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.
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.Check Out
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
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.
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:
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: