Meet was recently tested by competitive Tender in the City of Stirling.
Stirling undertook a year long review, receiving submissions from around Australia and put all designs to a panel of three engineers. To our delight Meet was chosen winner of WA’s biggest street furniture contract (379 units). We are now working with the City and the Public Transit Authority to install these units as a physical/digital complement to tactile-paved bus sites across the City.
Meet is proving simple to install (30 minutes each), easy to update via our proprietary Dashboard and will be fully maintained by us using our proprietary Smart Tag system where our maintenance teams use a smart phone ‘tap’ on furniture embedded NFC tags (we call this ‘Dwell’ – also a community engagement link).
This easy system means that our maintenance teams are able to quickly bring up maintenance lists on their screens
This app has been specially developed by us to operate in real-time so that Council officers are instantly updated on the latest condition reports for all their assets. We look after 750 in total in Stirling so an efficient system that takes advantage of modern tech was really necessary.
Meet’s modular engineering also allows for environmental sensor’s to be incorporated into the legs for roadside monitoring at child height – which we consider the ideal level.
The neighbouring City of Joondalup has now agreed to take a further 300 customised units – and it will be their first upgrade in about 40 years also. Other councils are now looking seriously at Meet and we have a string of new features coming soon for what we are sure will prove to be Australia’s most affordable smart furniture system.
Contact us today to chat about getting ‘Meet’ into your area.