Much of the attention associated with IoT is focused on the "things" themselves--remote, often small, and frequently mobile devices that represent vital business assets. But in order for IoT to become fully operationalized the devices and the data they generate, along with logic rules governing how the data is handled and what actions are driven, must be integrated into existing business systems and processes. In fact, many of the data sources as well as connected systems may be external to the business. This systems integration work can be complex and difficult to manage but is nevertheless vital to achieving business objectives. Bsquare has over two decades of experience not only in the development of smart, connected devices, but in the integration of those devices into new business processes.
The range of devices that can be integrated into a working IoT system is virtually unbounded. From small remote sensors gathering environmental data to more robust devices within large capital assets collecting potentially hundreds of data point every second, Bsquare specializes in integrating these devices, and the data they generate, into complete IoT systems.
Simply collecting data from remote devices and quantitatively displaying that data on graphical dashboards is really just the start. Unless the data is processed using business logic, expressed as a hierarchy of rules, it is impossible drive the outcomes most businesses are looking for.
Bsquare professional services helps enterprises develop and maintain rich and comprehensive rule sets that implement the business logic of the organization.
The final stop in building complete and workable IoT systems is to “close the loop” by connecting the IoT systems to other internal and external data bases, processes, and business systems. Bsquare professional services are experienced dealing with a broad array of system interfaces, especially those related to IoT.