Ackcio Seamlessly Integrates with ESS Earth Sciences’ Sensors and Supports Continuous Data Collection
Singapore, 15 Mar 2023 – Ackcio is excited to announce a new integration partnership with Australia-based ESS Earth Sciences – an advanced technology company, specialising in monitoring systems in the fields of seismology, geotechnical engineering, hydrology, and other environmental monitoring applications. Ackcio Beam industrial wireless data acquisition platform, Ackcio’s flagship solution, can now seamlessly integrate with ESS Digital Hollow Inclusion (HID) Cell sensors and ESS sensors built with Yieldpoint to support continuous real-time data collection to provide a broader and deeper view into the sensor deployment site.
ESS Earth Sciences designs, manufactures, and supplies a range of instruments for the energy, hydrology, seismology and geotechnical sectors. The integration between Ackcio Beam and ESS sensors advances digitalization across industrial markets and creates an ecosystem of data-driven insights that can provide real-time business intelligence, reduce costs, increase efficiencies, and ultimately lead to a better outcome.
With the ability to measure a wide variety of geotechnical data including temperature, water level, and pressure, and more, Ackcio Beam presents an unparalleled opportunity for geotechnical experts to derive new insights from vast amounts of data over legacy methods. Built on the foundation of its patented core technology, Ackcio Mesh, a long-range radio wireless mesh communication, Ackcio makes it possible for ESS sensors to be deployed at both underground and above ground settings, where sensor data can still be relayed securely and in real-time.
“Our partnership with ESS Earth Sciences enables Ackcio to offer a comprehensive solution that seamlessly integrates with their advanced sensors, allowing for remote, real-time data collection. This collaboration continues our commitment to advancing digitalization across industrial markets, providing unparalleled opportunities for geotechnical experts to derive deeper insights from a wide variety of instrumentation ultimately leading to safer project sites,” said Shaun Ahern, Global Sales Director of Ackcio.
“Geosystems is proud to partner with cutting edge monitoring technology company Ackcio. Both companies are highly innovative and pride themselves on offering the best value solutions to its client. Ackcio’s integration of our flagship HID Stress measurement sensor has paved the way for engineers to easily monitor stress change at a fraction of the cost of years gone by. With that, tunnelling engineers can add stress measurement to their arsenal of displacement, load and vibration monitoring to assess the safety of their excavations,” said Adam Pascale, CCO of ESS Earth Sciences.
To learn more about this opportunity, please contact Shaun Ahern, Ackcio’s Global Sales Director, at [email protected]. For all other inquiries into ESS Earth Sciences, please contact [email protected] or +61384208999.
Ackcio builds reliable wireless data acquisition systems for industrial monitoring applications. The company automates monitoring processes and provides remote, intelligent data to enable increased safety and efficient risk management in mission-critical industries, including construction, infrastructure, mining, and rail. Ackcio’s flagship solution, Ackcio Beam, is an industrial data acquisition platform that uses a patented long-range wireless mesh network to monitor sensors accurately and reliably in both above ground and underground environments. Ackcio is headquartered in Singapore and supports clients across the world. In 2021, the company was included in Forbes Asia’s inaugural ‘100 to Watch’, a list comprising small companies and startups on the rise across the Asia Pacific.
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About ESS Earth Sciences
EXPERTS IN GEOTECHNICAL INSTRUMENTS AND SOLUTIONS
ESS’ Geotechnical Division Geosystems has provided Australia with geotechnical monitoring instruments and solutions for over 30 years. Our geo-technicians have worked in every sector ranging from mines, civil engineering sites, tunnels, and dam reinforcement projects.
Our aim is to make Australian sites safer and more productive with high quality geotechnical equipment.