Internet of Things Technology Expertise

The IoT stack is rapidly developing and maturing. New options, solutions, and technologies are emerging and making swift progress in response to a vast array of varying user requirements, based on different industries, price points, object sizes, processor speeds, power requirements, and networking constraints. 

While there are currently no generally accepted technology standards, we keep an eye on everything in the marketplace and in the main research and development areas. We are constantly learning, adapting, and cherry-picking new and proven technologies individually to best suit every project.

We will review your use cases, device requirements, and existing data to better understand how to create and maximise value. By doing this, we will be able to help you make better informed decisions concerning the technologies for your IoT project.

IoT Technology Stack

Development frameworks/SDK
Node.js, IoT.js, Device.js, Java and Eclipse IoT (Kura, SmartHome), Casa Jasmina, Particle, DeviceHive, openHAB
Communication protocols
Wi-Fi, USB, Serial, IPv6, cellular 2/3/4G, Bluetooth, CoAP, MQTT, Z-Wave, ZigBee, EIB, XMPP, Sigfox, LoRaWAN, AMQP, HTTP/HTTPS
Raspberry PI, Arduino, KNX, Crestron, consumer smart home hubs (Samsung, Philips, D-Link, etc.), industrial gateways (Intel, Cisco and Eurotech), ESP32 (by Espressif)
Enabled devices
Sensors: temperature, humidity, light, motion, carbon dioxide, industrial sensors
Smart Home: light and motion sensors, locks, alarm, electric curtains, air conditioners, heaters, light switches, sockets, etc.
Medical devices: glucometers, radiometers/dosimeters, moisture meters, nitrate meters, heart rate monitors, etc.
IR gateways: TVs, SAT receivers, etc. 
Other: cameras, Wi-Fi smart light bulbs, actuators (Servo), etc.