Easily customise TisaIoT to suit your start up, Take full control of your project by creating a custom dashboard.
We are creating a multitude of new security requirements for the Internet of Things (IoT). End-to-end (E2E) security management will be essential to ensuring security and privacy in the IoT.
Analytics at the GW
We collect much edge data and discuss the potential role of edge analysis for reducing latency and data movement, storage, and analysis costs. We look at the analytics gateway.
Displays and stores data from devices and sensors providing visibility to behavior patterns that support improvements on IoT projects.
Be in the Know
TisaIOT has a built in a rules engine to easily set up email and alerts when a device or sensor reaches a predetermined state..
Easily integrate your devices that use custom code, viewing and controlling them using the same great dashboard support that TisaIOT has for native devices..
Add and remotely control sensors, microcontrollers and other hardware connected to TisaIOT.
As soon as you connect your first device to your project, TisaIOT empowers builders to create automated IoT projects.
Maps and Map Views
Location-based tracking for any connected device. Visualize assets on a map to obtain device location, status, and location history
Intelligence at the edge
While the internet has traditionally only connected computers and people, IoT brings together all kinds of connected devices into a global network of distributed intelligence. This evolution opens up a new world of innovation and creativity. While IoT may be relatively new, organizations worldwide are rapidly adopting it in their business models and many are already reaping significant benefits. The growth of mobile, cloud computing, and big data has created the perfect environment to make IoT real and ready to scale.
IoT security is essential
Securing the IoT is one of the big barriers to IoT reaching its full potential. To truly protect the billions of devices entering the field, security needs to be considered at the very beginning of device design—built in from the ground up and throughout the full lifecycle of the device. As the IoT starts to fix real-world problems, the value of assets inside IoT devices will only increase, making them prime targets for hackers.
Every day the IoT is fueling bold new business models and giving consumers new ways to improve virtually every aspect of their lives. So, what are some of the most promising IoT applications now gaining traction in the market? How do organizations derive value from these applications? And what do these applications promise for future growth opportunities, operational efficiencies, and technology innovation?
The technologies required to develop and secure the Internet of Things are even more complex, interdependent, and pervasive than those that gave rise to the internet itself. Getting them right is critical; but so is knowing how to bring them all together. Technology development and ecosystem orchestration goes hand-in-hand as industry participants turn working concepts into real solutions that advance markets and enrich lives.