IoT is making the world smarter and better than ever before by enabling every aspect of our day to day lives; in a fluffy child's toy to a serious driverless truck; from a standalone gadget to a complex network of sensor nodes interconnected in a smartcity. Tech analyst company IDC predicts that in total there will be 41.6 billion connected IoT devices by 2025.
To unlock the full potential of IoT, businesses should have a comprehensive strategy that can effectively offset the bussiness and technical challenges.
Day 1 - Day 5
Day 6 - Day 15
Restricted Functional Demo
Day 16 - Day 45
Finalising Hardware Design
Hardware Production & Assembly
Day 46 - Day 60
User Testing & Release
Post Release Support
Every IoT project has unique requirements. We are familiar with all of the major platforms and will help guide you to the best platform for your needs.
C, C++, Java, Python, Micro Python
LORA, GPRS, Zigbee, GSM, Bluetooth 4.0, WIFI, GSM
Ubuntu, Microsoft 10 IOT, Raspbian, Java Card, OpenCV
ARM, STM32, STM8, SAM8, MCS51, PIC, nodeMCU, ESP8266, ESP32, nRF51822, Raspberry Pi, ODRIOD