Category Archives: Parcel machines

DelyMate – communication using Spring, RabbitMQ and JSON

The Viaboxx DelyMate product consists of separate subsystems that need a communication infrastructure to exchange messages. The DelyMate client is a Java/Groovy-program running on the delivery machine to open the lockers and to handle the interaction with the user at the machine, e.g. to process input from the touch screen. The DelyMate server is a…
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First DelyMate brought into service by Viaboxx

After one year of intense development, Viaboxx, together with their customer BWSG, released the first DelyMate at the beginning of December 2017. The accessible and automated parcel delivery system, DelyMate, was installed in a large, newly constructed apartment building with a total of 187 apartments in Lower Austria's provincial capital St. Pölten. This model consists…
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My bachelor thesis at Viaboxx

We at Viaboxx are always interested in new technologies or ideas. Therefore, we actively support students who want to do their bachelor or master thesis in our company. Below you'll find a commentary from our latest student, Benedikt Kiefer, who wrote about parcel stations and sensors to detect parcels in compartment boxes: [caption id="attachment_2622" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Experimental setup with…
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The Making of an Event-driven Stateless GUI

For the last few months we’ve been working hard on a new invention here at Viaboxx Systems, and now we think it’s time to tell the world about our recent accomplishments. A lot of the stuff we do at work goes into creating GUIs for touch-screens, like the ones you find on ticket-machines and ATMs.…
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