While no single aspect of Internet of Things (IoT) product design is especially difficult, the sheer breadth of the solution requires a significant number of engineering skills and many integrated technologies. As a result, IoT solutions are complex to build and require systematic quality testing throughout development.
Download Cardinal Peak’s whitepaper on end-to-end IoT product design to understand options and questions to consider for your connected device development. Learn about the IoT development process, typical IoT technologies, cloud services that can support your device, how to plan your mobile app development, security considerations, and more.
This whitepaper provides a primer on the IoT product development process as well as the technologies involved – devices, wireless communication, cloud applications and a variety of user interfaces, along with a host of supporting standards and protocols. In addition, we share insights, experiences and lessons that Cardinal Peak has seen in our 20-plus years providing product development services.
This IoT whitepaper covers the key technologies of the typical IoT solutions including:
Throughout the document are descriptions of what to expect in terms of the development process including:
It also includes a description of what a good process looks like for the most important element of successful IoT System development – quality assurance. Sprinkled throughout the document are real-world examples of what Cardinal Peak encounters while providing product engineering services to our clients.
By the end of this document, you should:
For more information and to discuss specific needs for your IoT product design, please reach out.
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As a leading end-to-end IoT product development company, we often hear the following questions.
End-to-end internet of things (IoT) solutions consist of multiple technology layers including the “thing” or connected device, connectivity or wireless communications, cloud applications, and user interfaces such as mobile apps and web portals.
IoT systems have experienced explosive growth in recent years. Market and consumer data expert Statista predicts the number of IoT devices worldwide will almost triple from 8.74 billion in 2020 to more than 25.4 billion in 2030.
We often hear of IoT devices with major security vulnerabilities. With the pace of change in technology, security vulnerabilities are inevitable, so firmware needs to be updated. Some important ways to ensure that your device is secure include: