Quantify Technology are pleased to announce the successful development and release to manufacture of its passive infra-red motion sensor fascia to complement its growing suite of products. The new fascia incorporates passive infra-red motion, light measurement, temperature, and humidity sensor.
This enables the Quantify Technology platform to manage power usage by collecting and analysing data and reacting to the environment. The modular design allows for easy upgrades and add-ons that are being developed.
Manufacture of the product already underway and is expected to be installed in the University of Western Australia Medical and Dental Library project during Q3 of 2017.
“The development of this latest fascia shows the ease with which new technology and feature upgrades may be incorporated with our hardware - a key feature of our modular platform. The flexibility of Quantify Technology’s modular design allows for easy integration of sensors, and devices in our product via the user interchangeable Fascia. This design allows Quantify and its customers to stay at the forefront of future technological advancements,” said Mark Lapins, Quantify Technology’s Founder and Managing Director.
“Additional innovative sensors and devices are being evaluated for integration in future products and we look forward to updating the market when complete. Quantify Technology is at the forefront of the emerging IoT industry and technology upgrades via fascia development will help us remain there.”
A luxury apartment on York Street in Sydney will have Quantify Technology’s Q Devices installed and will be used to showcase Quantify Technology’s Truly Intelligent Building Solution to potential clients across the globe. The demonstration suite will initially be commissioned with Quantify Technology’s first feature set demonstrating power management.
The demonstration suite will evolve with technological upgrades and add-ons as they are developed. Quantify Technology will program and test the demonstration suite over the next few weeks, with work scheduled to be completed by the end of June 2017. Clients and stakeholders will be able to view the apartment from early July 2017.