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Case Studies

Madison has collaborated with some of the biggest names in Australia to create well connected solutions. Below is a series of case studies showcasing a range of solutions and industries. If you have any questions or would like to know more about any of these projects, please contact us.

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  • Custom Cable for Lane Cove Tunnel

    Due to the risk of possible accidents in the tunnel, all cable specifications in the initial tender called for Low Smoke Zero Halogen Sheath or 2 Hour Fire Rated cable. Madison Technologies was able to manufacture a custom made cable, designed to match UGI’s specific requirements.

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  • Upgrades for a World-Leading Bank

    A leading, global Swiss bank proposed an expansion of their already successful financial and investment service in Australia to meet growing demand for their expertise.Challenge was to ensure the recommended system fully met the bank’s need of maximum stability and minimum interference.

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  • ABN Amro Disaster Recovery Centre

    ABN AMRO in Australia and New Zealand is a leading provider of investment and wholesale banking products and services to corporate, institutional and government clients.Challenge was to install an 1800 point 10 Gigabit Cat6A S/FTP data solution in 8 weeks.

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  • Cabling the CLEM7

    The 6.8km Clem7 Tunnel is one of the largest infrastructure projects ever to be undertaken in Qld. More than 250 cameras, optical fibre equal to 23 times the length of the tunnel and a state of the art system of cables was designed to isolate potential problems, enabling continuity of traffic communication via signals, speed signs, warnings and other messaging without interruption.

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  • CV Services - Intelligent Transport Systems

    CV Services needed a reliable industrial Ethernet solution that had the capacity to run all of the communications for the Intelligent Transport System. This system would include the variable speed signs, warning signs, traffic signs and CCTV cameras throughout the 8km stretch.

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  • Invensys Rail Signalling Network

    Invensys were commissioned by KiwiRail Network to provide the signalling works as a part of the $500 million Auckland Metropolitan Resignalling Project. Invensys approached Madison Technologies to recommend and supply backbone network technology for the signalling and communications systems.

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  • Hamer Hall - Structured Cabling

    The Hamer Hall Redevelopment required a reliable and state of the art structured cabling solution which would provide high speed networking for all the data and communications, audio visual, broadcast, and automation technology on the one network.

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  • Rebel Sport gets a digital signage makeover

    Rebel Sport determined that digital signage would be most practical placed in the centre, mounted along a conveniently located balcony that spanned the entire store. 

    Once this site was determined, they had to not only provide something that was visually appealing and dynamic, but also ensure that whatever solution the chose, technology-wise, would be low-maintenance and have low running costs.  There was no point in creating something spectacular unless the concept was also practical and low maintenance.

    Madison Technologies was approached to provide recommendations based on the technical and aesthetic requirements of the digital signage project.

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  • Queensland Museum finds its way with Digital Signage

    Project Overview

    The $14.3 million Queensland Museum refurbishment program was undertaken in conjunction with maintenance works and was designed to enhance access for visitors with a new light-filled entry space on Grey Street, a new internal lift, replacement of escalators and new stairs between gallery levels (Cultural Centre South Bank, 2011).

    As a part of the refurbishment, Queensland Museum wanted to improve the wayfinding and internal promotional capabilities of the museum. With a new layout and new exhibitions scheduled, the Queensland Museum had a unique opportunity to capitalise on new technologies and implement a state of the art digital signage system.  

    Queensland Museum wanted the digital signage system to: 

    • display wayfinding information
    • display admission pricing
    • promote upcoming and current events
    • acknowledge the Museum's benefactors

    After preliminary research, Queensland Museum approached Madison Technologies to propose and deliver a digital signage solution that would meet its requirements. 

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  • Perfect WiFi for Mining Camps

    The Origin Gas Gathering Village, built by Hutchinson Builders, is located at Condabri, outside of Miles in western Queensland. HSE needed an efficient and effective network that could offer FIFO workers total Wi-Fi coverage for smart technologies such as Skype, Apple Facetime and social networks.

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  • Reliable USB extension for Epson

    Epson’s Visual Imaging Department was struggling to find a reliable USB extension system that would work with the latest addition to the range. The Epson MeetingMate Series is designed for corporate boardroom and meeting room applications, and offers easy collaboration. Luckily, the Icron Ranger came to the rescue.

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