Indeema Launches Calculator to Estimate Cost for Your IoT Product | IoT For All

Indeema Launches Calculator to Estimate Cost for Your IoT Product

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Recently Indeema Software launched a web calculator that helps you estimate the price of your IoT project. The calculator helps estimate development price for different industries: Smart Office/Retail, Smart Home, Health Care, Transport, Industrial IoT, Smart Agriculture, Smart City, Wearables. It calculates not only the price of your project but also the time your team will spend on it.

Savvy service for startups, businesses who plan to implement Internet of Things technologies, researchers and everyone who is interested in IoT. It lets you become fully aware of You can pinpoint key hardware and software components you’ll need for IoT development and approximate time and cost for your project.

Try IoT calculator out for free right now here.

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