From healthcare to sports or home automation to smart cities, the Internet of Things (IoT) swarms over our lives. Specialists estimate that 50 billion devices may be connected to the internet by 2020. In this connected world, companies have to be prepared to new data-centric opportunities and imagine new business models.
Pentalog helps them create and develop mind-blowing user experiences for wearables, connected homes and energy management devices. The race is on! Don’t miss the turn!
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Providing full-stack support
From R&D and design, all the way through architecture and development, until release and marketing operations, Pentalog provides full-stack support for your IoT projects. 100 of our engineers are specialized in industries like wearables, building and home automation, smart cities, health care or automotive.
Addressing IoT challenges
The IoT boom has been enabled by the association of several technical and business innovations: lower power consumption, cheaper and more sophisticated semi-conductors, wifi and 3/4G internet, standardization of communication protocols, etc.
Startups, grownups and industry leaders are turning to smart technologies in order to improve their digital products, create immersive user experiences and make an impact on increasingly competitive markets.
Our dedicated IoT development teams support our clients at every step of their IT project to help them achieve the most important milestones of their industry:
Precision: connected objects need sensors with very high precision measurement systems to collect data with a high level of confidence. This is all the more imperative for health or fitness smart devices.
Security: a huge quantity of information is sent through networks and has to be securely stored in the devices.
Battery life: power is another important element especially for wireless objects. Our engineers (check out all our profiles) help you to choose the best components (microcontrollers, wireless connectivity components or CPU) to reduce power consumption.
Data management / privacy: wearables which collect, store and exchange health data (like watches or connected bracelets) are likely to be stolen for ill-intended use and must therefore be designed to avoid adverse data reconciliation which could be made with Big Data tools. For that, new data encryption solutions have to imagined.
Unified standards: middleware plays a crucial role in IoT development. In most cases, our engineers suggest to use OpenSource standards to remain independent.