IOT without reliability = Internet of threats

The Internet of Things [IOT] is influencing our lifestyle from the way we react to the way we behave. From air conditioners that you can control with your smartphone to Smart Cars providing the shortest route or your Smartwatch which is tracking your daily activities. IoT is a giant network with connected devices. At COGNXT, we have ingenious method to implement IoT.

Our teams of professional’s work with you to contribute the appropriate solution and service to achieve your business objective expeditiously ways to implement Connection of assets and preventive and predictive maintenance, Smart power grids, connected logistics and smart digital supply chain.


Compatibility & Longevity

IoT infrastructure involves various tools, sensors, and devices, and each vendor is competing to become the standard. A successful implementation requires the integration of IoT components with existing systems. Some compatibility challenges are non-unified cloud services, lack of standardized M2M protocols, and diversities in firmware and operating systems among IoT devices. 

Security issues

Though IoT projects provide different business opportunities, adding new devices to your network increases the risk of cyberattacks. According to studies, 57% of IoT devices are vulnerable to cybersecurity attacks. 

Data storage issues

Once you deploy IoT systems, your database grows exponentially. To capture IoT data and perform analytics, organizations need high-capacity and high-speed storage along with advanced memory processing technologies. 

Power management of IoT devices

Though there are IoT devices that work via AC power, industrial IoT involves devices that are located in extreme conditions, and they use their battery as their only power source. Companies should track when the battery of an IoT device needs to be recharged or replaced. Finding devices that conserve or produce power when not in use enables businesses to design a sustainable IoT system.

Unstructured data processing that requires data cleaning

IoT sensors collect unstructured data that is difficult to use for analysis. Collected data may contain anomalies if the sensors’ environment or systems are not stable. It is important to identify such data quality issues to improve decision making. 

Analytics challenges

IoT analytics is applications that help analyze data obtained by IoT sensors to make better and data-driven decisions. IoT analytics has some challenges but common analytics challenges also apply for IoT implementation

Internet Of things Implementations:

IoT market is growing and it will disrupt industries like manufacturing, logistics and others. For example, transportation of billions of units of COVID-19 vaccines will require IoT sensors to measure temperatures of vaccines over the entire supply chain. This is critical because vaccines exposed to heat which could become ineffective. At COGNXT we implement various solution to these problems. 

Step 1: Clearly set your business objectives.

Step 2: Research tested IoT use cases.

Step 3: Decide on the correct hardware.

Step 4: Selecting IoT tools.

Step 5: Selecting an IoT platform.

Step 7: Gather useful data.

Step 6: Prototyping and implementing.

Step 8: Apply cold and hot path analytics.

Industries Catered


Manufactures can gain emulous advantage by using production-line monitoring to enable proactive maintenance on equipment when sensors detect an impending failure. Sensors can be measure when production output is compromised. With the help of sensor alerts, manufacturers can briskly check equipment for precision or remove it from production until it is repaired. 


The automotive industry stands to realize consequential advantages from the use of IoT applications. In addition to the benefits of applying IoT to production lines, sensors can detect impending equipment failure in vehicles already on the road and can alert the driver with details and recommendations.  


IoT applications allow retail companies to manage inventory, improve customer experience, optimize supply chain, and reduce operational costs.

Transportation and Logistics

Transportation and logistics systems benefit from a variety of IoT applications. Fleets of cars, trucks, ships, and trains that carry inventory can be rerouted based on weather conditions, vehicle availability, or driver availability, The inventory itself could also be equipped with sensors for track-and-trace and temperature-control monitoring. The food and beverage, flower, and pharmaceutical industries often carry temperature-sensitive inventory that would benefit greatly from IoT monitoring applications that send alerts when temperatures rise or fall to a level that threatens the product. 

Public Sector

The benefits of IoT in the public sector and other service-related environments are similarly wide-ranging. For example, government-owned utilities can use IoT-based applications to notify their users of mass outages and even of smaller interruptions of water, power, or sewer services. IoT applications can collect data concerning the scope of an outage and deploy resources to help utilities recover from outages with greater speed.


IoT asset monitoring provides multiple benefits to the healthcare industry. Doctors, nurses, and orderlies often need to know the exact location of patient-assistance assets such as wheelchairs. When a hospital’s wheelchairs are equipped with IoT sensors, they can be tracked from the IoT asset-monitoring application so that anyone looking for one can quickly find the nearest available wheelchair. Many hospital assets can be tracked this way to ensure proper usage as well as financial accounting for the physical assets in each department. 

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