We’ve gained our IoT application development experience mainly by providing high quality solutions for eHealthcare, fitness & wellness, manufacturing, and automotive industries, and can easily replicate some of our solution components for literally any industry and vertical!
IoT in Agriculture
The IoT could be key to the farming industry increasing food production by 70%. By collecting data from various sources such as animal RFID tags, farming equipment, processing food plants applications, logistics operators, etc., TCC&R products can be developed to identify the origin and improve product quality. The most in-demand IoT solutions that will help streamline smart agriculture are:
- Products to track livestock and supplies
- Integrated solutions to help build and monitor smart irrigation systems and reduce water consumption, augment crops productivity, track and enable water tariffing, detect unauthorized consumption of resources, etc.
- Mobile apps for fertilization, disease and yield management
IoT in Automotive
Today’s connected car offers many IoT innovations: they feed mapping software for route optimization, trigger maintenance alerts, provide safety overrides to avoid collision, enable autonomous (self-driving) functions and much more! The data derived here creates potential to create cross marketing opportunities with insurance companies, health providers and consumer products. The possibilities of how our car usage can serve our lives, is exponentially expanded by data “driven” from everyday use.See More
IoT in Aviation
IoT has the potential to revolutionize safety and security services and products in the near future. One way IoT products and devices can do this is by identifying counterfeit elements and products that arrive like unproven or unsupported parts. So if the product isn’t guaranteed of approval, it will be a violation of aviation aircraft security standards.
With the aid of the technological advances enabled by the IoT, the aviation industry will be able to eliminate air accidents that occur as a result of counterfeit parts. Further, it will significantly reduce the manpower and the time it takes to approve aircraft parts. At the present moment, verification is conducted manually by inspecting accompanying documents which can be easily forged.
Right now, Intersog® is building a disruptive IoT technology to enable speech-to-text (STT) for pilots.See More
IoT in Consumer ElectronicsToday, a key route to gaining customer intimacy and operational efficiency is through the data that electronics devices provide. With billions of people connected by billions of smart objects and devices, this data represents a wealth of untapped resources that electronics companies are just starting to understand. It’s not just the volume of data that is exploding, but also the variety, velocity, and veracity that are growing exponentially.
However, a majority of electronics companies are unprepared to manage the impact of all this data and make use of an IoT solution as a strategic business tool. More IoT offerings are needed to bring electronics to the next “smart” level. A few App examples that are likely to disrupt the way we interact with consumer electronics gadgets are:
- Apps for operational equipment and consumer electronics that collect and analyze data from all connected devices to identify trends and issues, predict outcomes and lend certainty to decision making
- Apps to work in a cloud-based environment to collect consumer usage data and help electronics manufacturers improve their products and services. For example, TP Vision that manufactures Philips TV brand uses such data to constantly update the smart TV home screens and personalize interaction with users
- Apps for wearables and smart devices such as helmet heads-up display, smart desk or fashionable personal alarm
IoT in Healthcare
From a healthcare perspective, wearables and smart pills can transmit data about your health in real time to your physician and hospital to help provide better healthcare services. At the same time, this data can be used by other enterprises like insurance companies and digital marketing agencies, which can get really unpleasant and complicated. As a result, experts and government personnel need to develop clear guidelines to ascertain how the data can be used and to what extent.
- Smart prescription bottles that help patients stick with their Rx regimen via a wireless chip to calibrate weight changes, send alerts to loved ones;
- Wearable trackers with alarms and integrated sensors that allow for tracking your family’s routine and give a piece of mind for their safety by alerting you each time a serious disruption is detected in their normal schedule;
- Apps to manage wearable sensors that can remotely read patient’s biometrics such as heart rate, activity levels or ECG, send the data to the physician and track the health state and progress of treatment
- Apps that provide reminder notifications, automate refills and alert physicians to renew prescriptions
- Infant monitoring apps that provide parents with real-time information about their baby’s physical state (e.g., breathing, body position, temperature) and activity levels right on the smartphone;
- Ingestible pill sensors powered by contact with user’s stomach fluid that communicate a signal determining the timing of taking a pill and identifying the pill. This data is then transferred to a patch worn on user’s skin and can be accessed by both a patient and their doctor.
IoT in Smart Metering
Smart meters can be remotely controlled and read by the IoT platforms that are integrated into company’s IT infrastructure. Using mobile IoT apps users can:
- Set up and monitor pre-paid systems for a more flexible pricing
- Monitor remotely and maintain electric equipment in order to minimize network failure and reduce operating cost
- Use data from smart thermostats, real-time weather forecasts and the actual in-house daily activity to minimize network failure and reduce operating cost
- Use web enabled lights as an ambient data display and a way to reduce electricity use or secure your home while you’re away
IoT in Home Automation
Home Automation IoT products can track if a water pipe has burst in your basement, if there’s motion inside your home while you’re away, etc. and send automated alerts via text or emails when an incident occurs. Additional use cases include:
- Monitor and manage door locks, security systems and motion sensor cameras;
- Monitor and control IoT electric appliances in the office / enterprise or home, set up smart switching schedules, detect devices that suck energy while not in use but plugged-in and cut utility bills;
- Track keys, remote controls and other objects in the house;
- Manage smart outlets; measure and record power usage of any device, etc
Our aim is to help your organization explore and set a solid footprint in the IoT ecosystem. We will not only develop your IoT application, but aid with:
- your market research,
- putting together your IoT product’s technical requirements specification,
- creating action plan,
- prototyping your product for target user feedback, fundraising and/or decisionmakers’ buy-in
- suggesting on monetization models, etc