IoT development challenges
Flexibility brings complexity
The Internet of Things does not prescribe which devices are connected, how they communicate, or even their purpose. It can enable revolutionary new ways of implementing intelligent systems but does not define the ‘one best way’ to do so. There will be challenges along the way…
Huge technology landscape
There is a bewildering array of components and products employed for IoT applications, ranging from edge devices to cloud computing. Are you making the right component and vendor selections for your project to ensure long term success?
Lengthy product development lifecycle
All IoT projects should follow a multi-disciplined methodology to ensure successful development, that delivers real business value. Do you have the internal resources and expertise to plan and execute?
Risks involved with securing IoT devices
Security is one of the most significant factors holding back the deployment and adoption of IoT. To successfully develop and launch secure devices to market, you’ll need to weave security into your requirements, design and operation. Get it wrong, and you can undermine trust in your brand for years to come.
Faced with all of these challenges, you may be asking yourself…
- Are my competitors ahead of me in adopting digitalisation?
- Is my business case solid?
- Do I have the required expertise to get my product to delivery?
- Am I choosing a component that might soon be superseded by new technology, or result in vendor lock-in?
- How can I be sure my product will be secure?