We're one of the pioneers of remotely monitored vending machines. Prior to remote monitoring, filling vending machines was a process of guesswork as the driver would have no idea as to the inventory sold by the machine. If sales suddenly increase on one day, the driver would have no way of knowing. This can lead to the vending machines being empty until the next scheduled service date.
With Adaria, we keep track of your machine stock remotely. By the time we come fill your machine, we know exactly how much product is needed. In fact, all items to stock are prepicked at our warehouse. Result? Your machines are always filled and working. We also analyze trends and determine how to optimize the product selection in your machine. If a certain product isn’t selling, we can identify that and swap it out with another product.
Many consumers in today's society are no longer carrying cash. In fact, we were one of the first companies to debut cashless payments on vending back in 2010. Since then, cashless payments have eclipsed cash.
Adaria is pleased to accept credit and debit card transactions at all our vending machines. In addition, our card readers have the ability to accept campus cards, ensuring users will be able to pay with their preferred method of payment.
Our cashless payment system features a bright 3.5" display, and supports all major credit and debit cards and mobile wallets such as Apple Pay and Google Pay.
Adaria uses CleanLife™ LED lighting solutions on all its snack machines that do not already come with LED lights installed at the factory. CleanLife LED consumes up to 80% less energy and lasting up to 25 times longer than traditional types of lighting. CleanLife LED lights are environmentally friendly as they do not contain mercury or any other hazardous substances, are glass free, are made of 100% recyclable materials, and do not emit IR or ultraviolet radiation.
Of course, an added bonus to LED lights is that it saves your location money in electrical costs! It adds up especially if you consider that vending machine lights are typically on 24/7.
Our Helix™ and Curve™ vendors also come with motion sensors, and they can be programmed to turn off lights when no motion is detected.
Our vending machines feature product delivery sensors, which guarantee that selected items are properly delivered to the customer. An infrared emitter at the bottom of the bin detects product delivery. In the event that a product is not delivered (i.e. gets stuck), the vending machine will try up to 3 times to dispense the product.
If the sensor is still unable to detect product, the machine will provide the user an immediate refund.