Bridgetek’s PanL platform delivers both hardware and software platforms to enable creation of a fully integrated smart controlled environment. It removes the need for separate controllers for heat, lights, power etc. At the same time, it combines all the elements into one smart user interface with additional API support for phones, tablets and other smart devices.
The PanL platform comprises of PanL Room Manager, which combines a PanL Hub with a series of PanL70 PLUS units (each having a 7” full color display with capacitive touchscreen and integrated RFID), provides an intelligent meeting room booking system. Accessing the main page on the display unit, the user can check the status of that meeting room, identify the host of the present meeting and the meeting’s start and finish times. The system also allows new meetings to be set up, or existing ones already arranged to be amended.
The PanL Room Manager’s software directly connects with Microsoft Outlook through Microsoft Exchange, Office 365 and other commonly used software packages within the office environment. It is a fully operational product with provision for customization.
Alongside Bridgetek will also use CES 2018 as a platform for the demo of its PanL Smart Retail, PanL Smart Living and PanL Smart Nurse. PanL Smart Retail will provide shoppers with details of new products, up to date pricing, the latest promotions and multimedia advertising. Using it, retail outlets will be able to maximize the sales potential of customers while they are on the premises and offer an enhanced shopping experience too. Proximity sensors detect the presence of a shopper in the vicinity. The product has a scope of adding new features to the system related to stock management.
The PanL Smart Living demo shows how Bridgtek is making home automation far easier – allowing the control of various lighting, air conditioning, heating and security systems via one single intuitive touch-based graphical user interface. Whereas, the PanL Smart Nurse demo is certain to be highly beneficially to hospitals or homes for the elderly. Through this, data would be made easily accessible to nurses/care staff using the display units distributed throughout the facility – thereby enabling them to be kept fully aware of any situation changes over the course of their shifts.
To emphasize PanL platform’s value in domestic, retail, healthcare and office based settings, there will be other demos at the stand that illustrate how this technology could be employed by the horticulture and utilities sectors. Read more…