This Digi International white paper examines some of the key choices needed to develop a successful approach to IoT architecture.
Any Internet of Things (IoT) project involves choosing from a complex array of communication devices such as radios and gateways, plus connection methods and protocols, and then ensuring that the assembled solution can deliver the desired business results. Collectively, the end result of these decisions constitutes an IoT architecture.
Selecting the right IoT architecture for a project involves assessing your connectivity needs, as well as the available technology, and the technical and operational resources needed to deploy and maintain the application. For many of these decisions, there isn’t a single right or wrong answer. Instead, it’s a matter of finding a solution flexible enough for both your current and future use cases and the features needed to meet those needs.
At Digi, we help customers in a wide range of industries identify their IoT architecture needs by examining some of the many questions and considerations listed in this guide. This free, downloadable white paper examines some of the key choices needed to develop a successful approach to IoT architecture, including selecting the most appropriate wireless protocol, connectivity and cloud computing methods as well as the physical components, such as wireless devices, gateways and routers. In this white paper, you’ll learn:
- A list of considerations for your IoT architecture
- The difference between Point-to-Point and Point-to-Multipoint
- Key considerations of Mesh Networking (and different mesh networking options)
- And more!
Download the free white paper to learn more.