iOT - internet of Things
Vama’s Internet of Things (IoT) service enables organizations to transform business needs into competitive differentiators by delivering innovative IoT powered solutions.
Vama is a Platform as a service (PaaS) designed for internet of things (IoT) and Machine to Machine (M2M) Projects. We connect devices to Internet and Internet to devices.
We empower organizations to:Connect and scale with efficiency.
Analyse and Act on new data.
Integrate and transform business processes.
Improve decision making with augmented intelligence.
Design, develop, integrate, deploy and manage end to end IoT processes.
Seamlessly integrate IoT solutions with existing enterprise architecture.
Our end-to-end IoT solutions empower smart industries, smart living and
smart enterprises and deliver connected experiences by connecting assets, operations/logistics and services. While we have expertise across all stages of IoT adoption to provide you with a seamless single vendor experience to maximize efficiencies, we focus predominantly on the segments mentioned below:Industries – Manufacturing, Energy, Utilities. Re-imagine processes to
unlock the true potential of your industry while facilitating sustainable development.Smart Living – Wearables, Healthcare, Security. Enhance the quality of life
by embracing emerging technologies designed to foster healthier, happier and safe environment.Smart Enterprises – Smart homes/ Buildings/ Offices, Retail. Connect
people, machines and information using Big Data to enhance business efficiency in a secured ecosystem.
Scope Of IoT:
Internet of Things can connect devices embedded in various systems to the internet. When devices can represent themselves digitally, they can be controlled from anywhere. The connectivity then helps us to capture more data from more places, ensuring more ways of increasing efficiency and improving safety and IoT security.
IoT is a transformational force that can help companies improve performance through IoT analytics and IoT Security to deliver better results. Businesses in the utilities, oil & gas, insurance, manufacturing, transportation, infrastructure and retail sectors can gain the benefits of IoT by making more knowledgeable decisions, assisted by the torrent of interactional and transactional data at their clearance.
How important is data in a connected world?
In a technological world, data is abundant and making use of that data, valuable. In a world that collects and is powered by data, we need to be able to accept, understand and interpret it to our own advantage.
Imagine a world where machines, objects, materials and sensors of all kinds are capturing and answering to data. Whether it's traffic lights adjusting patterns to data on traffic flow, houses firing up the heating when the temperature dips, heating systems that order their own replacement parts when existing ones fail. It's a world you're already living in.
A thing in the Internet of Things, can be a person with a heart monitor implant, a farm animal with a biochip transponder, an automobile that has built-in sensors to alert the driver when tire pressure is low -- or any other natural or man-made object that can be assigned an IP Address and provided with the ability to transfer data over a network.
As to what this means? We can no longer just think about individual buildings or assets. We must no longer be constrained by just thinking about design and construction. We must, instead, focus on the wider built environment and how we share and use information on just about everything.
The automotive and transportation sector are undergoing tectonic shifts in the capabilities of vehicles and infrastructure as a result of incorporating advanced technologies. Information and communications technology (ICT) such as automotive safety applications, smart fleet management, and intelligent transportation systems (ITS) that are being incorporated into vehicles and infrastructure are key components of the Internet of Things.
Smart cities will be the epicentre for a multitude of Internet of Things applications and use cases, including intelligent transportation, smart buildings, improved government services and much more. While these use cases initially will be vertical sector-specific, ultimately our cities will become horizontal Internet of Things platforms where individual use cases can fluidly interconnect to maximize efficiency, productivity and citizen ease-of-use.
IoT Comunicate with each other and Cloud
We live in a world where physical objects in the industrial, mobile, and home domains are increasingly being transformed from inaccessible systems to networked Internet-enabled devices that can communicate with each other and the cloud. This is called the Internet of Things (IoT). As society enables more and more of these “intelligent” connected inputs, companies are creating new types of innovative applications and services in sectors ranging from manufacturing to utilities, smart building to smart home, transportation to health care, and retail to agriculture. This extraordinary development has the possible to transform previously standalone systems into integrated networks that influence greater computer capabilities and data analytics to increase efficiencies and productivity, address important social challenges, and create jobs in a global new economy which is expected to grow to more than $2 trillion by 2025.
B2B applications of Internet of Things have greater economic potential than consumer applications. Consumer uses of Internet of Things technology have garnered a great deal of attention, thanks to media coverage of fitness monitors and home automation. While these applications do have tremendous potential for creating value, our analysis shows that there is even greater potential value from Internet of Things use in business-to-business applications. In many instances, such as in worksite applications (mining, oil and gas and construction), there is no direct impact for consumers.