Internet of Things

In layman terms, devices that can connect to internet and can transmit data points to remote server or receive instructions from remote server for performing some actions are termed as Things. The capability to interact with other remote Things or Servers over the Internet make these devices smarter and bring in a new era of connectedness called Internet of Things.

Why IoT on cloud

  • Highly scalable application and infrastructure
  • Easy to deploy and manage
  • No capacity planning and pay as you go model
  • Secure environment
  • Modular approach to deploy IoT solutions
  • Cloud Managed Services for IoT
  • High availability with fault tolerance

IntellyZen IoT Offerings

Application

Customizable REST based API architecture for integrating with Web or Mobile Application with the Realtime charts for deep insights into KPIs. Data lake architecture for BI and Analytics

Middleware

IoT Hardware: Microprocessor based IoT Gateway with any combination of above protocol and interface support

Device Data Buffer: Data retained on gateway device in case of connectivity issues

Cloud Data Buffer: Scalable data buffer on cloud to handle events from thousands to millions of devices

Processing: In stream processing of data for critical alerts or transformations

Hardware

Sources: Sensors, actuators, PLCs

Source Protocols: ModBus, OPC (UA, DA, HDA), Ethernet / IP, Profibus, Profinet, etc.

Source Interfaces: Serial (RS232, RS485), Ethernet, GSM, Wifi and ZigBee

CASE STUDIES

How IOT, Cloud and Big Data are related to each other?

IoT (Internet of Things) In layman terms, devices that can connect to internet and can transmit data points to remote server or receive instructions from remote server for performing some actions are termed as Things. The capability to interact with other remote Things or Servers over the Internet make these devices smarter and bring in a new era of connectedness called Internet of Things. Cloud There is no specific definition …