SAGE Edge is a universal IoT data capture device that offers many different capabilities deployed in one device. The SAGE Edge device can be used for multiple applications including SMART City data collection, transport travel time data, tourism pedestrian data and general IoT data management.
SAGE Edge is used by local government, road authorities and tourism operators, drawing on real-time data to provide exceptional outcomes for local businesses and the wider community.
It is a non-invasive technology that collects data and applies API integration, reducing field sensor requirements and associated costs. With built-in iBeacon messaging, it can generate messages to passing apps.
SAGE Edge is compliant with the Australian Communications and Media Authority regulations and proudly displays the Regulatory Compliance Mark.
A low power industrial IoT communications gateway, SAGE Edge is capable of detecting Wi-Fi and undiscoverable Bluetooth devices that cannot be detected by traditional Bluetooth scanners.
Designed to monitor real-time changes in device activity, SAGE Edge is industry-leading technology that can be coupled with additional devices or data sources to deliver valuable insight and asset management.
SAGE Edge is built upon a modular, scalable architecture that allows agile product development to leverage emerging detection technologies.
It has the capacity to be connected to digital I/O, cameras and environmental measurement sensor devices as well as the capability of communicating data to enable data processing and reporting on web-dashboards.
Watch SAGE Automation’s General Manager for Transport, Damian Hewitt introduce SAGE Edge and showcase how the device is changing the way transport and smart cities clients use data to improve community and transport network user experiences.
SAGE Automation led a major smart city project in a busy retail precinct, combining people-focused designs with industry-first solutions. See how this major project came together, and the exciting technologies being used.
Technology originally developed to monitor urban traffic has been adapted to count the number of visitors to the McLaren Vale wine region.
The City of Marion spend a considerable amount of their annual budget on parks and public spaces, but little data on how people interact with these spaces.
SAGE Automation provided the council with real-time playground usage data, which included per-equipment usage counts, duration and algorithms that combined weather, term dates and day of the week.