ENTO was founded in 2017 in response to a demand for a low-cost, low-maintenance product, using cutting-edge technology on the Sigfox and LoRaWAN networks. We have developed two IoT devices, which we have named the Crikit and the Ladybird.
Using the IoT network, our devices allow us, and our clients the ability to monitor and maintain the status of assets. This can include anything from the GPS location of an asset, to the status of gates and doors, and whether they are opened or closed. Our Crikit IoT devices also allow for an external sensor to be plugged in to monitor environmental factors such as temperature and soil moisture levels.
The NZTA look after the national transport system, and assets they look after, such as traffic lights need to be facing the correct way, and not be on any sort of lean or tilt. ENTO’s IoT device, the Crikit provides a solution to this, as it can monitor in real-time, the bearing, lean and tilt of each traffic light. Which makes life easier for NZTA.
SprayMarks own over 100 mobile traffic management assets that are out on NZ roads. We are currently trialling ENTO’s IoT device, the Crikit, with SprayMarks to help them monitor their traffic management assets. This is so they become aware of where their assets are, and whether they have been knocked over, or are out of alignment.
Citycare Auckland have a large number of gates that have to be open at certain times, and closed at certain times. We currently are trialling ENTO’s IoT device, the Crikit, with Citycare to provide a seamless, time-saving, and cost-effective way to monitor whether their gates are open or closed.
Thousands of passengers pass through Christchurch and Wellington airports every day. It is essential for them to be aware that their gated area surrounding the airfield to be fully secure. We are trialling ENTO’s IoT device, the Crikit, with both airports to monitor the status of the gates around the perimeter of the airfield.
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