Smart Manufacturing

    Gather data wirelessly.
    Monitor in real time.
    Optimize resource usage.
    Minimize system downtime.

Our Products

Our products enable wireless testbeds, prototype applications and commercial solutions.

Low Power Sub-GHz Wireless Mesh Network Platform

    WGWX100 (WSN1120CL + WiFi Gateway)

    WGWX210 (WSN1120CL + 2G Gateway)

    WGWX230 (WSN1120CL + 3G Gateway)

Wireless Cold Chain Monitoring

Monitor critical parameters such as temperature and relative humidity in real time.
Our products can be used anywhere in the cold chain - from large cold rooms to small
ice-boxes in warehouses and mobile refrigeration units.
All sensor data is streamed to the cloud for storage, visualization and analysis.
Built on top of our proven Sub-GHz RF mesh platform and RF to Cellular connectivity.

WTN2P1 (Low profile temperature sensing tag)

Temperature/RH sensor node for cold rooms

Wireless Asset Tracking

Track valuable assets in factories and warehouses using low profile wireless tags.

Low profile Asset Tag

Sensor Modules

Actutator Modules

    WRB510 (Relay board with driver and relay)

Power Supply Modules

    WSLIC100 (Li-Ion charger + PSU with auto switchover)
    WPSU3001 (Solar panel + super capacitor PSU)
    WPSU5012 (Solar panel + Li-Ion PSU)
    WPSU1000 (AC to +5V / +3.3V power supply)

Misc Communication Modules

    WGSMDX100 (GSM/GPRS Module)
    WCI48510 (RS-485 Comm board)
    WC123215 (RS-232 Comm board)


Here are some possible applications that you can build using the WiSense platform.


Use humidity sensors to know when your plants need water. Bring in your clothes when it's about to rain. Locate easily your misplaced car keys. Receive an alert if your refrigerator door is left open. Receive alerts remotely if intruders are detected. Use a pressure sensor to figure out the level in your water tank. Use your mobile phone to monitor all of these and more. These are among many scenarios definitely coming into homes of the future. Home automation is today a luxury. Very soon it will be a commodity. More applications ...


Motion sensors and proximity sensors are key to location-based data gathering. A wireless sensor network in a supermarket can give valuable information about visitor numbers and peak hours. Store managers can know which products trigger interest but are not purchased. They can gain insight about crowded aisles, leading to store rearrangement. Are customers doing impulse buying or do they take time in choosing? What is the average waiting time in the checkout queue? There is a lot of software intelligence that makes this a challenging application.


Optimize energy consumption across the building by switching off air-conditioning in empty rooms or turning on lights only when natural lighting is unavailable. Light sensors and motion sensors enable this. Slow down escalators when they are not in use. Keep track of occupancy in rooms and floors to facilitate evacuation during emergencies. Tag important assets to implement geo-fencing. These and more are essential to what makes a building smart.


Setup a testbed in a college campus so that students can benefit from hands-on programming on actual devices. Allow students to develop and test optimized routing protocols. Allow students to conceive and integrate new sensors into the testbed for novel applications. Structure an entire semester course on protocol engineering and wireless networking. Course brochure.


Track important assets at industrial sites. Gather relevant sensor data and log the same in a printing press factory floor. Monitor temperature and humidity at critical locations in an oil processing plant. Replace complex cabling in any industrial plant with wireless connectivity.


Field data on environmental pollution is essential to decision making. Monitor air quality at key industrial sites or highways close to residential areas. Look for key contaminating agents from the exhausts of public buses. Monitor the cleanliness in lakes, particularly those used as sources of drinking water. Integrate these and more into a central system for pollution monitoring and control.


"We were looking for a quick prototype of our IoT requirement and came across WiSense and Mr. Ram. We liked their Service offering and the product. So we quickly built a prototype with WiSense." -- Formcept



If you are new to WiSense platform, start with the Getting Started section. Along with documented API, you can learn from example code for typical applications. WiSense platform is easy to learn. The API is simple and intuitive. With minimal effort, you can start integrating sensors of your choice for your specific applications.

About Us

The founders of WiSense have many years of industry and academic experience.


We recognize that building wireless systems is technically challenging. This is why we provide a wireless module that our customers can simply plug into any preferred microcontroller board and get going right away. We remove the hassle out of developing and debugging hardware so that you can focus on your applications. Of course, we also provide the MCU board to make your job even simpler.


There are literally hundreds of different types of sensors in the market. Selecting the right sensor for a particular application can be a time-consuming task. We simplify this by providing the know-how. We also go one step further in assisting you integrate specialized sensors on to our platform. Sensors we are integrating ...

Framework Code

To enable easy integration of any type of sensor to the WiSense platform, we have made our sensor framework code public. The code includes source files that demonstrate how light sensors, temperature sensors or reed switches can be programmed and accessed. Explanation to some of this code can be found on WiSense blog. You can use this code to quickstart your own sensor integration work. This code can be downloaded from our BitBucket repository.


Ram Krishnan

Ram has twenty years of experience in embedded systems, mesh routing and powerline communications. He has a B.Tech in Computer Engineering from NIT Kurukshethra.

Albert Sebastian

Ashok Bhayal

Contact Us


Our Location

Diamond District, Old Airport Rd
Bangalore, Karnataka, India