This Digi field guide provides 5 ways to improve the design, get to market faster, and increase the reliability of your wireless IoT product.
The Internet of Things (IoT) has evolved from a marketing buzzword to a strategic roadmap for many OEMs and technology companies. As a result of this shift, companies with expertise in devices like sensors, lights, pumps, or even home appliances are now being asked to quickly become experts in wireless and cellular connectivity. No matter how brilliant the engineering team is, the challenge of getting immersed in new technologies is sure to create a few bumps in the road. Digi International shares five key insights to successfully develop IoT applications in their latest guide.
As this disruptive new marketplace rapidly takes shape, many companies are simultaneously striving to achieve contradictory goals: being first to market and having the lowest-cost solution. This is leading many firms to create solutions with little attention to crucial factors such as total recurring engineering cost and adaptability to new technologies; while still omitting critical features in the final product.
This field guide by Digi International provides an overview of five ways to improve the design of your wireless IoT product, get to market faster, and increase the reliability of your solution. While this document focuses on the unique challenges of cellular technology, the concepts apply to any wireless technology (e.g. LTE-M, NB-IoT, Bluetooth Mesh, or ZigBee, for example). In it, you’ll learn:
- How to build in security
- The importance of remote management
- Thinking ahead with certifications
- and more!
Download the free guide now.