Our IoT Solutions
Our solution approach is aligned to core areas of the asset value chain, helping organizations accelerate time to market and increase cost savings. Our solution categories cater to the unique needs of connected users, connected products, connected infrastructure, and connected operations.From security challenges to high customer risk risks, these five factors are a major concern for the growth and development of the Internet of Things. Winning will be the key to building lasting productivity and prosperity through this amazing technology.
Ask any security expert about the 21st century heads and they may be bringing in IoT devices. The reason? In terms of cyber security, IoT devices greatly increase the “attack area,” or the number of potential cyber criminals to gain access to a secure network .Cybercriminals don’t have to break the plastic space of the IoT device to access sensitive objects. They can simply fine-tune their way through one of the many security problems found throughout IoT. Many IoT devices with default passwords are left unchanged, uninstalled software and other serious security risks.
New technological waves often enter the mainstream of competitors trying to gain market share, and IoT certainly is not. This can be good news, as competition creates increased consumer preferences, but it can also create complications for compliance. Home networks are one area where the problem of compatibility is approaching. Bluetooth has long been a compatible medium for IoT devices
Communication is a bigger challenge for IoT than you might expect. As the size of the IoT market grows exponentially, some experts are concerned that high-bandwidth IoT systems such as video streaming will soon compete for space in the current IoT customer model. That’s because the client-client model uses a centralized server to verify and direct traffic to IoT networks. However, as more and more devices become connected to these networks, they are constantly struggling to carry the load.
It is often said that it is better to promise less and move on. Many IoT manufacturers have learned the hard way; IoT startups often fail and leave customers confused behind. When customer expectations and product reality are not the same, the consequences can be systemic failure, orphan technology and lost productivity.
An important opportunity is the ability to predict needs before they occur and act accurately based on data from the IoT network. The data collected can be used to create historical patterns that predict and put you in front of problems before they occur.