Internet Of Things
The Internet of Things is a network of connected devices (Things) that can communicate with each other using local networks or the internet and machine to machine communication protocols. IoT devices normally have sensors attached to them, and even Artificial Intelligence models that monitor and analyse the physical environment around them. IoT devices are usually constrained, meaning they have low computing resources, and data processing is generally done on the edge.
IoT networks have their own local storage and communication brokers, or utilize cloud services to send and store the data captured on them. A network that is entirely local is more beneficial as network owners have full control over their data, and the cost of the network is reduced.
I have been involved with IoT development since 2014 when I was awarded an Intel Galileo by Microsoft for one of my project ideas for the Microsoft Developer Program for IoT, since then I have worked mostly on IoT devices & networks combined with AI models such as computer vision and natural language understanding engines, that could be controlled by custom built management systems and application. In 2017 after winning the Intel Experts Award at the Intel/Microsoft IoT World Congress Hackathon, I was invited to join the Intel Software Innovators Program, since then I have focused on working on IoT/AI hybrid networks/devices & applications.
I can provide entirely custom built Internet of Things solutions based on your specific requirements, or applications based on my open-source projects. My IoT solutions can be integrated with a number of my other services such as web development solutions, content management systems, business administration systems, Artificial Intelligence/Virtual & Mixed Reality or Blockchain solutions.
View my Internet Of Things service categories below to find out more about the services I offer in this category. Alternatively, if you require entirely unique solution, your project can be developed per your design and development brief. This option will be more expensive, and the price will be based on your development specifications.