NEW ZEALAND, 20 JUN 2017 -- Unitec University of Technology in Auckland has selected the Arcus UHF solution. Unitec selected Adilam's UHF solution for the superior read distance and speed with stocktake and security. The Arcus Flow vision based people counting solution was also selected. Their new Te Puna Campus Library has nine people counters in the one building to give Unitec accurate statistics on the flow of people through the library and student spaces.
MELBOURNE, 11 JAN 2017 -- Kilsyth Basketball Stadium has selected Arcus Flow to track traffic. Arcus Flow has been designed to handle large volumes of traffic and monitor direction of travel for statistics on exits and entrances, people in building, and average dwell time. Kilsyth Basketball Stadium can see at peak times 10,000 people through a single doorway.
MELBOURNE, 19 DEC 2016 -- With the refurbishment of Balwyn library they moved to a temporary location down the street. Boroondara Library Service wanted patrons to still be able to return items at the original location so commissioned Adilam to create two self contained external lockable return chutes that did not require a local network. Adilam created these 4G enabled return chutes that will only open for valid item RFID tags and barcodes. The bins are networked and alert a courier service when they reach 80% full to collect the items and return them to the Balwyn library.