iotamy (noun) Pronounced  eye-ott-a-mee . Defined as "The Interneting of Things"

We simplify the complexity of capturing and visualising data delivering real time intelligence and control from your IoT devices. Whether its Agriculture, Industrial IoT, BioInformatics, Building Automation or any other requirement for sensing and control, we have partnered with very best IoT technology partners to deliver the right solution for you. 


Components of IoT


IoT describes a system where items in the physical world, and sensors within or attached to these items, are connected to the Internet via wireless and wired Internet connections. Supported connections include Sigfox, LoRaWAN, Bluetooth BLE, NFC, Wi-Fi, 3G, LTE-M, NB-IoT and others as required. 

Anything you can attach a sensor with internet connectivity can participate in the IoT connected ecosystem.


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What IoT Means For Your Business

IoT impacts every business. Mobile and the Internet of Things will change the types of devices that connect into a company’s systems.

These newly connected devices will produce new types of data. The Internet of Things will help a business gain efficiencies, harness intelligence from a wide range of equipment, improve operations and increase customer satisfaction.

IoT will also have a profound impact on people’s lives. It will improve public safety, transportation and healthcare with better information and faster communications of this information.

While there are many ways that the Internet of Things could impact society and business, there are at least three major benefits of IOT that will impact every business, which include: communication, control and cost savings.


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IoT communicates information to people and systems, such as state and health of equipment (’s on or off, charged, full or empty) and data from sensors that can monitor a person’s vital signs. In most cases, we didn’t have access to this information before or it was collected manually and infrequently.

For example, an IOT-enabled HVAC system can report if its air filter is clean and functioning properly. Almost every company has a class of assets it could track. GPS-enabled assets can communicate their current location and movement. Location is important for items that move, such as trucks, but it’s also applicable for locating items and people within an organization.

In the healthcare industry, IoT can help a hospital track the location of everything from wheelchairs to cardiac defibrillators to surgeons. In the transportation industry, a business can deliver real-time tracking and condition of parcels and pallets.

For example, using sensors to track the location of a refrigerated shipping container and its current temperature.

Control and Automation.

In a connected world, a business will have visibility into a device’s condition. In many cases, a business or consumer will also be able to remotely control a device.

For example, a business can remotely turn on or shut down a specific piece of equipment or adjust the temperature in a climate-controlled environment.

Meanwhile, a consumer can use IoT to unlock their car or start the washing machine. Once a performance baseline has been established, a process can send alerts for anomalies and possibly deliver an automated response.

For example, if the brake pads on a truck are about to fail, it can prompt the company to take the vehicle out of service and automatically schedule maintenance.

Cost Savings and RoI.

Many companies will adopt IoT to save money. Measurement provides actual performance data and equipment health, instead of just estimates. Businesses, particularly industrial companies, lose money when equipment fails.

With new sensor information, IoT can help a company save money by minimizing equipment failure and allowing the business to perform planned maintenance. Sensors can also measuring items, such as driving behavior and speed, to reduce fuel expense and wear and tear on consumables.

New smart meters in homes and businesses can also provide data that helps people understand energy consumption and opportunities for cost savings.

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