With some of the southern hemisphere’s most original and technical patents, we truly put the ‘smart’ in smart technology.
Forward-thinking and bold, we’re ahead of the curve in the IOT space.
For almost 20 years we’ve delivered consistent, effective partnerships with local government and businesses.
Our multi-award winning team and products are proven, results-driven and dependable.
With yStop, you’re not just making an investment in your council or business – you’re investing in the power of local people, networks and neighbourhoods.
Community is at the heart of all we do.
Our focus for councils is providing and maintaining street furniture to help enhance public spaces and meet smart city targets, but our business also has a strong
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If it’s not too late to look back on the Year of the Ox.
As a locally owned and operated business we really wanted to show our support for the amazing job our Police Force has done, not only last week finding Cleo, but also everyday keeping us safe.
Exciting news as yStop has just won the contract for managing the City of Stirling’s illuminated bus shelters.
With the contract starting in August, we are very excited to add these shelters to our large range of available assets in Stirling.
Thank you for all your business and support this year.
What an epic year it has been with all the COVID madness, we still can’t quite believe the shutdown and its effect on WA. Our team rallied and came through relatively unscathed, with quite a bit of IT help along the way.
In the current state of the world, cleanliness – including upholding high standards of hygiene and reducing the risk of infection – is at the forefront of government strategy and operation.
New opaque signs with a semi-transparent viewing strip make shelter advertising easier to read without compromising on bus stop patron visibility.
Mohamed Ali completed 2 years of foundational research with Murdoch University.
He is now based in Melbourne and works for yStop together with Dr Giles Oatley from Federation University. Both Dr Giles Oatley and Mohamed are available for all research and development work that the City of Casey would like to undertake. Mohamed’s area of study relates to smart cities with particular expertise in co-located crowd measurement/waste sensor configurations.
There are two new exciting tech developments that have just been released through what3words, the navigation technology that we use to locate our street furniture.
Look what has just been featured on QI over the weekend, it’s what3words the system we are currently using to map our smart furniture locations.
It’s about waste – sort of… 25 shiny new ‘Pulse’ smart bins have now been tested and are ready to go for the Town of Mosman Park. They’re smart –
Australia’s first ‘smart’ community medium is being introduced to the streets of Mosman Park. ‘Pulse’ uses a world-first approach to the smart city, combining community engagement with cleantech. Pulse combines
We posted earlier in the year about Caversham local, Shane Johnston undertaking the challenge of running 1000kms of the Bibbulmun Track in 10 days. Well now he has gone and
The Town Teams Conference at the end of last week was a big hit! There’s a buzz around smart furniture presently and our solar smart bin ‘Pulse’ was getting a
We are excited to showcase some of our latest smart furniture and activations at the upcoming Town Team Movement Conference. The conference is an action packed two day event, full
Noongar language and culture are now easily accessible through a great free online course. The online course is currently available to teach Noongar language, cultural knowledge on bush tucker and
Educators feel that there is now a great need for integration of the concepts of STEM with the broader arts curriculum of STEAM. Future employees will need to have a
BeInspired was founded with the goal of giving disadvantaged kids in WA access to much-needed exercise physiology.
We are passionate about integrating Real-World IoT and STEAM into students’ everyday experiences at school. We are all about connection, linking sensors to learning spaces and making connections in the community
Disability is common in Australia, but often invisible. Nearly 10 per cent of the workforce has some form of disability, with 32 per cent of employees with disability working as