At Elenium efficiency is at the core of what we do and how we work with environmental efficiency being very much part of this.
Different where it matters
Being a young company means we can ensure an environmentally sustainable approach from the outset rather than having to retrofit our practices to become sustainable. Our new Elenium factory will be powered by 370 solar panels and will supply all of our energy needs and feedback into the local grid.
Within our offices, we do not use disposable cutlery, crockery or mugs but prefer to equip our kitchen with utensils and equipment while providing healthy lunches to the team each Friday, with meals that appeal to our extremely diverse workforce.
For our growing global team, we advocate working from home. According to Webex, home working contributes to a decrease in greenhouse gas emissions of 54 million tons annually across the globe.
Partnerships for good
We have chosen our partners carefully, Amazon Web Services (AWS) has a long-term goal to power their global infrastructure using 100% renewable energy. On average, AWS customers use 77% fewer servers, 84% less power, and utilize a 28% cleaner power mix, for a total reduction in carbon emissions of 88% from using the AWS Cloud instead of operating their own data centres. Together, we launched our Voyager solution in partnership with Etihad Airways leveraging the cloud, artificial intelligence and voice providing a more sustainable and paperless option.
Efficiency drives our portfolio development. Our highly efficient kiosks are designed to be energy efficient. As the better part of our fleet is portable, we needed to build and implement components that last the maximum number of hours in an industrial environment. This approach enabled us to design equipment that draws minimum power while providing longer use time. All of our kiosk batteries are recycled. Our bags drops and gates are designed in the same way, with components that are energy efficient and where possible produced from recycled materials.
At Elenium we aim to contribute to the circular economy by reducing the materials used and needed and using technology to gain greater efficiencies for us and our customers.
Leading the way
Cotton On partners with Elenium Automation
Australia’s largest global retailer adopts game-changing homegrown medical approved health screening technology to protect its people and operations.Read More
Gateway back to normal
Elenium’s HealthGate was featured on Seven Network’s Sunrise, highlighting how this medical device is getting people back to work and events safely.Read More
Australian made high-tech, touchless health screening to help protect and reassure is now approved for roll out
Elenium Automation this week became the first company in Australia to be granted regulatory approval for its fever detection kiosk, HealthGate as a medical device.Read More
Keep workplaces safe with HealthGate
In a recent survey over 70% of people stated they are more comfortable entering a public space that has health screening technology and wanted additional health screening in place alongside a vaccine.Read More
Combatting COVID: Australians will admit to feeling ill if they knew they will be health screened
Australians say they would admit to experiencing flu-like symptoms if they knew they would be screened upon arrival at an event.Read More
Elenium Automation Recognised by Frost & Sullivan as a Global Technology Innovation Leader in Airport Self-service Innovation
“Elenium’s systems are highly intuitive, capable of working in both light and dark environments, and importantly, provide passengers with limited mobility a seamless airport experience.”Read More
Elenium Automation achieves AWS Travel and Hospitality Competency status
This designation recognizes that Elenium Automation has demonstrated deep experience helping customers transform their business from behind-the-scenes operational efficiencies to guest-facing customer experiences.Read More
Factory employees find HealthGate intuitive & enjoyable to use
The Elenium touchless vital sign detection podium was recently trialled at two factory premises and the feedback on the experience was that it was “intuitive to understand and easy to use, even for people with limited technical skills”.Read More
In the press: Nanotech self-service with Micro-X and Monash University
Micro-X have won two grants from the US Department of Homeland Security worth $5.6 million to develop a self-service baggage scanner and a self-service passenger check-in portal. One of the grants has been awarded in association with Elenium Automation and Monash University.Read More
More to accuracy than meets the eye
With many temperature reading devices on the market using a variety of technologies and pricing how do you decide which solution is best for your business?Read More