We help you to protect, track and improve the productivity of your assets.


The name of our company is derived from“Rebus”or the Latin word for“things”, while “Labs”comes from the admiration the company founder has for the R&D produced at former Bell Labs, one of the pioneering engineering organizations in history. The company board is composed of the founder, chief engineer, and some of its investors from academia and business.


Today the company sells 2 products that make cold chain refrigerators “smart”. One solution allows pharmacies and laboratories to monitor and manage cold cabinets containing temperature sensitive substances; another enables FMCG companies to track and monitor in-store refrigerators. Rebuslabs has R&D capability in RF and power electronics, cloud infrastructure and application engineering.


Rebuslabs has established partnerships with Microsoft, who powers its cloud platform, and Vodafone, which provides us with the API and sim-cards allowing Locus and Modus to connect to the internet.

IoT as a service

Rebuslabs started out with the vision to build smart connected systems that make a business or organization more productive. Such system consists of smart devices, or hardware that transmits measurements gathered through sensors to one single internet based repository. This data can then be used for reporting purposes, decision analytics or to improve employee, partner and customer engagement.

Co-created with customer

Our existing first generation products represent a total end-to-end solution, and offer the customization options build in from the start. The engineering philosophy behind this vision led us to design and engineer modular device and scalable software. This allows our devices to accommodate a variety of sensors or measurements specific to the problem a company or customer needs to tackle. This flexibility makes the solution fit the ROI requirements put forward by companies deploying the devices. So we co-create with our customers a platform consisting of smart devices, cloud infrastructure and software applications.