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Digital Twins as a New IoT Milestone: How Do They Work?

November 14, 2019 | 
The industrial Internet of Things makes it possible to gather various data that businesses can use to their benefit. What if we told you that such data can be used to study and improve a product even before it is launched?  How about extracting value from a product and testing all kinds of “what-if” scenarios without physical interaction? That’s exactly what Digital Twins are designed to do. Read more ...

How to Develop Software: Basic Methodologies

October 31, 2019 | 
Software helps manage whole factories and large retail stores using smartphones and computers. Apart from such hefty tasks, software allows us to do more trivial things with ease — for instance, calling a cab or ordering a pizza. The process of developing software may differ greatly as to complexity, specifications, time and budget constraints, the composition of the development team and its members’ skills, as well as the client’s needs. Different development methodologies may be needed, depending on all of those factors. Let’s review several common models. Read more ...

HQSoftware is Now a Wikitude Premium Partner

October 28, 2019 | 
HQSoftware partners with AR SDK Wikitude
Wikitude is a powerful AR Software Development Kit for iOS and Android platforms. Read more ...

IoT Tracking Technologies in a Nutshell

October 22, 2019 | 
IoT Tracking Technologies in a Nutshell
The IoT, or Internet of Things, is a progressive technology that allows for building networks of any scale that allow different types of devices to collect, process, and share data among one another and the Internet.  Tracking and tagging are among the most important features the IoT provides.   Read more ...

What Technologies Improved IoT in 2019? Major Trends

October 16, 2019 | 
The pace at which IoT systems are being adopted is impressive: as Gartner predicts, by 2020 there will be 20.6 billion connected devices, compared with just 8.4 billion in 2017. That’s all thanks to various new technologies that are contributing to connected infrastructure.  Let’s review the tech that boosted the expansion and development of Internet of Things projects in 2019. Read more ...