By 2025, more than 30 billion connected IoT devices are projected which will produce around 80 zettabytes of data. Internet of things will quickly rebrand itself as the internet of everything which will transform people, process, data, and things. And 5G will lay the foundation for the exponential growth leading to the massive machine-to-machine type communication, where we can utilize the full potential of IoT. It is pretty evident that 5G in a combination of IoT will lead to massive innovation across many different industries which will become an integral part of our lifestyle.

Over the years, our team has integrated more than 200 different kinds of sensors and devices following BLE / WiFi or GSM enabled chipset and health cloud frameworks. We have always contributed in improving productivity and scaling efficiency among different industries like :

  • Internet of medical things & wearables ( Connected ambulance, Integration of more than 20 types of remote monitoring devices like oximeter, spirometer, etc, wearables ( fitness devices to Implantable devices like pacemakers ) to Ventilator integration using ethernet-based IOT boxes.
  • SmartHome ( IFTTT and home kit integration – remote control of smart devices like dishwashers, lights, etc to smart-grid automatic switching between solar and grid-based electricity.)
  • Automobile : Ranging from integration with controllable and uncontrollable EV’s, BLE based OBD2 devices to GSM enabled sensors ( Speed, temperature, fire/smoke, humidity, oil level, and engine overheating)
  • Industrial and supply chain ( Asset management using RFID tags & sensors, remote control of equipment to monitoring sensors in machinery ( temperature, pressure and predictive maintenance)

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