#IoTFounders | E037
On this IoT For All podcast episode, the senior team from CoreKinect (Assar Badri, CEO and Co-Founder; John Horn, President and Chief Strategy Officer; and Mitchel Kelley, Principal Engineer) discuss building custom hardware and how LPWAN will impact IoT.
The CoreKinect team explains the process of building custom IoT hardware and discusses how they manage the production of IoT products from engineering design through assembly and manufacturing. The team also shares roadblocks of the custom development process and explains when it makes sense for companies to build custom as opposed to buying off the shelf.
We discuss the hot topic of LPWAN and the impact it will have on IoT. The episode concludes with advice for companies when analyzing what hardware and software partners are best suited for their solutions.
If you’re interested in connecting with Assar, check out his LinkedIn!
About CoreKinect: CoreKinect is an innovative startup specializing in the development of hardware solutions for a wide range of customized products in IoT. From initial design down to the assembly line, we take care of it all. We are redefining the IoT space by creating products at market disrupting prices.
Key Question and Topics from this Episode:
(2:08) Introduction to CoreKinect
(2:57) What does it mean to build custom hardware for an IoT deployment? What does that process look like?
(6:09) What is CoreKinect’s secret sauce that allows you to accelerate hardware development and time to market?
(10:27) Insights into the software behind the hardware
(16:43) Custom vs. Off-the-shelf hardware for IoT solutions. How do you decide which is best for your use case?
(25:28) What are common roadblocks associated with IoT hardware development?
(33:32) How is security handled in IoT device development?
(38:18) From a hardware perspective — how will LPWAN impact IoT?
(41:03) From a software perspective — how will LPWAN impact IoT?
(44:36) When searching for an IoT hardware partner — what questions should companies ask themselves and be prepared to answer during the process?
(46:58) When searching for an IoT software partner — what questions should companies ask themselves and be prepared to answer during the process?