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Lynk Remote Technologies’ HangarBot secures networking abilities with Telus Mobility, allowing its Internet of Things (IoT) devices to be used outside the United States for the first time as Canada becomes HangarBot’s first step in reaching a global audience. HangarBot has quickly gained popularity across the United States as the only next generation solution based smart hangar system. Made by pilots for pilots, HangarBot is aviation’s only smart remote technologies solutions. The technology company provides a line of smart products tailored to the real world needs of pilots. HangarBot systems are remotely controlled via a mobile app, downloadable on iOS and Android. All essential hub units give aviators the ability to monitor their hangar as well as utilize a variety of additional devices that will optimize time and efficiency for any pilot.
The systems run on 4G cellular service; connecting not only HangarBot devices but also providing a wireless hotspot usable on any personal device. With the new ability to network off of Telus 4G sims, HangarBot can now be in any Canadian hangar.
A must for cold weather climates, HangarBot’s Smart Outlet allows for remote engine preheating. The remote Engine Preheating Solutions promotes engine health by reducing engine wear and saves aviators hours in pre flight.
Security and surveillance is also provided in every camera hub with the ability to add additional cameras as needed. The app stores 24-7 video footage with motion detection notifications sent straight to the user’s phone. Pilots can download a snapshot or check in on the hangar with live streaming anytime.
The popular add-on, HangarBot Remote Hangar Door Controller also integrates directly with electric or hydraulic powered doors. Users can use the HangarBot app to open and close their hangar door while simultaneously viewing the end result through live stream video from the comfort of their home, office, or cockpit.
“With the HangarBot Door Controller I can be rest assured that I can access my hangar at any time, even if I forget my keys or the pesky line of sight remote,” said HangarBot customer Robyn Cole. ” I’ve also been able to let my maintenance crew into the hangar while I’m out of town.”