VergeSense Raises $9 Million For AI-Powered Workplace Sensors

VergeSense Raises $9 Million For AI-Powered Workplace Sensors

by NeoTech Post

VergeSense, an AI-Powered sensor provider for the workplace, announced a $9 million strategic investment led by Allegion Ventures – a $50 million corporate venture fund of Allegion. 

JLL Spark, Metaprop, Y Combinator, Pathbreaker Ventures, and West Ventures also participated in the latest funding round. 

VergeSense plans to use the latest funds to scale its analytics software platform.

Headquartered in San Francisco, VergeSense offers a scalable suite of technologies that enables insight into the ways people use space and get work done. Its deep learning sensors capture data beyond simple observation, while its analytics dashboard translates data into real-world recommendations for workplaces around the world. 

VergeSense says it processes 6 million sensor reports a day for nearly 70 customers. The company’s open application programming interface platform enables seamless integration with popular workspace management solutions, including room and visitor booking software and expanding the opportunity for touchless check-in experiences.

“VergeSense delivers better space and occupancy planning for JLL and its clients through sensor and data-driven insights, all of which translates into better employee experiences,” said Reeves Davis, Executive Director at JLL Technologies. 

“In a post-COVID world, clients are leveraging VergeSense to facilitate the return to work by making sure occupancy levels are safe, ensuring proper cleaning of highly trafficked areas, and giving employees peace of mind.”

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