Connectivity for the Self-Storage Industry

Canopy keeps your customer's portfolio of connected self-storage devices (gates, cameras, smart locks, etc.) up and running.

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Overview

Keep critical functions running smoothly with Canopy

More and more technology is going into self-storage units, changing the way operators manage their business. Operators rely on this technology for critical functions such as access control, security and surveillance and back-office management.

When these systems don't work, your customer cannot run their business. We built Canopy, an over-the-top connectivity solution, to keep your customer's operations up and running.

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Benefits

Enhanced data visibility to detect issues early

 
Real-time Notifications

Our remote monitoring and management platform, Canopy, can be configured to send email and text notification alerts.

Personalized Dashboards

Enhanced cloud-based reporting and analytics, provide real-time and on-demand data. Monitor statuses, view metrics and track the performance of any connected devices on your property.

Automated Software Updates

Ensure software is up-to-date and reduce security vulnerabilities with Canopy. Receive alerts and perform remote actions like control overlocks, restart systems and update firmware quickly and securely.

Agnostic at the Endpoint

We know self-storage operators often have different hardware and technology across properties. Luckily, our software is device agnostic so we can connect to any existing network of devices you manage.

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A Central Hub for Your Self-Storage Operations

Canopy's powerful automations eliminate repetitive tasks and can be designed to automate the majority of your current L1 trouble shooting tasks.

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