Go beyond basic device management. With Canopy’s custom KPI’s, you gain real-time visibility into the health of your devices and, with a custom dashboard, you can track performance and measure business impact. Manage all of your devices, locations, customers, transactions and other aspects that may be unique to your business.
When it comes to the Internet of Things, Banyan makes it happen. We bridge the gap between business and technology by working as a trusted partner to companies operating large networks of unattended devices or equipment.
Canopy provides businesses with all of the tools necessary to manage and monitor a network at scale from a single centralized management platform.
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Leaf, an easily extensible software agent, ensures secure device instrumentation within the Canopy IoT platform. It runs on any base operating system/device hardware platform. Leaf can be leveraged to centrally manage the distribution of software updates out to the Leaf agents that reside on the network of device endpoints. Also, it allows an operator to securely and safely execute remote commands on devices. Leaf runs on current versions of Linux, Windows and Mac OS. It supports both 32 and 64-bit architectures, including Intel® x86, ARM and MIPS chipsets.
Upon installation, Leaf automatically begins sending common data attributes like memory, CPU temperature, available physical disc space and more to the Canopy Enterprise. Leaf can easily be extended to obtain additional attributes.
Flexible device monitoring and interaction through an easily adaptable software agent (Leaf) that runs on any base operating system/device hardware platform. Device components can be locally controlled through the Canopy Hardware Abstraction Layer (HAL) to enable customer interaction.
Canopy’s Software Distribution service is coupled with Leaf so that it can be leveraged to centrally manage the distribution of software updates out to the Leaf agents that reside on the network of device endpoints.
Complex event processing for predictive analytics on data flowing through the platform.
Canopy supports multi-tenant hierarchies, enabling operators to manage security credentials and user permissions. Set up roles and assign access to internal operators (e.g. franchisees) employees and partners. Brand Canopy with your logo and accent color.Let's Talk
The location and device management modules let you manage the entire life cycle of a device. Predict failures before they occur and take preventative actions to protect your technology investments and keep things running smoothly.
Canopy provides an operator with a centralized web portal.
A feature-rich user interface to help manage the implementation.
Track customizable, detailed information about your locations.
Track information on all of your connected devices.
Canopy has customer relationship management (CRM) capabilities.
Monitor and manage device transactions and revenue.
Securely transact from a device via your chosen processor.
Gain visibility into your inventory levels across the network.
Automate tasks through an easy-to-use framework.
Create rich marketing campaigns that deliver promotional content.
Canopy provides an integrated incident management solution.
Canned and analytic reporting capabilities are available.
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