Internet of Things (IoT) and Machine to Machine (M2M) focus on transforming bits of data collected at the edge of a pervasive distributed system into actionable information and knowledge for business decision makers and end users.These transformations are driving the biggest change in industry since the steam engine.However, they are not simple.We offer end-to-end IoT& M2M Solution as per below:
M2M/ IoT Consulting and Solution Design
RK Telesystem helps you to discover the competitive advantage that these new technology can bring to your organization and puts you on the right track for a quick deployment on proven platforms and solutions.
That’s why our experienced M2M / IoT engineers are available to work closely with you and understand your unique needs. Through the analysis of your business processes and business drivers, we will work together to leverage M2M / IoT solutions to amplify your business through: cost minimization, increased productivity, new business models and revenue streams.
RK Telesystem helps customers and partners to enter this new fascinating dimension in the easiest and very fastest way with a suite of consulting and professional services. Engaging with our team of experts will enable you to move quickly with your projects and increase your ROI. Whether you are in the early stages of an M2M/IoT project, or in the latter stages of defining your offering, RK Telesystem’s experienced team of M2M/IoT specialists and partners will get you to market on time, on budget, and with a best-in-class solution.
How it works?
Platform:Cloud-based M2M platform for connecting devices and applications
- Data agnostic platform
- Connects any number of devices and applications
- Allows to build many-to-many relation between devices and applications
- Built-in device status map
- Add devices with “zero configuration” process
- Store any type and any quantity of data with no time restriction
- REST APIs for application development (including console features)
- Rules Engine for real-time data analysis and events generation
- 2-way communication channels with devices
- Redundant and highly available with failover mechanism built-in
Platform Console: Web-based interface for platform management
- Real-time device and data management
- User management
- Immediate Data aggregation and visualization
- Rules creation section
Device Connectivity: Easily and reliably connect any kind of device
- Scalable and optimized bidirectional device protocol
- Based on MQTT v 3.1 (openly available)
- Efficient message format
- Everyware Cloud clients available for third party devices
- Java and C++ clients available
Application Development: Base your application on a standard, flexible interface
- Easy to use REST APIs for application development
- XML and JSON format
RK Telesystem’s IoT & M2M Plaform Deployment Scnearios:
RK Telesystem’s IoT & M2M software platform quickly connects devices to build and maintain an end-to-end M2M application. Or in other words, it is a IoT platform that solves a common infrastructure problem among distributed devices and IT systems. It provides an easy path to connect cloud-ready devices to IT systems and/or applications. With RK Telesystem’s M2M/IoT Platform you can:
- Bridge the gap between distributed devices and event-driven IT applications
- Lower network costs with an open and optimized protocol for device data transport
- Access stored data with no time restriction
- Drive decisions based on real-time data streams
- Elastically scale with a pay-as-you-go model
- Rest assured that your access will be globally available and secure
RK Telesysten’s Machine-to-Machine Integration IoT Platform simplifies device and data management by connecting distributed devices over secure and reliable cloud services.Once devices are deployed, the Cloud allows users to connect, configure and manage devices through the lifecycle, from deployment through maintenance to retirement.
Customers can use the Server appliance for on-premises deployment or use our cloud platform .
By offering the full functionality and services on our cloud platform, integrated with powerful and reliable server hardware, enterprises and other organizations can have powerful device and data management capabilities combined with highest levels of data security and privacy.
Any device within or outside of the enterprise can connect to the Server and provide near real-time device data to business applications and systems.
The Server appliance can also be used as a local aggregator of distributed devices and sensors.
Service offer include
Business Process Analysis and digitization/sensitization options: what data are needed and how they will be used
Specification and Design of the proper M2M architecture with the proper data collection strategy
Selection and Integration of the wireless connectivity technology (wireless providers and technologies)
Design and Development of the user interface, web, and mobile app for a unique user experience
Back-end Infrastructure and Platforms Integration device provisioning, security, data management & storage, account management & billing, analytics.
IoT & M2M Sectors
Perhaps the canonical example of the Internet of Things (and the stuff of many a cheesy futurist visualisation) is the ‘smart home’. The components include sensor-equipped white goods, security, lighting, heating, ventilation and entertainment devices, among others, all connected to a local server or gateway, which can be accessed by the appropriate service providers — and, of course, the home owner.
Healthcare is another prominent M2M application, and comes under various banners including e-health, m-health, telemedicine and assisted living. Patients with non-life-threatening conditions can be issued with sensors (for blood pressure, or blood sugar levels for example), sent home and monitored remotely by medical staff — and can often be shown how to interpret the data themselves. This will free up hospital beds and physicians’ time for more urgent cases.RK Telesystem can encourage people to adopt healthier lifestyles, helping to keep them out of the doctors’ surgeries and hospital beds in the first place.
The smart home is a subset of the ‘smart building’ — which could be an office, a hotel, a hospital, a manufacturing facility, a retail store or any other public structure. All such buildings consume energy through heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) systems, and building automation systems can capture and analyse data from all relevant equipment, allowing cost-saving energy solutions to be created and implemented. Depending on the particular building, other subsystems that can be ‘smartened’ include structural health, access control and security, lighting, water, lifts, fire and smoke alarms, power and cooling for IT infrastructure.
There are many reasons why ‘smart’ manufacturing is a good idea: digital control systems, asset management and smart sensors can maximise operational efficiency, safety and reliability, while integration with smart building systems and smart grids can optimise energy consumption and reduce carbon footprint. And, of course, the smarter the manufacturing process, the quicker it can respond to changing customer demand. It’s no surprise to find that smart manufacturing is seen by western politicians as a way of increasing competitiveness in global markets, although there’s no technical reason why Chinese manufacturers, for example, couldn’t adopt the same processes.
Automotive & Transport
Today’s cars routinely bristle with sensors and computing equipment, covering everything from engine management to navigation to ‘infotainment’. Automobiles are rapidly becoming connected, context-aware machines that know where they are, where other vehicles are (both locally and in terms of regional traffic), who is driving (via driver face recognition) and how they are driving, and can warn of impending mechanical or other problems, and automatically summon roadside assistance or emergency services if necessary. A ‘smart’ car can be remotely tracked or immobilised if stolen, and new business models such as ‘pay-as-you-drive’ insurance can be implemented
The roads the cars drive on will become smarter too: in towns and cities, lamp-post-mounted sensors can monitor parking spaces, for example, and also warn drivers of congested areas.
Given that passive RFID tags cost only a few cents, it’s no surprise to find that M2M technology features heavily in supply chain management: the ability to track, in real time, raw materials and parts through manufacturing to finished products delivered to the customer has obvious appeal compared to patchy data delivered by irregular human intervention.have long made use of GPS tracking, but cellular-equipped sensors can also monitor the condition of sensitive consignments (temperature for perishable food, for example), or trigger automatic security alerts if a container is opened unexpectedly.
The sharp end of the supply chain — retail — is fertile ground for M2M technology, applying to areas such as in-store product placement and replacement, kiosks and digital signage, vending machine management, parking meters and wireless payment systems.
Field Force Services
Consumer devices, business equipment and industrial plants can all, obviously, suffer faults that require repairing. If these things are all ‘smart’, delivering real-time status reports to the internet, then field-service operations can be booked quicker, engineers can be equipped with the correct parts and manuals, and site visits can be scheduled efficiently.We offer field force management software with following features:
- Create and manage users , teams, groups ,Secure Role based access from anywhere anytime,Create multiple tasks for multiple teams.
- Capture and exchange any kind of data (LOCATION, photos, signature, text, voice, videos, documents etc.) from field force from anywhere anytime through our mobile app installed at field force mobile.
- Service Quality improvisation by assigning job and getting the status in real time from anywhere, anytime.
- Web Portal to locate the field agent and dispatch the job efficiently. Helps to save time, increase efficiency and productivity.
- Calculate sales target, business projection, customer satisfaction via intelligent reporting and interactive dashboards.
Utilities: smart metering and grids
Smart meters for electricity, gas and water, and the smart grids they create, form a major component of the M2M market. Real-time data on resource consumption down to the household level allows utilities to manage demand and detect problems efficiently, while householders can save money by optimising their usage patterns.
Security & Surveillance
Most people are rightly wary of the Orwellian aspects of widespread automated security and surveillance technology, but there are also plenty of benefits to be had. Smart buildings, including smart homes, can have connected smoke detectors that alert emergency services when triggered, and activate only the appropriate suppression systems; connected burglar alarms can immediately identify the point of entry and motion sensors can track an intruder’s progress in real time (the same sensors can identify and track legitimate occupants via wireless access-control systems).
M2M technology has great potential when it comes to monitoring natural or man-made environments. Suitably placed sensors can provide early warning of pollution, forest fires, landslides, avalanches and earthquakes, for example. More generally, air, water and soil quality can be remotely monitored in places of interest, and changes in the abundance and distribution of key species (wildlife or pests) tracked and changes to their habitats logged.
Smart agriculture is a growing field (as it were), with M2M technology available to track the location and condition of livestock, monitor the growing conditions of crops, and optimise the performance of farm equipment (using precise geolocation to minimise wastage in crop-spraying operations, for example).
High-value crops can be monitored by wireless sensors for a range of parameters (air temperature, humidity, soil temperature, soil moisture, leaf wetness, atmospheric pressure, solar radiation, trunk/stem/fruit diameter, wind speed and direction, and rainfall), with real-time data gathered by an on-site gateway, sent to the cloud and accessed via internet-connected PCs or smartphones. This information allows irrigation and other agricultural interventions to be precisely matched to local growing conditions.
Any world-changing technology is likely to have its darker applications, and M2M is no exception. Many military applications simply involve ruggedised and security-hardened versions of existing technologies, and this will apply to M2M as much as any other sector. Areas of particular interest to those in uniform are likely to be security and surveillance, transportation and logistics, healthcare and environmental monitoring.