Quantify Technology (ASX:QFY) has signed a deal to roll out its smart-home electronic platform with development company Blaq Projects.

Under the exclusive three-year commitment, Blaq Projects will deploy Quantify’s home-automation devices as part of an apartment project in Wollongong, NSW.

Quantify said its devices would be installed in 267 apartments alongside two demonstration suites.

Shares in QFY rose by around 20 per cent in morning trade to 0.6c.


Expanding the market

Quantify’s core product is its qDevice, which can replace standard power outlets and allow light switches to be controlled by voice, app and touch.

It said revenue from the deal with Blaq Projects would be in excess of $500,000, and it “anticipated further orders will follow in due course”.

The Wollongong project follows a number of agreements Quantify has signed in the WA market, including a distribution deal with the Perth-based Intelligent Home Technology Centre in August.

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Quantify said its devices would initially be installed into 174 apartments across three Wollongong locations. A further 93 will be added “subject to performance”.

CEO Brett Savill said that in addition to the Blaq Projects deal, the order pipeline was looking strong.

“This is the first major agreement resulting from all the hard work over the past year, and we have moved into a new phase in Quantify’s commercialisation journey,” he said.


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