The Internet of Things
The Internet of Things, or IoT, refers to the billions of physical devices connected to the internet and collecting and exchanging data around the world. It's now feasible to turn everything, from a toaster to a building, into a part of the Internet of Things, thanks to the advent of cheap computer chips and the widespread availability of wireless networks.
Connecting these various products and attaching sensors to them gives devices that would otherwise be dumb a level of digital intelligence, allowing them to convey real-time data without involving a person. The internet of things is merging the digital and physical universes, in turn making the world around us smarter and more resilient.
IoT ecosystems are becoming increasingly complex. Device to device exchange of data without a human intermediary is experiencing massive growth. Digital security risk is present at every step of the IoT journey. We can help guide your team through their IoT journey and recommend which IoT security mechanisms should be implemented at each step of the proecess.
Sensors are essential to creating IoT enabled solutions. Sensors help detect external information and convey that information in the form of signals which are readable by humans and machines. Sensors have made it possible to collect data in virtually any situation, and they are currently employed in a variety of industries, including medical care, nursing care, industrial, logistics, transportation, agricultural, disaster protection, tourism, regional enterprises, and many more.
Ultra WideBand Technology
UWB is a short range radio based communication technology that allows for fast and consistent data transmission. This is the technology of choice for indoor spatial recognition and dimension mapping because of its precision, transmission speed and dependability.
UWB has enabled centimeter level precision in locating objects. This technology makes a new range of use cases and solutions possible.