internet of things

IoT and Mobility Analytics

The Internet of Things (IoT) has permeated every aspect of our lives with smart home appliances, wearable devices, vehicles and industrial machines. Businesses are continuously finding new and innovative ways to use IoT to gather data, aid in automation strategies and remotely control devices.

These sensors/devices connect to the cloud through a variety of methods including: cellular, satellite, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and low-power wide-area networks (LPWAN). Once the data gets to the cloud, the data is processed, and if certain conditions are met can cause an event to occur. The event can then trigger a number of actions to happen such as sending an alert or automatically performing an action. Frequently, the data is funneled into a data warehouse where complex analytics are performed for greater business intelligence.

Short-Range IoT

Short-Range Communication
Wearables
Smart Homes
High Privacy Requirements
Non-centralized Security

Critical IoT

High Reliablity
Healthcare
Autonomous Vehiches
Drones
High Secuirty
High Privacy
Standardized IoT Devices
Centralized Security Management

Delay-Tolerant IoT

Intermittent Connectivity
Low bandwidth and long-range communication
Smart Agriculture
Smart Weather Monitoring
Centralized Security Management
Highly Scalable Authentication Mechanism

Large-Scale IoT

Risk Identification
High and Scalable Security
Smart City
Centralized Security Management
Highly Scalable Authentication Mechanism