The Internet of Things (IoT) creates new business ecosystems while simultaneously streamlining business operations. At scale, the technology can go further than enhancing the operations of one business, it can significantly improve the productivity of an entire industry.

Madison Technologies recently introduced the Captis range from mIoT into its product portfolio – giving customers in industrial sectors easy access to asset-to-asset Cat-M1 and NB-IoT compatible communication capabilities. Here, mIoT CEO Paul Calabro, talks about the opportunities in IoT, this new partnership, and how the range provides a holistic solution for customers.

IOT is an emerging technology – how is it transforming the way companies do business?

Australia is really leading the IoT charge and adopting the technology quite rapidly. Further benefits and support for critical safety information that has previously been unable to attain through lack of capable technology or expense, has seen a number of customers adopt IIoT to transform their important safety KPIs, save on wastage, and improve assets or mobility.

Captis is a proven technology and we’ve been operating successfully in this sphere for the last four years. Our range of devices were the first certified to operate on Telstra’s IoT networks.

So while IoT is an emerging technology specifically gaining momentum in the mass-scale deployment of battery operated devices, many of our customers are early adopters and have been reaping the rewards for quite some time.

Madison technologies has recently become a reseller of the captis range – what will this partnership bring?

Captis is a complete IoT stack incorporating field-based devices capable of monitoring and measuring environment requirements, connectivity capability over a multi-mode operation, platform layer insights, and APIs that allow data to be directed to an end client’s solution.

We have had great success over the last few years with our range of Captis data loggers, and are looking to offer a holistic solution to customers: device, cloud and connectivity.

It was an organic next step to appoint Madison Technologies as a value-added reseller for Captis. We are proud to join an impressive portfolio of communications and network technology vendors, and excited to provide a complete IIoT solution to customers.

Building on our work with industry leaders over the last few years, we are keen to expand our reach within the mining, utilities, rail, telco and manufacturing sectors.

The captis range was recently certified Australian made – why was this important?

Our team of expert engineers have been developing Captis firmware in-house since inception, and we have always strived to source components locally for the hardware.

We are proud to officially wear that badge now, particularly in 2021, when it represents so much more than a manufacturing standard.

Australian Made means supporting local jobs and helping to rebuild the economy in the wake of a pandemic.

What’s next?

In addition to continuous improvement of our product range, we have a genuine commitment to long-term sustainability for our customers and the greater community.

There is so much that Captis can offer in terms of environmental monitoring and sustainable practices, so we are excited to explore those verticals with Madison Technologies.

For more information about the Captis range, and how it may help solve problems or improve efficiencies in your industry, contact the Madison Technologies team at [email protected] or phone 1800 72 79 79.

This Sponsored Editorial, is brought to you by Madison Technologies. For more information, visit madison.tech

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