The “Internet of Things” (IoT) is increasingly revolutionizing the world around us, since in our day to day, we have technological devices that connect everyday objects to the Internet through wireless networks. Before we indulge in the details any further, have a look at top 10 IoT development companies in Boston.
Zazz is a team of creative designers and developers building great digital products in Seattle and San Francisco. Our collective experience in the technology industry includes mobile app development, IOT application development, blockchain development with a design first approach to product development.
Appstudio is a full service Mobile App Design & Development Company offering services in Native iOS Development (Swift 3.0), Native Android Development (Java), React Native Development & Unity Game Development. They have collaborated with Fortune 500 companies, Startups and Mid Sized firms across a spectrum of industries, ranging from Health Care & Finance to On-Demand Services, to create Mobile apps that are actively being used by Millions of users across the globe.
iBASIS is the leading communications solutions provider enabling operators and digital players worldwide to perform and transform. Powered by Tofane Global, iBASIS represents an estimated USD 1+ billion in annual revenue, is the third-largest wholesale voice operator, ranks Top 3 LTE IPX vendor, serves 1,000+ customers worldwide and brings together 300 employees across 18 offices worldwide.
As an OSRAM business, Digital Lumens is driving the industrial and commercial smart building revolution through superior software, products, and system integration. Its cloud-based intelligence platform, SiteWorx, brings the tangible benefits of the Internet of Things (IoT) to commercial and industrial environments worldwide, and leverages the power of connected lighting, IoT sensors, and software to deliver business intelligence from a unique vantage point—overhead.
Founded out of the MIT Media Lab in 2014, Soofa's mission is to update the urban context for a mobile world. With a love for design, our approach is to be simple and full of impact. We're developing technology to help urban dwellers take the pulse of their city, in real-time. We believe in the power of small interventions to shape urban spaces. We believe cities should be accessible to everyone. Most of all, we are excited about reinventing what it means to live in a city.
Incubated in Harvard Innovation Launch Lab and backed by Peter Diamandis, Experfy is a consulting and training platform for AI, blockchain, analytics big data and IoT with 30,000 experts. To address an extreme scarcity of talent in this space, Experfy began as an on-demand marketplace, where some of the world’s most prestigious data science talent bids on consulting projects. In addition, the same experts are engaged in developing training content focused on specific verticals and use-cases.
FLAGD Mobile Corp was founded with the sole purpose to create, serve, and protect technology and bring software solutions to the table. We are primarily a mobile app & game development company. We develop software for startups and entrepreneurs that are trying to fix solutions that are lacking within there industry. Clients choose FLAGD Mobile Corp because of our reliability, competitive pricing, and innovative ideas on the use of technology.
DataGenius is an innovation leader in mobile apps, digital branding, voice applications and enterprise applications. We are successful because we deliver for our clients simple, effective, powerful and best mobile apps for their company. Our state of the art and leading mobile apps have been driving success for our clients for many years.
Founded in 2010, Intrepid is an end-to-end digital product strategy, design and development company with offices in Cambridge, MA and Union Square, NYC.With expertise in product strategy, design thinking, user-experience design/research, and impeccable development for iOS, Android, Back-end, Web, and embedded systems, we will help bring clarity to any omni-channel product vision.
Mobiquity is a digital engagement provider that strategizes, designs, builds, and optimizes data-driven solutions for more than 200 leading brands around the world. We are a collective of unique individuals - over 600 employees spread across 3 continents & 10 offices - with a mission to humanize digital experiences.
Thanks to the IoT, companies can know much better the performance of their customers, their interests and their problems, due to the data that these devices can provide. With this amount of information we can create more personalized services or products.
Likewise, coordination with our distributors and suppliers benefits, since, thanks to IoT, we can anticipate before we run out of stock. The sensors can let us know when a product is running out so we can have a quick replenishment when necessary.
When we think of IoT, most people imagine sensors that send their personal data to the web, but their applications go much further. These sensors can be connected to factories and machinery to track processes, performance or any related problems. This has huge applications in the manufacturing sector, where newly created companies, such as IoT.nxt, are demonstrating that it is possible to achieve a spectacular increase in productivity. Applying this type of connectivity to the entire company allows collecting valuable data to improve efficiency and act quickly if a problem arises.
IoT sensors are already common in the manufacturing industry, but their potential application is not limited to this area. They can be used to monitor processes that take place in a multitude of spaces, such as a conventional office. Tracking devices can be connected to portable devices to improve distribution or reduce losses and application-controlled thermostats in offices and conference rooms allow employees to have more control over their work environment. The possibilities are endless.
Absolute control of roads and their elements, such as traffic lights, level crossings, radars, and many other security systems. The immediate response in emergencies, road assistance and improvement of the survival of the individual, management of savings and costs in buildings.
Allows access from virtually any place where you are to the information of atmospheric, meteorological, and seismic sensors.
Programming and optimization of production chains, automation of repair and maintenance activities, remote control and centralized process management. Quick response to product demands.
Remote monitoring of energy consumption, optimization of the energy consumption of connected devices, detection alerts, connected bulbs, offset and action, process optimization.
Medicine and Health
Systems that allow health personnel to actively monitor patients on an outpatient and non-invasive basis, create emergency notification systems, viewing operational data in real time.
Logistics and Transportation
Vehicle tracking, load control, optimization of transportation systems that include the vehicle, driver and infrastructure. Intelligent traffic control, parking search.
Virtual reality, control from different devices, continuous and personalized variation depending on user behavior.
Improving customer service
The internet of things also provides the basic ability to meet customers in a way that has never been possible before. Most businesses see this as an opportunity to collect data that helps generate ideas and implement the most appropriate marketing plan. A priori, the more information about users and their behavior, the better we can sell them. But this approach does not convince me, especially when it comes to companies that explain “customer service” in their statement of objectives. If you have the ability to meet your customers, your most immediate goal should be how to improve the experience you offer them, not how to increase profits.
IoT devices have made it possible for consumers to share data in real time and for companies to react better and faster. The monitoring capability also allows them to detect and correct problems before even customers detect them. It is not an idea to implement in the future, companies are already doing it. Carbon, Inc., For example, is a 3D printer manufacturer that tracks all the products it sells and uses the data it obtains to proactively maintain, anticipating possible breakdowns.
I see a future in which all types of companies, not only those that create physical products, can benefit from the data obtained through IoT and improve customer service and more. At Zazz we have to rely heavily on our behavioral data and those of third parties to understand what kind of software and content our audience wants. Come talk to us and together we can bring change in your processes and business management.