Fujitsu General Australia and Fujitsu General New Zealand have announced a new partnership with Sensibo to extend smart home air conditioning (AC) solutions to the Australian and New Zealand markets. Sensibo is a leading climate technology Internet of Things (IoT) company that develops smart AC and heat pump solutions.   

As part of the strategic partnership, Sensibo’s Operating System (OS) solution will be integrated into Fujitsu General’s air conditioners under the anywAiR® technology brand. Sensibo’s OS is a premium end-to-end smart heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) solution that uses artificial intelligence (AI), data, cloud computing, and sensors to empower users to achieve greater control over their AC devices,

“The OEM (original equipment manufacturer) partnership between Fujitsu General and Sensibo is not only a major step for Fujitsu but also for the smart AC sector,” said Kyle Rafter, Head of Product ANZ, Fujitsu General.

“We are excited to partner with Sensibo, a company that puts sustainability and technological innovation at the top of their agenda, which aligns with ours.”

Sensibo’s technology promotes the use of AI and data in smart AC solutions. By fusing Sensibo’s technology with Fujitsu General’s anywAiR® technology product lineup, Fujitsu customers can control their heat pumps / air conditioning units from anywhere with the convenience of smart AC functions, including: smart scheduling; geo-fencing; climate react; and voice control1 via Siri, Alexa, and Google Assistant. This integration lets Fujitsu General customers achieve greater control over their devices, including the capacity to make more sustainable choices without sacrificing comfort, as customers can also use Sensibo’s machine-learning (ML) algorithms to help them conserve energy.

“Together with Fujitsu General, we were able to create a heat pump / air conditioner smart solution that is different from anything else that exists on the market. We cannot wait to see how Sensibo’s OS will diversify Fujitsu’s product capabilities and create a huge leap toward the relationship between technology, energy management, and climate control," said Ran Roth, CEO and Co-Founder of Sensibo.

“Smart heat pumps / air conditioners are the next industry innovation, with the potential to deliver a reduction in energy consumption and mitigate CO2 emissions. We are proud to partner with Fujitsu General to empower users to use their heat pump / air conditioning unit more efficiently to contribute to protecting our planet.”

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About Sensibo

Sensibo develops leading technological solutions for smart climate management, energy management, and air quality, in homes, offices, public buildings, and more. The company’s products, installed in hundreds of thousands of homes and businesses worldwide, lead to both a decrease in energy use and an increase in monetary savings. Sensibo’s products bring efficiency to air conditioners and heating devices, which are otherwise responsible for almost 25%2 of the world’s energy use. The company was founded in 2013 by Ran Roth and Omer Enbar, two tech mavens. Products include Sensibo Sky, Sensibo Air, Sensibo Air Pro, and most recently, Sensibo Elements. All are installed easily, connect to remote-controlled ACs, and may be remote-controlled via mobile app, along with full integration with Google Assistant, Alexa, Siri, and Apple HomeKit1.

1Compatible with a range of Smart Home Voice Control Devices. Compatibility can be subject to changes made by these third-party companies.


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by Fujitsu General New Zealand | Sep 05, 2023