IoT

Dear potential partner(s),

Thank you for your interest to work on IoT with us. The abbreviation IoT stands for Internet of Things. It is a network of interrelated computing devices, digital and mechanical machines, people, animals, vehicles, home appliances as well as other objects that are attached with unique identifiers and can be used to move data over a network without a direct engagement of human to a computer or human to human interaction. The program was first mentioned by Kevin Ashton, the co-founder of the Auto-ID Center at MIT in his 1999 presentation which he made to Procter and Gamble. He named his presentation “Internet of Things” in an aim to incorporate the 1999 trend of the internet.

Internet of Things has grown out from the use of wireless technologies, through micro-electromechanical systems, and is providing micro-services to the internet today. Such development has reduced the space and time between operational technology and information technology and has made it possible to analyze unstructured machine-generated data for insights to drive developments. In recent years, the development of Internet of Things is rapidly moving from machine to machine connection over a local network to devices connected to the cloud directly for autonomous data collection and management.

The internet of things is entirely a natural extension to supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) which is a software category that mainly deals with the collection of data from remote locations in real time to control equipment and process control. The IoT ecosystem is made up of a web supported devices that make use of embedded processors, communication hardware, and sensors to collect, send and act on data collected from their surroundings. Mechanisms used by the Internet of Things supporting devices share their collected sensor data through an IoT gateway or any other receiving device which processes the data to be analyzed in the cloud or locally. The devices continuously communicated with other related devices and act upon information sent to them by the other devices without human intervention even though humans would first be needed to interact with the devices for setup, instructions and data access.

Currently, we are open to work with all good partners involving in the IoT revolution. If your are a conference / seminar organizer, you can even bring us in to talk to your clients. The only limit to a great partnership opportunity is your organizational imagination.

Contact us using this link.

Thanks and cheers!

Regards,

Alvin Lam, CEO of Massive Wisdom Group Pte Ltd, Singapore