eNews November 2019
WideSky.Cloud Pty Ltd launches as a mature startup
Sister company VRT Systems started developing the WideSky family of IoT products in about 2012. The first WideSky IoT customer was the federal government’s Department of Defence, which was followed by the Lendlease Barangaroo redevelopment in Sydney. Since then, we’ve been busy working with several other clients, including those in the private utility space, state governments, city councils, retirement living companies, global miners, data centres, universities, a cattle station and a national gentailer.
The majority of the above developments have been funded by VRT Systems, with some welcome assistance from federal and state governments.
WideSky became its own entity on July 1, 2019.
But the WideSky business continues to maintain strong relationships with its two sister companies. VRT Systems is a 33-year-old industrial systems integration business, while CETA is an eight-year-old distributor of energy efficiency products. Both provide considerable value-add to WideSky in several areas including, field testing, initial customer risk mitigation, qualifying market requirements, smart IoT device supply and sales channels.
Now that WideSky has consolidated its position in Australia, we’re ready to launch into global markets.
New WideSky website
Our new WideSky website is now live! Among other things, it highlights the application of IoT and cloud-based analytics to our preferred energy, buildings and industry markets.
It also sets out the requirements and benefits related to our implementation partner ecosystem.
Find out more about WideSky and how we can add value to your business by visiting our new website at widesky.cloud
Smart Buildings Summit 2019
We’re excited to return to the Smart Buildings Summit 2019 being held in Sydney later this month. This is the third year the industry-focused conference has taken place and we’re thrilled to have been involved since its inception. We’ll be exhibiting our products and on-hand to answer your questions, so be sure to drop into our stand to say hello.
The event takes place from November 27 to 28 at the Sydney Harbour Marriott Hotel, located at 30 Pitt Street.
We are continuing to bring digital disruption to some traditional industries. This time the building industry is benefiting, through the use of WideSky based, end-to-end technology solutions, which include IoT, cloud analytics, Edge and mesh Hub.
WideSky: born in the cloud, with Haystack inside.
As an exhibitor at the Smart Buildings Summit 2019, we would like to extend an invitation to all of our partners to come, see and play with our WideSky for Buildings platform.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to attend and we will arrange a free ticket for you.