Home Automation System and IoT Systems
AROBS has extensive expertise in IoT systems: home automation system products, smart city, and building monitoring system projects.
Developing IoT systems and Home automation system projects has become a core value that defines our more than 10 years of proficiency in IoT operating systems and in finding the perfect solutions for our clients.
Industry knowledge and strong software development teams
An intelligent home automation system or building monitoring system can considerably increase the life safety and efficiency so vital for having protected home and building environments. Therefore, developing intelligent IoT systems has become an important business objective for AROBS. With our industry knowledge and our strong teams that create software for IoT, your business can easily meet its goals.
We remain connected to human needs and strive to design and implement complex IoT systems that respond to them. In addition to that, we contribute to IoT Software projects with software developers working with the latest technologies as well as our industry expertise.
Clients in major countries
Our projects include developing IoT Software projects – IoT operating systems for clients worldwide, including countries like the USA, Finland, Italy, Germany, Canada.
We provide state-of-the-art engineering services, both software, and hardware. Certainly, the key is a team of experienced professionals in the IoT software and Home Automation Systems.
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We have a complex understanding of your needs and a comprehensive approach, due to our proficiency in the industry of IoT software. Furthermore, we focus to meet the requirements by developing innovative, secure and efficient software solution that unfold around the user experience.
When it comes to the functionality of a home automation system, building monitoring system or any IoT operating systems, we design for your business, life safety and security. In other words, these are core priorities in the development process.
The IoT systems we create are intuitive, user friendly by using familiar language and interface with optimized processes. Nevertheless, although we have special expertise in home automation systems and building monitoring systems, we can provide software solutions that bring efficiency to various business model
1. Forestry platform
The platform provides a centralized management environment for the various functions of forest planning in a modern user interface. For instance, the software offers cloud-based data, collaboration and workflow automation services to small and medium-sized forestry companies in Finland. As a result, the solutions provided improve efficiency and provide better visibility and control at each stage of the forest life-cycle, from forest to mill and from land acquisition to product delivery.
It can also be used to update customer forest plans and forest stand data.
2. Intelligent thermostat
A downloadable application that enables you to control the temperature of your home from your smartphone with manual control, locally or remotely. It can manage several thermostats, even localized in different buildings due to the geolocation function; also it includes a replacement for the old thermostat.
Looking at the positive side of things, the pandemic opened our minds and created new possibilities for healthcare to be done digital and remote. People are more willing to use wearable devices powered by IoT systems that monitor aspects of their wellbeing. Regular check-ups and virtual care can be provided through new technologies and IoT software, such as 5G that can support health experiences based on a larger amount of data.
The global IoT Healthcare Market is estimated to double its value by 2025, according to a recent study due to IoT technologies. The IoT software solutions created, as a result of the real-life interaction constraints, have made remote patient monitoring possible, unfolding the potential of the healthcare business. Furthermore, it has raised engagement&satisfaction among people using healthcare services by making access to medical personnel much easier.
Scheduling online appointments, reducing the waiting time in the emergency room, drug management, increased availability or even seamless experience for the patient has encouraged the massive adoption of IoT systems and devices in the medical sector.
The exponential growth in technology use across the healthcare, wellness, and fitness industries will be the factors that will push the market to reach the forecasts.
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If some time ago IoT software and building monitoring systems were used to make our office life easier, increase productivity and save energy, starting 2021 these IoT systems focus more on our health and safety. Given the new remote work conditions, office life has been less of an option.
Even so, besides scheduling meeting rooms, or working with hot-desk systems, the new building monitoring systems are set up to track-and-trace activity even more than before, with the end-objective of keeping a recommended social distancing as well as limit the spread of the virus.
Another aspect where IoT systems and interconnectivity can ease the process is onboarding new employees. Since physical presence isn’t possible sometimes or unnecessary for remote newcomers, all they need to know about the workplace and environment can be uploaded on a webpage or app with direct access.
If previous to the pandemic, IoT software and sensors had the primary function of controlling temperature, light, security, now they also help keep sanitation measures and protocols.
More on iotworldtoday.com
Though IoT software won its exposure at first with home automation systems, building monitoring systems, and the launch of smartwatches and fitness applications, in the last years it has been conquering more and more industries and developing new branches.
A necessary and obvious growth has been the use of apps and devices using IoT software related to the medical industry (the Internet of Medical Things). Nevertheless, other industries are beginning to test and realize the impact of IoT software in their productivity: retail, logistics, workforce management. The data provided by sensors integrated with IoT systems can provide analytics that can show valuable information about the market and consumer.
The forecasts say that by 2030, there will be more than 25.4 billion IoT devices in use worldwide. Currently, there are more than 100 million connected IoT devices used in major industries like gas, electricity, water supply, waste management, transportation, storage, and even government. At a micro-level, in the consumer segment, the biggest use rate consists of smartphones and the internet. The number of utilized devices is forecast to reach more than eight billion in 2030.
In other words, IoT Software can bring a big return of investment in various industries, whether we’re talking about home automation systems, building monitoring systems, autonomous vehicles, IT infrastructure, and others.
More info on the topic on statista.com.
Why is DevOps necessary in IoT Software projects?
The “always-on” character of the IoT systems signifies that organizations can always update applications based on opinions coming from connected devices. That is precisely what DevOps facilitates. But, DevOps automation is not only complementary to IoT operating systems, home automation system or building monitoring system but it is also crucial to its success.
It is easier to understand with an example. Now, if your car starts making a strange sound, you need to bring it into a repair shop. A mechanic will evaluate the car in an effort to find the place that sound comes from, and then decide how to resolve it and in the end, fix it. Compare this to a contemporary, highly instrumented vehicle with detectors throughout it along with a communications device that could send info to the repair shop or even to a mobile application. The car will alert you about the issue and also inform the repair shop so the mechanic knows exactly what the issue is and may have the part prepared.
Human interraction has decreased in social life and especially the office life. Since this change, our attention has been turned into transforming our living places into smart homes with the help of IoT systems, that can sustain both our personal and professional life. Starting from this point, the major trend seems to be security oriented in the home automation sector. Face recognition, video door alarms, remote-controlled locks are just a few adopted concepts that are growing popular.
Furthermore, connectivity will reach new levels, as companies that produce smart home appliaces are aligning to a new trend – a hub for connected devices that will enable centralised management and control of your house holds.
Robots are not SciFi anymore. Since we already use robotic vacuum cleaners or lawnmoaners, soon enough we’ll talk about robots that can cook, do simple things around the house or even be a caretaker for elderly and people with special needs.
Also, new smart home concepts are being born, like the sentient home. A smart automated home that has all devices connected through wireless control. It will have its own routines that will constantly optimize appliances efficiency and control the house environment.
More about these new home automation systems here.
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