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Internet of Things: Digital Future Is Here
We develop applications for IoT technologies. Our apps are characterized by high speed of work stability and increased integration with the system.
Our Internet company develop software for efficient work with data collected from various devices.
Expert knowledge in the field of IoT development allows us to provide reliable and continuous data flow between devices, applications and the Internet.
IoT Apps Features for Different Industries
- Wireless sensors, non-contact diagnostics, machine vision
- Visualization of the parameters of the equipment operation, calculation of resources of sections / units / machines
- Monitoring of equipment and storage systems, smart shelving, refrigerators, trolleys
- Tracking and creation of "thermal maps" of the movement of visitors, including by means of beacons
Transport and logistic
- Search and optimization of routes, including in real time mode
- Tracking of assets (cargo, luggage) during transportation
Oil and gas
- Integration, processing and analysis of large amounts of data from deposits
- Monitoring of oil and gas storage facilities to prevent accidents and leaks
Professional solutions and fast MVP
iOT is a new industry, so the testing of product hypotheses should be quick. In our company, the development process is built in such a way that you get MVP as quickly as possible.
We work on the system SCRUM and use the best practice of developing iOT applications. You are always aware of the development process and influence the functions that are being developed.
iOT Software Development
Our team creates applications for the Internet of things. We use Android Things, we develop individual solutions.
iOT promises to be a new platform, which is already used in such industries:
- "Smart cities" and "smart houses"
iOT development is also called m2m development (Machine-to-Machine). Simplified, this is a system in which devices exchange data among themselves without human intervention.
This can be an enterprise security system, a smart home system or an accounting system for a logistics company.
How Mobile Applications Affect the Internet of Things
With the growing globalization, connecting various types of gadgets to the Internet and managing them using a smartphone no one else is surprised. What is the role of mobile applications in the Internet of Things projects?
The volume of the IoF market is growing rapidly since 2009. According to Statista, the world IoT market will reach a volume of 1.7 trillion dollars. With the development of this technology, the world receives a wide range of new concepts, such as smart cities, as well as cars and toys connected to the Internet. Mobile applications play an important role in the IoT. They act as an interface that allows users to interact with physical gadgets with the support of IoT. Therefore, with the growth of this market, the development of mobile applications is also expanding. In the near future, we are likely to see a huge transformation of what people are used to in their daily lives. That's why manufacturers need to take into account some important aspects in order to derive maximum benefit from the new technological direction.
What is the Internet of Things?
IoT is a concept to connect physical gadgets to the World Wide Web and to each other. This term includes a wide range of devices, from appliances to automobiles, and even buildings that make up the term "smart city". In addition, IoT can also refer to the components of the technique. So an aircraft jet engine connected to the Internet can send performance data to a portable device so that engineers can set up this engine or detect its faults in a timely manner. Gartner forecasts that by 2020 there will be more than 26 billion connected devices. That is, IoT is a huge network of connected gadgets that transmit various data.
Why Connected Devices Need to Send Data
In one of his articles Wired described one of the most important problems of IoT. It is a concept in which not all gadgets must be connected to the Internet. Each device must collect and exchange data only if it is really necessary. A specific goal, determined by the utility for the customer, can be the only reason for connecting the device to the web.
When it comes to the Internet of things in production, built-in sensors can improve efficiency and significantly reduce costs in the production of materials. For example, a company called "Concrete Sensors" uses a device integrated into concrete to monitor the condition of the material. Its innovation saves customers about $ 370,000 for each floor with an investment of only $ 30,000. Either way, connected gadgets need an endpoint that will extract, process, and display data. Now mobile applications are mainly used as end points for streaming music, entertainment for users or to help them interact with their friends via social networks. However, mobile applications can also act as a gateway.
The IoT, as a rule, has a simpler architecture than portable devices. They require an endpoint with which they can send data. As a result, the endpoints can track different values, such as the door opening state of the house: open or closed, to transfer this data to the software for further analysis. Therefore, connected gadgets and applications are inseparable, since the latter provide an analysis tool and a user interface for delivering processed data to end users.
Where is the Internet of Things Used?
In recent years, the number of applications for interaction with IoT has increased significantly, which has begun to strongly influence the development of the Internet of things. In our opinion, applications are one of the most significant growth factors for the IoT trend. Applications are more than just a tool for companies that are engaged in the technology of the Internet of things and are striving to create more intelligent gadgets aimed at improving most aspects of people's lives.
Learning in a Game form
Connected gadgets can entertain people and can partially replace the need in pets. Cozmo is a small intelligent robot with a personality with artificial emotions. In fact, this is an interactive toy that helps owners learn the program.
The robot has its own CPU, which determines the behavior of the toy. At the same time, if learning things are connected to a specific mobile app, which processes most operations and commands using artificial intelligence, this can be trained through the same app.
The Cozmo app connects your portable device to the robot via Wi-Fi. Cozmo itself can not connect to the web, but it requires Wi-Fi, because it provides more bandwidth than Bluetooth. The robot establishes the secure network, to which the user must connect each time the app is launched.
Remote Communication Between a Pet and its Owner
PetChatz is an interactive system that allows pet owners to communicate with pets using audio and video from anywhere in the world. PetChatz also allows pet owners to play games with friends or get a good prize. With this device, how you can call your pet, so he can call your app by clicking the button that starts the connection. With this device and app, you can always keep in touch with your pet wherever you are. This system, incidentally, is similar to the famous device PetCube, successfully received funding through the crowdfunding campaign.
Smart home is another concept of the IoT. By connecting home apps to the Internet, you get full control over your home gadgets functions. By connecting to the Internet, IoT applications can send push notifications to the smartphone and allow users to configure and turn on / off systems when they are away from home.
One such system is SmartHouse-KNX, with which you can be sure that the light is off, the curtains are lowered, the hob is turned off, the heating is off, and the alarm system is activated. Using this tech, you can manage any electrical device in your house via an app. This allow property owners save up to 40% of annual energy consumption, while saving about a thousand euros, and significantly improve home security.
Don’t Postpone Your Development
With the expansion of smartphones becoming more extensive and the ability to interconnect with the Internet, the development of the IoT has created a large market demand for mobile programs for the management of connected devices. Therefore, technology companies must consider new opportunities to conquer parts of the new big market.
The formation of a broad mobile network is one of many aspects of how mobile app development evolves through the Internet of things. Mobile software have a significant impact on the IoT industry, providing convenient, timely and effective ways to manage connected devices. Therefore, technology companies must hurry to become one of the first innovators in the IoT, and our development company can help you with this. Our IoF development team has a lot of experience in creating mobile apps from scratch for iOS and Android, so do not hesitate to contact us with your internet project.