We will work with you to come up with a realistic expectation from the project and its scope. We will also estimate the project timeline and cost, list out the resources required, and outline any risks involved.
During strategy planning, we will research your business use cases and devise a high-level strategy for optimum impact. We will then break down the strategy into bite-sized action items to meet the timelines.
We will shortlist high-value tech components to ensure they are compatible with your business use cases and align with other variables such as shop floor temperature, light, vibration, or humidity.
Based on the preliminary planning, we will visually map and connect the devices together to prototype an early version of the IoT solution. This will help us test the devices’ responsiveness and analyze any gaps before launching the final solution.
At this stage, we will configure the user application to set control algorithms, embed sensors, and set up gateways to enable data exchange between the various IoT devices. We will continue the security testing even after the launch to monitor and remediate any process anomalies.
We will test and monitor the apps’ performance, fix bugs and patches, and offer our support on an as-needed basis.
We’ll continue monitoring the solution in an ongoing capacity and provide support as needed.
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