Internet of Things, IoT solutions

 

Internet of Things is beyond the hype. All cool gadgets have been shown on the internet and now the time has come to build solutions that really add business value. Using new hardware solutions that have become mature will help you get the information you need.

Arlanet has been active in the IoT market since 2015.


This means that we also know the challenges that IoT development will bring. Although baking hardware in a pizza oven had its charm, this is not what a business is looking for. Time has come to grow up and enable your business to gain new insights.

Platform

Arlanet IoT

We have developed an innovative IoT platform that controls the flow of the right information over multiple devices. We use this to create fast and affordable Proof of Concept soltions.

Microsoft

Azure IoT

We build on the IoT platform of Microsoft Azure that delivers more possibilities each day. Arlanet makes sure your IoT solution runs smoothly and connects seamlessly with the platform.

Reporting

PowerBI

Not all data is actual information. All irrelevant data also creates extra storage, costs and difficulties during reporting. Together with PowerBI from Microsoft we deliver information and reporting that gives real insights.

A plan with purpose

Concepting

 

An Internet of Things (IoT) project needs a clear purpose and plan. The offline world has many unknowns that can be a factor in the measurements or functioning of a solution. With a Proof of Concept (PoC) you can analyze the risks and rewards before starting the full project.

From the PoC we can work towards a first version, the Minimum Viable Product (MVP) which has all the basics that are needed to create business value.

 

Hans Oosting, IoT Consultant

How to build a Proof of Concept (PoC, in Dutch).

Give us your challenge and we'll give you the solution.

Schedule a workshop or free brainstorm session with one of our Digital Engineers.

 

 

Internet of Things case

INSIGHT IN SCALABLE ROOMS

ZOKU

 

Every hotel room has appliances that should match the usage of the guests. But how much are these appliances used and by which type of guest?

Using IoT to create insight into this question, we have created a solution that measures the usage without conflicting with privacy regulations.