IoT according to IMHOIT

Internet of things

Just as individuals generate information through interaction with others, the electronic devices that accompany us on a daily basis are also capable of generating and sharing it so that efficient use and control schemes can be designed.

There can be many scopes, whether it be energy savings, optimization of the use of cultivated land, accident or disaster prevention tasks involving both material damage and loss of human lives, and much more.

IoT (Internet of Things) is a concept that refers to the communication between electronic devices that, although used by humans almost every day, were not made with the purpose of communicating and interacting with each other. The Internet of Things is made for "our things" to communicate and provide us with the product of this interaction.

Internet of Things is made for
"our things" to communicate with each other, something they were not made for, and provide us with the product of this interaction.

We are oriented as an R+D+i company, to the development of innovative products that use IoT to be applied in activities that produce and distribute food, oil & gas, mining, automotive industry, transportation, health and more, with emphasis on early detection of failures, contingency resolution, efficiency in the use of the resources, food preservation, optimization of the use of own resources, occupational risk prevention and environmental conservation, to name a few scopes.

We believe that anticipation, rapid resolution, savings and prevention are extremely important factors.are extremely important factors. When these points are not adequately considered or developed, they lead to the generation of fortuitous events that can have the worst impact on the economy, both for companies and states. as well as states.

The data sent by the devices or nodes (telemetry) are displayed using a wide variety of formats or widgets (tables, line graphs, analog indicators, etc.) on special graphical interfaces called dashboards. From there, actuators or other remote control elements can be operated, which can even be manual or automatic according to previously established rules.

With more than 60 billion devices expected to be connected online in less than five years, security at the device level is a must. IoT device developments must be protected against attacks and must be able to be securely managed for the life of the product. To address this, the entire product lifecycle must be considered. We address IoT security requirements from product design to implementation.

Regardless of the number of IoT devices that are deployed, it is necessary to have a centralized and unified system that allows not only the remote management of the devices, but also their configuration, security, updates and maintenance of the control logic of the sensors and actuators.

The growth in the number of types of IoT devices for solutions of the most varied nature, surprises every day with the possibilities of innovation of each activity that you want to control, ensure, improve and so on. Such solutions range from extremely complex industrial processes that are dangerous for human life, to others where what is sought to prevail is convenience, efficiency and reliability.efficiency and cost reduction.duction of costs.

Because the universe of possibilities that IoT devices offer is so vast, an analysis that starts withith the universe of possibilities that IoT devices offer being so vast, an analysis that starts with adequate prototypes, lays the groundwork for an efficient design, aligns multiple variables and considers the entire development cycle from inception to full deployment and maintenance, will be the difference between a successful project and one that falls by the wayside.