An IoT prototyping platform for quickly developing IoT devices,
products, and services
When you’re testing an MVP, you don’t have time to wait for months for your first batch of devices to be manufactured and shipped
And, these days, the shipping hold-ups and microchip shortages are making it worse! On top of that, if you discover an issue in the prototype, you’ll have to re-fabricate and create even more delays.
IoT Mill is equipped with:
It’s fully customizable, so you can:
Create your concept for an IoT product or device
Make prototypes of even the tiniest concepts swiftly
See what works and what needs to be improved right away, then repeat step 2
Integrate, collect, and process data
With our design and production experience, we can fast track a custom-made product that will meet all of your requirements and exceed your expectations.
Don’t waste precious time dealing with low-level OS or communication protocol peculiarities – our IoT Mill team has handled all of that. Just write a few pages of code (using C programming language) to:
Fetch the sensor data your app needs (e.g., for vehicle tracking this could be GPS location and accelerometer reader)
Process the sensor data (e.g., compare with the last reading and do not send any data to the cloud if the vehicle position has not changed)
Send to your cloud warehouse via MQTT/HTTPS (e.g., submits vehicle location record to your Google Cloud IoT instance)
With our design and production experience, we can fast track a custom-made product that will meet all your requirements and exceed your expectations.
Every year in British Columbia, around 950 black bears and 50 grizzlies are killed to protect the general public.
More bears are becoming accustomed to and reliant on garbage in BC, requiring their extermination. It’s a waste of life. It’s also expensive: the Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks Conservation Officer Service spends about $1 million each year repairing bear damage to garbage facilities.
Installing IoT motion sensor on each garbage bin.
Allows advanced monitoring and messaging to owners and utility companies in case of bin overturn or unscheduled moves.
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A typical case scenario for the use of NB-IoT in smart cities applications is described and analyzed in (El Soussi et. a., 2018). The scenario consists of NB-IoT devices placed in various parts of a city in heterogeneous environments with different network coverage conditions. These devices are used for parking management, traffic control, waste management, and many other day-to-day city management operations.
Battery life time under different reporting number, data lengths, and coverage scenarios for eMTC and NB-IoT.