Scaling IoT while securing devices and protecting data
IoT has the ability to improve the way we live and work by bringing everyday objects to life, making them part of an always-on, intelligent network of interconnected devices. But security and scalability are common problems faced by organisations with IoT solutions in market.
DiUS’ experience is a perfect fit for those wanting to improve the reliability and performance of their products. Our team of IoT specialists have extensive expertise in developing software, firmware and hardware, implementing IoT platforms, and managing device manufacturing at scale.
Our recent Lunch & Learn panel discussion explored IoT challenges in more detail with insights from DiUS customers and consultants on how to successfully scale IoT workloads without compromising security or privacy.
Andrew Thomas, Chief Architect, Swoop Aero
Zoran Angelovski, Principal IoT Consultant, DiUS
Erinn Nash, Partnerships and Community Engagement Lead, DiUS
DiUS’ IoT Lens helps companies to design, deploy, and architect IoT workloads on the cloud. It considers the software, firmware and hardware to diagnose any high-risk areas, along with the end-to-end security and scalability to enable companies to prioritise remediation according to their business objectives.
Two IoT specialists will assess the current state, evaluate IoT workloads, and deliver a comprehensive analysis with a list of actionable recommendations to enable the organisation to prioritise remediation effort and budget. This is supported by a business case, strategic roadmap and implementation timeline that outlines the best course of action for the customer.
With the help of DiUS, Seeley is using IoT to remotely update air-conditioning systems resulting in a 20% reduction in issues, 15% reduction in call outs and $24,000 a year in savings.
The benefits of IoT are obvious, but weak security measures could create setbacks that are detrimental to its effective adoption.