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IOT Development Service

Monitor and control everything


The Internet of Things (IoT) refers to all objects connected to a communication network accessible from the Internet. In terms of application, this means that the data produced by any sensor can be stored in a cloud platform and exploited from any terminal (computer, smartphone, tablet). In addition, it also allows physical control of any type of device.The applications are multiple: in the field of intelligent buildings, in industry, in the healthcare sector, in agriculture, etc… 

We help companies develop IoT systems to create solutions for their customers and to improve their own productivity.



In order to carry out your projects, we set up a structured development process. From the first contact, we analyze your ideas and conduct a briefing with your teams. Based on these discussions, we draw up an implementation plan and budget. As soon as this is validated, we start the design. We then produce a prototype according to the specifications. Finally, we validate everything with you before going into production. This is obviously an iterative process.


We know that the success of an IoT product development depends mainly on the fact that the customer’s needs are respected. Therefore, we develop an architecture adapted to each project. However, we reuse components in order to reduce development and production costs.

Even before the IoT project begins, we evaluate in detail the specificities of your company and study the constraints and objectives of the project as well as your infrastructure and the technologies you use. Based on our experience, we determine the technologies and solutions suitable for your systems.

A classical architecture consists in connecting an object (sensor, actuator or smart device) to a communication network. This network can be wired or wireless. In the first case, a gateway is used to transmit information to the cloud system that manages the data packets. It then transmits them to a system that formats the data packets and stores them in a data warehouse. In order to operate, the whole system orchestrates its own database, its usage logic and its clients which are web or mobile applications. The application module databases are often connected to data analysis and/or machine learning services. Software can also use this type of architecture to control actuators: relays, switches, home automation, complex installations using fieldbuses, etc…