Fingent’s IoT Services
IoT solutions and services to fuel higher levels of efficiency and create new business models
Featured Customer Success Stories
Fingent came up with a unique Self Showing Mobile app that uses IoT for connecting clients to rental properties through Lockbox, a point central device for keyless access. This advanced, feature-rich app is a hit among RCM’s clients. It allows them to search for, schedule and view vacant properties.
Why innovate your business with Fingent
Consistent high-quality results with robust agile teams and dedicated QA practices
Highly cost-effective and best-of-breed solutions with no last minute surprises
Transparent project management with maximum adherence to deadlines
Our Unique Approach & Process
By initiating your project with Fingent, you get a dedicated and skilled team backing you up round-the-clock. All our processes are customer-oriented, designed to reduce the cost of business operations, address IT resourcing challenges, and offer you a competitive edge. We start with a deep analysis of your requirements and continue our relationship with post-launch support and updates.
Research and Discovery
Validating and Shaping Idea
Design and Prototyping
Testing and Quality Assurance
Maintenance and Support
Hundreds of leading businesses have derived strategic advantages from our transformative solutions.
The entire engagement was completely transparent and very systematic. It’s been an exceptional working experience.
Their team is completely committed to our success as a client, and they do that with their dynamic team.
They’ve also been great at meeting the needs of our timeframe versus theirs.
They go above and beyond what the typical developer interaction would be.
They were highly responsive to our needs.
We found their project management solid.
Reviews from engineers testify that their code was consistently solid and comprehensively documented.
I have been very pleased with Fingent Corporation’s user experience and design capabilities.
Fingent’s project team demonstrated passion and commitment throughout the dev cycle and it was very evident in their work.
They’re an honest company to deal with … they were always fair and reasonable.
IoT is short for Internet of Things. In simple words, IoT is the network of interconnected things/devices that are embedded with sensors, software, network connectivity and necessary electronics that allow them to collect and exchange data. Gartner defines IoT as a network of physical objects that contain embedded technology to communicate and sense or interact with their internal states or the external environment.
Wearables, smart homes, driverless cars, asset tracking and monitoring systems, connected factory, and connected medical devices are some of the examples of IoT.
Smart devices help users in their daily activities by understanding the simple commands sent by the users. Smart devices comprise interactive electronic gadgets such as smartphones, tablets, phablets, smartwatches, smart glasses, and other personal electronics.
Basic Elements of IoT include sensors/ devices, Gateway for the IoT device to cloud, data processing and analytics, connectivity of devices, cloud server, user interface, automation, and standards and protocols.
- IoT encourages machine-to-machine communication allowing physical devices to stay connected. This leads to improved transparency, efficiency, and greater quality.
- IoT tries to minimize human intervention in workings through automation and control which makes way for faster and timely output.
- IoT brings the power of data to your hand by offering huge volumes of data for processing. You can also monitor and track the status of your assets, improving your supply chain efficiency.
- IoT devices can facilitate employers to improve workplace security and the safety of employees in high-risk settings such as mining, construction, industries, or real-estate. This will allow employers to constantly track and alert employees against dangers.
IoT devices collect different types of data like automation data, status data, and location data.
Internal sensors collect data from IoT consumer devices such as security systems, smart appliances, smart TVs, and wearable health meters.