When delivering an IoT solution, it becomes difficult to develop software applications for the solution in parallel with the hardware. In the IoT market, it is imperative to build and deliver a solution quickly. Unfortunately, this often leads to inadequately tested backend systems. The only way to ensure backend systems are fully tested is via realistic device simulation. There is no need to wait for hardware to be complete, or tested in production with early adopter strategies!
At KAISPE, our solutions are powered through the Microsoft-managed, Azure Internet of Things (IoT) that helps connect, control and monitor billions of IoT assets around the world. The solutions are provided by one or more, interconnected IoT devices, along with back-end services on Cloud that communicate with each other and make remote management and monitoring possible.
Understanding the need for real-time management solutions and how it can change the scenario, we provide solutions that are user-friendly, adaptable, but most of all, rewarding. We use Microsoft IoT through PaaS (Platform as a Service) and SaaS (Software as a Service) options. In addition, we develop amazing, full-feature dashboards, and implement them for real-time data visualization using Microsoft Power Business Intelligence (BI).
Proof of concepts (PoC) serve several purposes. When it comes to the IoT solution, a primary aim of the PoC is to substantiate that an IoT solution can deliver on the vision. The intent is to avoid skepticism on the part of client about the capabilities that can be realized and to detect situations over-promising on the capabilities of IoT before any significant investment occurs. There are four major components of an IoT solution to consider in a PoC.