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Kallipr's Captis S2 Pulse to revolutionise remote monitoring tech
Thu, 14th Mar 2024

The Australian technology scene is set to be transformed with the launch of a world-first Internet of Things (IoT) remote monitoring device, the Captis S2 Pulse, by the innovation-driven IoT firm Kallipr. The device, envisioned to revolutionise how large-scale industries keep track of and manage their remotely located assets, is set to elevate reliability, connectivity, and data integrity standards.

Kallipr specialises in delivering innovative and advanced technology solutions in the IoT domain. With expertise in IoT hardware, software, and integration services, Kallipr is known for its commitment to providing cutting-edge solutions tailored to meet the diverse needs of its clients across various industries, such as agriculture, healthcare, manufacturing, smart cities, and more.

Kallipr's solutions often leverage state-of-the-art sensors, connectivity technologies, and data analytics to enable businesses to optimise operations, enhance efficiency, and drive innovation.

Born out of Kallipr's collaborations with industry leaders like Sydney Water, WaterNSW, and Aurizon, the Brisbane-manufactured Captis S2 Pulse is purposefully engineered to meet the complex needs of large-scale monitoring. Underscoring the advanced capabilities of the Australian tech market, the device is expected to drastically transform remote asset management under extreme conditions.

With increasing complexities such as climate change and resource scarcity, the device positions itself as an indispensable tool for sustainable infrastructure management. It assists in critical operations like sewer level monitoring, commercial metering, and proactive water management.

In an industry for data loggers that surged well beyond the AUD $8 billion mark in 2022, the Captis S2 Pulse, with its notable features, stands to foster the growing demand for innovative solutions. It boasts unmatched durability with an IP68 rating, assuring data reliability even under extreme conditions. Further, it introduces a world-first, patent-pending 30-second in-field battery replacement that ensures a lifespan of 20 years.

The device also incorporates cutting-edge encryption and edge computing with artificial intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) capabilities, thus ensuring secure, local data handling and opening up new automation and data provenance opportunities.

Meeting global needs, the Captis S2 Pulse extends universal connectivity through SIM, LoRa, or Satellite and also ensures a straightforward and efficient user experience, highlighted by easy installation, immediate sensor recognition, and mobile app support.

As a part of the Kallipr Series 2 unveiled on 6 March, the Captis S2 Pulse integrates seamlessly with Kallipr Kloud software, propelling advanced edge computing and machine learning capabilities in global infrastructure digitisation.

Delighted with the new addition, Gerhard Loots, CEO of Kallipr, describes the Captis S2 Pulse as a "game-changer in remote monitoring technology". He adds, "With its world-first features and seamless integration within Kallipr Series 2, the Captis S2 Pulse exemplifies our commitment to innovation and excellence."

The unveiling of the Captis S2 Pulse marks a significant milestone for Kallipr, showcasing its dedication to pushing the boundaries of remote monitoring technology. With its groundbreaking features and seamless integration into the Kallipr Series 2 ecosystem, the Captis S2 Pulse embodies Kallipr's ethos of innovation and commitment to excellence.