Internet of Things(IoT) Solutions and Services

IoT is a connectivity of all physical devices which are connected through internet and able to exchange (send and receive) data. The objects include vehicles, smart phones, gadgets, wearable devices, home appliances, and many other physical devices as well as human. IoT works to make possible for the objects to communicate between each other through data exchange or sensor using the different communication means including Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, NFC, iBeacon, Bluetooth Smart, Rfid Etc. IoT app works as a bridge enables physical devices to communicate with each other.

As a prominent IoT solutions and services provider, Mindinventory offers hi-end IoT Application Development services based on bespoke needs of customers from different industry verticals.


How Does IoT(Internet of Things) Works?


Device needs to embed with the sensor in order to track the request such as track the location, vehicle, lock the door, weather condition, etc.

IoT Gateways:

IoT gateways can create by setting up of custom-built devices. It can connect the devices to the internet using the different modes of communications such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, BLE, NFC, iBeacon, etc. It enables devices to talk with each other.

Cloud Server:

When the device information (data), such as, current status and the id of the device are received by the gateway, it stores and makes further processes in the cloud server. The data after the process use to accomplish the actions that in turn make the device work smartly.

IP Addresses:

The communication protocol (IPv6, the latest version of IP) gives location system and identification of systems on networks and plays a vital role in IoT working. To communicate with another device, all the devices need to assign an IP address on the internet.

IoT Application:

The IoT app administrator can control the activities of device from any location at anytime. The IoT app helps the administrator to communicate with smart device by sending commands (Cloud services enable to authenticate the device messages) that make possible to perform the given task to the device. Once the cloud identifies the device, it passes the given request to the sensor network with the help of gateways. Then the sensor network performs the request and sends back to the cloud. Thus, the cloud recognizes the user who sends the request and gives the related information to the app.