” Armarac was created as an answer to the real-life operational requirements of a multinational project management company “
Who invented Armarac?
Darren Smith and Ross Vincent founded the company in 2005, establishing its headquarters in Auckland, New Zealand. Research and development was conducted in New Zealand and Australia with production components now sourced globally to meet stringent quality and delivery demands. They head a dynamic and enthusiastic international team promoting Armarac technology to the global marketplace.
What drove the development of the Armarac?
The Armarac enclosure was created as an answer to the real-life operational requirements of a multinational project management company with two key needs:
- To deploy a complete temporary remote project office quickly and efficiently without onsite support, and
- To protect and secure the equipment against environmental damage and human interference to ensure reliable ongoing operation.
Discovering that there was nothing available in the market to satisfy even their most basic requirements, and capitalizing on their engineering, operations, and IT backgrounds, Ross and Darren developed the concept and design that would meet their own demanding specifications – and those of the industry in general.
The team continues to refine the design in response to new applications and customer feedback.
We welcome your ideas on how the Armarac could be enhanced for your needs.