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Datamatics helps build intelligent connected devices and software solutions that enable the Internet of Things (IoT) and Machine-to-Machine (M2M) services. These connected smart devices are embedded with sensors and actuators, which have a unique identity or IP address, and are able to interoperate with the existing Internet infrastructure.
Datamatics’ IoT devices are designed to optimize infrastructure and streamline processes. They enable organizations to build an integrated system to monitor, detect, connect, and control diverse devices and, as a result, standardize critical functions. These IoT solutions improve risk management and reduce costs.
Datamatics IoT services & solutions enable ecosystems to be smarter and control inanimate surroundings with the fingertips, anytime anywhere. The data that gets collected due to the transactions gets securely stored in the cloud and can be analysed, as and when required, and the agility and responsiveness of the IoT services & solutions can be streamlined further.
Datamatics M2M solutions ensure fulfillment without the explicit involvement of humans based on predefined logic and sensor signals. The solutions allow agile, auto-monitoring of mammoth machines, applications, and sprawling ecosystems with only need-based intervention of supervisors.
Device domain knowledge in automotive, consumer, industrial, retail, healthcare, transport and peripheral banking
Expertise in smart device solutions including PoS, ATM, ticket vending machines, fare collection systems, handheld validators, M2M solutions and services
Experience in board support package (BSP) and driver development
Open source platforms for RoI-driven solutions
Scalable and reliable solutions powered by open source software
Open source powered solution development across a cloud-based distributed ecosystem
Leverage M2M technology and distributed IoT platform to build smart and sophisticated Internet of Things (IoT) applications and state of the art remote management solutions for smart ecosystems
Datamatics helps in development of devices such as IoT gateways, sensors, actuators, connectivity hubs & modules along with its partners. These devices are instrumental in building the different layers of a full-fledged, integrated IoT solution across distributed ecosystems.
Datamatics has an established partner ecosystem comprising premier IoT and M2M service enablement platform companies. The company maximizes customer value through Internet of Things Consulting for different IoT solutions as well as services and offers guidance through the IoT enablement process from identifying the platform to application enablement.
The Internet of Things or IoT is a network of inanimate, physical machines or things, which are interconnected with each other and communicate with each other with the help of sensors and workflows, by inter-exchanging data over a local network. The local networks can connect with wider networks through the internet. The setup can be an industry or a household.
Some examples or projects powered by the Internet of Things or IoT are heavy machine monitoring in industries, air quality monitors, smoke detectors, retail store monitoring, supply chain and cold chain monitoring, and infrastructure monitoring.
The technology revolution is the backbone of the Industry 4.0 paradigm. The intelligently interconnected machines and equipment powered by IoT communicate with each other and optimize the operations throughout the industry’s value chain and distributed ecosystems.
The concept of Machine to Machine (M2M) communication or Many Machines to Many Machines (MM2MM) communication is the precursor of the Internet of Things (IoT). Today, M2M and MM2MM are the subsets of the IoT paradigm.
Internet of Things is the interconnectedness of devices over a common network, for example a smart home or a smart factory. In this regards, Internet of Things implies Internetworking of Things, which may not require the internet infrastructure.
Internet for Things makes explicit use of the internet. Intermediary hubs step up the operations between the connecting devices across the distributed ecosystems.