Industrial internet of things hardware and software systems provider Constellation Technologies has signed a Master Services Agreement with Fujitsu Australia to develop IoT solutions.
Constellation is now accredited to deliver its full suite of services to Fujitsu over the next three years.
The company has received an initial purchase order from Fujitsu for a quantity of smart drain sensors to be deployed in asset management projects in Australia.
The sensors monitor blockages and hazards, and aid maintenance efficiencies.
It will licence its MeridianCT Platform (MCT Platform) direct to end-clients of Fujitsu products.
The company also announced it had made its first sale of its MCT Platform to Brisbane-based QTEQ Pty Ltd.
QTEC’s surface division provides disaster alert monitoring systems to the energy, minerals, water and public sectors.
Starting out in 2016 with a single IoT solution in food temperature monitoring (pictured), Constellation now offers multiple sensor and software solutions for a diverse array of industry applications, including road networks and universities.
Fujitsu has strong local development capabilities and has completed large-scale IoT solutions for smart cities.
Constellation and Fujitsu will work together to design IoT solutions, including bespoke sensors, software builds and integrations.
Constellation CEO Kartheek Munigoti said: “Being admitted as a supplier to one of the world’s largest technology companies is a major testament in our ability to support major IoT projects, and paves the way for the scaling of our commercial endeavours.
“Under this MSA, we anticipate delivering a range of novel IoT projects at scale through pairing our technologies with Fujitsu’s commercial and deployment reach.”
Picture: Constellation Technologies
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