[Vlog] IoT Product Design & Development Mistakes, that an Embedded System Developer Should Avoid
Internet of Things (IoT) has made Automation, Monitoring, Reporting, and Connectivity processes smarter and more efficient.
Are you a History Buff? Then the Story of Evolution of IoT Technology is a must read for you! Read the entire blog here : Unraveling the Story of Evolution of IoT and Its Rapid Adoption
Due to these virtues, IoT has witnessed widespread adoption across industries like logistics and inventory management, industrial automation and Connected Cars (to name a few).
The global internet of things (IoT) market is anticipated to reach USD 724.2 Billion by year 2023, as per the report by Research Nester titled” Global Internet of Things (IoT) Market Outlook 2023“.
This indicates the volume of trust, confidence and expectations businesses have in the Internet of Things Technology Stack.
When the Stakes are High, the Responsibilities shouldered by the IoT Design and Development teams become More Critical.
Thus we thought that it will be interesting to explore this Universe of IoT from a software/hardware developer’s perspective. In this context, “Forewarned is Forearmed” perfectly sums up the best way forward for an IoT Engineer.
Being aware of the possible IoT Design Mistakes is akin to Half the Battle Won. Hence, we worked with our IoT Consultants to list down the possible design and development mistakes. Watch this Video to know more!
What to Expect in this Video:
The vlog will walk you through a few must-avoid design mistakes. Following are some design aspects that we have taken into account, while designing this video:
- System Security
- Operating Environment of IoT Field Devices
- Personality of Software Codes Created
- Data reliability
- IoT testing Practices
- Regulatory Compliance Process
Hope you will find this video useful.
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