The Internet of Things has revolutionised many industries, from consumer products through to industrial plants and national infrastructure.
We have helped many companies like yours deliver market leading IoT solutions, from providing advice on best architectural practices to developing complete end to end solutions.
Like a blockbuster movie, all IoT systems are a made up of many invisible and important parts including:
Entr was born around the ultimate customer experience for the last mile of eCommerce - no missed deliveries, no waiting around all day and all available from an iOS or Android smart phone.
Entr was created to replace the mailbox which is no longer suitable for deliveries where parcels are involved. Entr avoids parcel piracy and insecure, unattended deliveries while supporting a new range of services to the home.
Entr is a third-party access platform that allows consumers to use their garages for home deliveries and other third party access uses such as auto-repair, pickups and trades access. It is built into, or can be added to existing garages via smart controllers that support entr’s secure access platform.
You will see a list of pending and past deliveries from entr partners.
You will receive a notification of pending deliveries and can opt-out at anytime.
You can watch and record the delivery taking place.
You will be notified when the delivery is completed and the door is secure.
Entr enabled Garage Door Controllers are retrofittable to 90% of Australian garage door openers and will be available from leading retailers in 2018.
In addition to the entr service you can also open and close your garage remotely via an App, giving you piece of mind as to whether you really did close the garage door this morning.
We take application security seriously and use a variety of proven tools to secure your valuable information.
Connected sensors have long been standard practices in industrial facilities, however have been typically costly to implement and difficult to install. Recently, new technologies, such as near ubiquitous mobile & cellular coverage, low powered wireless technologies and cloud based computing have opened a new opportunity to monitor equipment that was previously uneconomical.
Companies are successfully using these new technologies to improve efficiencies and profitability. For example, utilities are installing tiny solar powered sensors on electricity poles that continuously monitor the movement. This is then analysed to detect abnormal movement that indicates possible failure as a result this reduces the number of unplanned outages due to power pole failure and improves customer service. How can Industrial IoT be used to improve your business?
Binary have a unique combination of experience that includes Industrial Control System development, Secure Cloud Systems and User centred design experience.
As part of a study into a proposed copper mine in Indonesia, Binary conducted a study into the infrastructure requirements to allow mine operations to be remotely monitored where possible. The mine is located in a remote area, approximately 6 hours drive from the closest town which presented a number of challenges.
As part of the study, we reviewed and made recommendations on the following:
We proposed a cost effective solution that allowed data to be collected on site across all mine operations and for that data to be mirrored to a cloud based systems. With cloud based mirroring of data, remote personnel such as administration support, subject matter and technical experts could work with onsite personnel in a practical and efficient manor.
Speak with us to learn how we can help you increase your growth and productivity through technology.
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