We keep data governance and secure development best practices top-of-mind with every IoT development project. We also adhere to industry-specific standards and regulations.
We build for scalability so that when the time comes, your IoT applications and the underlying infrastructure can be appropriately scaled up to support millions of connected devices.
IoT applications thrive on connectivity. We ensure a hiccup-free experience with high-quality connectivity by helping you choose the right networking protocol.
We eliminate risks and ensure quick time-to-market with an outstanding quality of IoT applications through our rigorous quality assurance approach and automated testing.
Our skilled developers and proficient designers put their talent together to create IoT applications that are intuitive, interactive and user-friendly.
The Internet of Things is essentially a network of devices with embedded software, sensors and other technologies that support data retrieval, decision making, and action triggering.
A complete IoT system comprises four components: connectivity, sensors/devices, user interface and data processing.
There are six kinds of network standards in IoT application development.
1. Bluetooth and BLE
2. Cellular (3G, 4G, 5G)
4. Mesh protocols
If there was a straight answer to that one, you’d have it here. Every IoT application is different and can range from a simplistic application with a straightforward use case to a sophisticated IoT system with a million devices. Therefore, we encourage you to reach out to us with your requirement for us to assess the scope of your application and thus define the budget.
IoT applications and systems sometimes capture highly sensitive data depending on where they are being used. Therefore, IoT application developers at KiwiTech focus a lot on secure development. We manage and protect you from the following risks:
1. Lack of knowledge and awareness in the user
3. Botnet attacks
4. Lack of compliance from hardware manufacturers
5. Device update failures
6. Gaps in physical hardening
7. Industrial espionage and eavesdropping