More than just connecting devices to the internet, we leverage sensor-based technologies to empower core business strategies.
The Internet of Things describes the embedment of digital technologies into the physical world. Whether it is sensors, connectors, or edge devices in homes, cars, or entire factories that have a network connection to the internet, this enables the hardware to send information collected via the sensors and connectors to a computer via the internet.
This process creates proprietary data. This data is very noble because it provides the owner with valuable insights about the usage of its products. These insights contribute to a sustained competitive advantage that a company can achieve by applying IoT to its products.
What do clients want? When, why, and how long do they use certain products? When do products fail, and how can manufacturers maintain their machines to achieve more efficient production cycles? IoT delivers a deeper understanding of all these questions. However, implementing IoT projects in a company faces multifaceted challenges that often lead to the failure of initial IoT ventures.
Metyis is uniquely positioned to realise IoT work for its clients amidst significant challenges. We run the data and analytics agenda that integrates IoT into a broader business plan.
Its hybrid development approach uses best-in-class solutions available on the market, and we tailor solutions when necessary. This enables Metyis to deliver a fast proof of concept at lower costs than standard IoT developments.
The end-to-end IoT development team covers everything, from hardware to UI/UX design. In doing so, Metyis has unique in-house capabilities to realise IoT projects with success.
With our experience in past IoT ventures across various industries such as retail, fashion, agriculture, and the energy sector, at Metyis we can recognise pain points in scaling IoT and improve it successfully.
IoT solutions must link to the company's digital strategy. We aim to clearly define Return of Investment (ROI), as well as assess the actual scale of risks to IoT implementations.
Traditional development methods should become more agile and swift. To obtain feasible adaptations in the changing business environment we must shorten development cycles and make them less laborious. A significant trade-off must happen between off-the-shelf and tailor-made solutions.
The complexity of scaling rollouts and unlocking business value can block the profitability of IoT efforts. Therefore, we must consider the large scale of the installation. Significant on-the-ground steps are required so that we can successfully embed these roll-out processes inside the organisation.