IoT is in trend and with the growing number of devices in IoT networks the fundamental challenge that arises, is the interoperability. Interoperability of IoT devices means that devices of different vendors can communicate with each other despite the heterogeneity of data produced by these devices.
In this aspect, we at Thingz Eye are providing standardized IoT platform and Application. Our support lies in providing customized standard solutions AikM2M, in compliance with OneM2M standardization.
Our technical expertise involves in providing cross customization at multiple layers. At Application Layer we provide support for multiple communication protocols including HTPP, MQTT, MQTT-SN, CoAP and XMPP. At Transport Layer we specify protocols including TCP/IP with and without TLS for high end devices and UDP with and without DTLS for constrained Sensor Nodes. The application data between devices can be serialized using JSON, XML and CBOR formats.
We provide services in the following domains: Smart Home, Smart Buildings, Smart City, Irrigation, HealthCare and Smart Location based Parking Solutions.
NEED FOR SECURITY AND STANDARDIZATION
As IoT is getting mature, various methods are being devised to demonstrate the real-world secure and safe IoT applications. With the growing number of things being connected with the Internet generating heterogeneous kind of traffic, the demand to secure the IoT systems in a standardized manner is ever increasing so as to ensure the interoperability of devices from different vendors.
Our provided solution lay down a platform to extend the concept of things security in the new notion of oneM2M. Different application scenarios including Smart Metering, Smart Home and other such use-cases in which our solution can provide oneM2M compliant security that will be conformable to the international standard defined for IoT.
Our engineers will help you to secure and standardize your IoT products from chip to cloud. Our solutions provide coverage across technological domains, including application layer messaging protocol, transport layer communication protocols, and web/mobile applications.