Internet of Things (IoT) is the evolution of the Internet. Besides the internet, it also Ubiquitous Computing in practice. IoT is a Computer Science paradigm within which a computer goes beyond the traditional concept of desktop computing with its specific ways of interaction with the users. In the world of IoT computing is co-existing with the user everywhere, anytime. It is surrounding the user in his/her everyday activities and lifestyle through a large number of interconnected “things”, that may even include traditional machines and devices with some kind of computing and networking capabilities. Networking of “things” and machine-to-machine (m2m) communication is one of the cornerstones of the IoT, since in this, new, era data and information will not only be consumed by end-users, like the internet, the way we know it. Data in IoT are consumed, stored, processed and used by machines to make decisions, set targets, achieve goals or generate commands for other devices.
Technology Giants, market analysts, researchers, and consumers agree that IoT will drastically affect humans, machines and enterprises. Interconnection of everyday things in one, ultra-dense network is expected to greatly affect everyday life, and, offer the tools for the creation of new structures, products, and services.
IoT spreads along with three layers:

  • The lower layer, known as the “Perception layer”,
  • The medium layer, known as the “Network layer”, and,
  • The highest layer, known as “Applications layer”.
  • IoT technologies are still evolving and we still have things to learn and challenges to be faced both by scientific teams and industrial R&D departments worldwide.

At PDoT, we have all the appropriate scientific and technical know-how in the design and development of wireless sensor/ actuator networks, propriety networking protocols, applications for data aggregation and collection, as well as data storage, processing, analytics and graphical representation through intuitive graphical user interfaces. We have built and maintained both on-premises as well as cloud-based applications.