For The Real World
For The Real World
Hardware That Empowers and Expands
Putting Your Solutions To Work
While software can accomplish amazing operational efficiencies in the digital world, effective SaaS solutions often require a physical interface to the real world of your offices, warehouses and facilities.
Pillar conceives, programs and implements these devices to function in
- data gathering
Pillar offers your users a quick and easy way to interact with various systems or to access data anywhere in your facility and beyond.
NFC Tags/QR Codes
NFC tags (near field communication) and readers communicate wirelessly with each other. Tags store a small amount of data that is sent to the reader.
QR codes (quick response) are a type of two dimensional (2D) bar code that is used to provide easy access to online information through the digital camera on a smartphone or tablet. The two technologies can be used for similar applications but function differently.
NFC Examples: Contactless payments, auto Bluetooth pairing with headphones, opening website or app
QR Code Examples: Opening website or app, Simple text, Addresses, Phone Numbers, Email addresses
Small, wireless transmitters that use low-energy Bluetooth technology to send signals to other smart devices nearby. They are one of the latest developments in location technology and proximity marketing. Put simply, they connect and transmit information to smart devices making location-based searching and interaction easier and more accurate.
Smart Beacon Examples: Location, Engagement, Navigation, Analysis & Data Collection, Asset & Guest Tracking, Interaction
A development board that can be used by makers to design and build devices that interact with the real world. While Arduino refers to a specific type of board design, it can also be used to refer to a company which manufactures a specific implementation of these boards, and is typically also used to describe the community around compatible boards made by other people or companies which function in a similar way. Think of it as open-source hardware that can be adapted for almost any physical, electronic task.
Fingerprint Sensor, Traffic Light or Indicator Light Control, Remote Control and Monitoring, Motion Sensor, Outlet Control, Airflow Control, Sprinkler Control, Various Medical, Lab, Aerospace hardware control systems