Case study

Internet of Things

Designing of Internet of things where it promises new opportunities for smoother process and time efficiency in day to day life and set to have a huge role in the future for your business & society.

01Over View

Internet of Things (IOT) is a straggling set of technologies that has no clear, single definition. In this exploding Internet of things (IOT), users, things and cloud services connect using the internet to enable new business models across multiple markets & applications.

Consumer products, durable goods, industrial and utility components, sensors, and other everyday objects are being connected with Internet and powerful data analytic capabilities that promise to transform the way we work, live, and play.

02The Challenges

Security Concerns - If the IOT devices are poorly secured, cyber attackers will use them as entry points to cause harm to other devices in the network,this will lead to loss of personal data.

Standard issue - IOT devices will need to invest a lot of money and time to create standardized protocols or else it will delay product deployment.

Seclusion issues - As the devices are connected to the internet these devices collect user data without their permission creating seclusion issues.

Emanating economy & development issues- While in this exploding internet of things it emanates the economy and causing development issues.

03Technology

04App Designing

  • Sketch the wireframes after receiving response from the clients.

  • Send the proposal to the client.

  • Design the app after the client is satisfied with the wireframes.

  • Final Implementation and proper execution.

05The Solution

Flexible security- If your system has alerted you of a security breach, you can issue a voice command over your phone to detain the suspect.

Intelligence based analytics- Through IOT based surveillance; you get intelligence based reports that let you compare your various sites with each other on predefined metrics.

Develop a broader mindset for IOT privacy- Encryption is the first line of defense for IOT but companies should also evaluate how security best practices in other areas such as identity and authentication will offer additional safeguards.