In this paper the main specification of a low voltage utility monitoring and control tool, Grideye, are presented. The control capability is based on the implementation of model-less methods for estimation of voltage and current sensitivity coefficients. Those coefficients are evaluated with respect to the nodal active and reactive power injections/absorptions. The model-less approach is an important aspect of the control solution for low voltage grids, in which accurate and up-to-date model of the network is not always available. Finally, the results of field tests are presented to demonstrate the effectiveness of the GridEye solution.