IoT SOLUTIONS

What Is IoT (Internet of Things)?

The concept of IoT was first used by Kevin Ashton in a presentation he prepared for a company in 1999. With The Internet of Things, all things conceivable and other devices communicate with each other using various communication protocols of the internet, accessing information through the network to exchange information with the environment they create, which allows you to produce a technology that creates smart devices.

The Future Of IoT (Internet of Things)

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According to the IDC Report, there will be 41.6 billion connected IoT devices, or “things” in 2025.
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GSMA Intelligence forecasts total IoT spending will reach 1.1 trillion USD by 2025 (excluding IoT hardware revenue).
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68% of the USD 1.1 trillion (USD 754 billion) will be applications, platforms and services.
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27% of it (USD 299 billion) will be professional services.
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5% of it (USD 51 billion) will be connectivity.

What does digital transformation mean for companies?

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According to Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT); digitally mature companies are 23% more profitable than their less mature precedent.

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According to Market Mogul; as of 2016, companies investing in Industry 4.0, depreciate their investment in about two years.

Industry 4.0

According to researches by Adobe & Econsultancy; operational costs may be decreased up to 18% by digital transformation.

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According to researches by Adobe & Econsultancy; companies that prioritized digitization in 2018 found that they were 64 percent more likely to exceed their goals in 2019 than 2018.

iSIM & IoT

iSIMPlatform which is developed within the framework of IoT Management, provides benefits such as monitoring and effective use of data obtained from IoT sensors, conveying the necessary message and information to operators and system administrators, increasing efficiency and sustainability.

iSIMPlatform enables institutions and organizations to manage their operations with more affordable costs with the efficiency and productivity it provides and with this structure, it stands out as a platform that offers institutions the opportunity to save money. iSIMPlatform is being developed to provide an effective management and decision support mechanism by making complex systems easy to use with its association methods and presentation ability.


Usage Areas Of iSIMPlatform In IoT Applications

Factories

Industrial Plants

Energy Plants

Airports

Dams

Provincial & District Municipalities

Ministries

Railways

Highways

Bridges

Tunnels

Military Bases

Campuses

Car Parks

Malls

Hospitals

Supply Chain

Areas Requiring High Security

Some Of The Use Scenarios Of iSIMPLatform With IoT Sensors

Energy Monitoring

Industrial Equipment Monitoring

Operation & Procedure Management

Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) Reporting

Human/Asset Tracking

Remote Meter Reading

Building

Facility Management

Air Quality Monitoring

Cold Chain Tracking

Predictive Maintenance

Waste Management

Some Of The Supported Protocols By iSIMPlatform

Network

TCP/UDP, REST, HTTP, WebSocket, WebRTC, SOAP 2.0, NTCIP, RTSP, ONVIF

Message Queues

MQTT, Apache Kafka, RabbitMQ, ZeroMQ

Big Data

ElasticSearch, Hadoop, Apache Spark

Social Media & Messages

E-Mail, Twitter, Slack, Telegram, Physical Documents

Static File Database

Microsoft SQL Server, Postgre SQL, MongoDB, CouchDB, ArangoDB Neo4j, Low-level I/O, GPIO

Cloud Services

Microsoft Azure, Amazon AWS, Google Cloud Platform

SCADA & PLC

OPC UA/DA, BACnet, KNX, Modbus TCP/RTU/ASCII, Profinet Profibus, PPI/PPM, ADS, FINS, Host Link, C-mode, DF1, FACON TCP, FACON Serial, Fanuc CCM, Fanuc SNP, Fanuc SNPX, CI Protocol, DirectNet, Melsec, Sucoma, Lecom