Kiandra was handed a screenshot and wireframes to develop Mondo’s water monitoring concept. The key features of the application included household usage, targets, average daily/monthly usage, and the ability to track usage over time.
Mondo worked closely with Kiandra’s Senior Power Platform Consultant, William Cornwill to bring the concept to life and meet the functionality requirements they needed.
Mondo’s Solution Architect, Robert Novella says, “We didn’t have a solid idea of how some of the functionality would work – this included the ability to detect leaks or alert of any issues. William just took a few conversations and the idea and was able to design the application.”
“He put himself in the mind of the end-user and was able to adapt the design to suit without making it a complex process,” Robert said.
Mondo utilised a water logging device that is part of the Cumulocity IoT environment at Telstra, which is used to capture and store water usage every 15 minutes for devices.
Kiandra developed an extraction of the data from Cumulocity into Microsoft Dataverse using a .NET Azure Function Application and a Microsoft Power Apps Canvas App to show the water usage reports to end consumers.
“We started with a screenshot and, working with Kiandra, were able to create version 1 of a system integrated to Telstra quickly into the hands of our users for further testing.”