Our mission is to reduce your operational expenses by providing safety, efficiency and sustainability solutions for your frontline workforce and equipment. Based on our technical expertise and vast industry know-how, we offer integrated IoT products that solve real-life problems in real-time.
We believe in the power of simple notifications to avoid serious accidents in real-time. Our solutions also provide you with the analytics you need to improve worker safety procedures on the long term.
You can cut costs while saving lives. In fact, both go very much hand in hand. More efficiency results in lower safety risks and more safety leads to fewer accidents and thus more efficiency.
Safe and efficient operations not only reduces the costs for maintenance and damages, but also results in an optimal use of energy resources and a minimization of CO2 emissions.
We take your operations to the next level.
Embrace IIoT fully by connecting Rombit devices and platforms with your existing infrastructure.
Gain new actionable insights from previously untapped data and provide advanced analytics for optimized operations.
Integrate Rombit solutions with your internal systems to support your digital transformation, and evolve to real-time dynamic operations.
Creating solutions since 2012
Number of customers
Oil & Gas
Evert joined Rombit back in 2016. Since 2022, he is the CEO of Rombit, the product division. This results in the development and marketing of the wearable applications for the health and safety of workers.
Kimball joined Rombit in 2018 as Chief of Strategy, after several entrepreneurial endeavours at Clear2pay and his own company ThreeAndMore. After four years, Kimball now fills the position of COO at Rombit.
Nico Janssens, PhD
Nico joined Rombit in 2017, and worked on various (I)IoT related products and solutions. He was involved in all product development cycles of Rombit’s safety solution suite. Nico is also a Bell Labs alumnus, and has (co) authored around 20 international publications and 10 filed patent applications. He holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Leuven.