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Sencorables Expands Research and Development Center In Greenville, South Carolina

Sencorables LLC, a developer of diversified IoT (Internet of Things) products, plans to expand its its research and development center at 1040 Thousand Oaks Boulevard in Greenville, South Carolina. The company is expected to invest $3.5 million and create 25 jobs over the next three years.

Incorporated in 2015, Sencorables’ principle objective is to use its patented and fundamentally unique way of digital sensing to develop, in close cooperation with industry partners, a variety of IoT products. The company’s current focus is on its flagship products, Sencorfloors and Sencormats, which detect presence, movement and direction of individual people in real-time.

“Our unique way of sensing enables us to use the floor, the most natural and central data source, as a competitive sensor for the first time, at a very attractive cost point. The data generated is more accurate and comprehensive than other sources and can replace many sensors currently in use. The same technology can be embedded and used in a variety of other products, industries and verticals, such as healthcare, bedding or automotive industries. Our vision is to, in close cooperation with specialized industry partners, develop unique products for those that make use of our technology. We found some of our partners right here in Greenville County,” said Sencorables CEO Willem Biesheuvel.

“South Carolina continues to lead the way in innovation, and Sencorables’ latest investment in Greenville County is further proof of that. Our state is a place where companies of all kinds can find success, and we’re excited to see what the future holds for Sencorables,” Governor Henry McMaster said.

“The technology sector represents a vital part of South Carolina’s economic present and future, and we are excited to see a great company like Sencorables continue its growth. This $3.5 million investment and the 25 new jobs they are creating will make a big difference in Greenville County, and I look forward to watching them succeed for years to come,” Secretary of Commerce Bobby Hitt said.

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