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Brian Lowe

FitMachine Product Update, December 2018

FitMachine Self-Install MOVUS is proud to announce the next development in our renowned FitMachine sensor. Customers can now connect to the FitMachine via Bluetooth to configure and manage it. This is enabled using the FitMachine app, now officially available on the iTunes App Store. (Google Play Store to follow soon!) As a consequence, customers are […]

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MOVUS FitMachine Sensor in action
David Barzilay

Bringing Maintenance Into the Fourth Industrial Revolution

MOVUS was founded by CEO Brad Parsons in January 2015, initially starting out of The University of Queensland’s iLab, a supporter of technologically cutting-edge entrepreneurial start-up businesses. MOVUS’ flagship product, the FitMachine, provides an end-to-end equipment monitoring solution for industrial machinery using the latest machine learning and artificial intelligence technologies. Potential for Machine Monitoring According […]

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Brian Lowe

FitMachine Product Update, October 2018

Technology continues to be a key component of MOVUS’ market leadership and our investment remains strong. The latest release of our FitMachine technology stack has several exciting new developments, with more on the way. In brief, Customer self-install now makes installation and onboarding of MOVUS FitMachines safe and easy The latest release of our API […]

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Mark Parker

Queensland Innovation Minister Visits MOVUS

Earlier today the MOVUS team had the pleasure of welcoming Queensland’s Minister for Innovation Kate Jones to the MOVUS office. After the official opening duties Minister Jones spoke about how proud the Government is in MOVUS – a start up success story that is also focused on remaining Queensland based for both the MOVUS team […]

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Mark Parker

New Global Head Office for MOVUS

I’m pleased to advise that effective today MOVUS has relocated into our new head office at 112 Bowen St, Spring Hill. The team has been growing steadily since our successful Series A raise and it was getting very tight at iLab! Located at the northern end of Brisbane’s CBD our new office gives us room […]

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Mark Parker

LiveChat Now Available on MOVUS Website

MOVUS has recently added a LiveChat function to our website. LiveChat gives visitors the opportunity to engage real time with our sales engineers and get instant answers to any questions they may have about FitMachine. You can find LiveChat in the bottom right hand corner of our site – see below. When our team is […]

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Mark Parker

MOVUS Featured in Engineering Maintenance Solutions Magazine

The world’s leading information resource for maintenance and engineering professionals has featured MOVUS as their April/May cover story. Engineering Maintenance Solutions magazine. MOVUS recently completed a successful Series A funding round with our future plans including growth into international markets. Tim Day, MD of Isle Utilities (Australia) noted in the article: MOVUS FitMachine has come […]

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Mark Parker

MOVUS Gets Investment Injection From Australia’s Largest VC Firms To Support Growth

Queensland Industrial IoT Company Secures $4.8M From Blackbird Ventures, Telstra Ventures and Skip Capital   Brisbane, March 20 2018 – Brisbane-headquartered company MOVUS Australia, the developer of Industrial IoT (Internet of Things) sensor and machine monitoring solution, FitMachine® (‘the Fitbit® for machines’,) has secured $4.8M in Series A funding. The round, led by Blackbird Ventures, […]

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Palaszczuk Government – Funded startups inspired by trade mission of a lifetime

Eleven Queensland AgTech startups have returned from a “life changing” Tel Aviv trade mission with key strategies to bolster Queensland’s burgeoning AgTech sector. Innovation Minister Leeanne Enoch said today (Friday) the startups received funding through the Palaszczuk Government’s $420 million whole-of-government Advance Queensland initiative to travel to Israel. “This was a golden opportunity for Queensland […]

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Palaszczuk Government-backed startup secures success with activity tracker for machinery

A startup which received $100,000 in funding from the Palaszczuk Government’s Advance Queensland Ignite Ideas fund, has secured a series of major contracts ahead of this week’s international trade delegation to Tel Aviv. Movus – which developed an app-controlled sensor to monitor the health of industrial machinery and detect failures before they happen – recently […]

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