Connect, collect, manage, and aggregate data from lots of physical objects and devices with our various IoT services. From device prototyping and embedded software development to IoT design and architecture, we have the advanced expertise necessary to provide comprehensive solutions that cover every aspect of your project. We support you in building business-oriented IoT solutions and we help you make use of AI and ML algorithms for better predictive and real-time analytics of your sensors and device data.
Choose eSolutions IoT end-to-end connectivity services for innovative and forward-looking projects or for operational optimization for industrial, automotive, and commercial workloads.
Sensors monitor environmental conditions helping you measure temperature, vibration, pressure, humidity, light or fluid levels. Actuators do pneumatic, hydraulic, electric, thermal, or magnetic actions that rely on sensors to do their job. We have expertise in implementing or developing both for your IoT project.
We design and implement firmware for devices, with code written in C/C++, Go, C, and embedded on hardware. Written on the hardware device's non-volatile memory, once programmed, it stays programmed. Our experts aim at maximizing performance while minimizing memory usage and power consumption.
IoT Cloud represents the underlying infrastructure, servers, and storage needed to support IoT devices and applications, which then provide continuous monitoring of all your assets. We are technology-agnostic and will work with the cloud of your choice (Google Cloud Platform, Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services).
Embedded software represents software programmed for a specific device. Programmed on a chip, embedded software helps you control the functions of various hardware devices. Our engineers have a deep understanding of both hardware and software, focusing on optimizing code and ensuring timely responses.
An over-the-air (OTA) system provides the wireless delivery of new or updated firmware, software, encryption keys, and other types of data to embedded systems. These systems play a pivotal role in keeping devices up-to-date. We encrypt and authenticate OTA updates and deliver them to end users via a secure protocol.
To account for the various IoT use cases, we leverage a versatile set of technologies, from MQTT for efficient messaging, to Raspberry Pi and Arduino for hardware interfacing and custom device development, as well as System on Chip (SoC) microcontrollers (such as ESP32, ESP8266 from Espressif) for compactness, integration, and efficiency.
We wouldn’t be here without our customers that present us with the different challenges and business scenarios they are facing. While some goals remain the same across industries, every client’s needs are unique. We are curious to find out yours!
Take a minute to read the below IoT case studies to find out more about our projects, our clients’ challenges, and the solutions we came up with for their use cases.
ReefBeat®/ ReefWave® - Smart Reef Pumps System
The ReefWave® pumps, developed for Red Sea, feature a patented cross-flow technology, ensuring a water motion that’s perfect for corals, wherever they are placed in the aquarium.
ReefBeat®/ ReefLED™ - Smart Reef Lighting System
ReefLED™ is a smart reef lighting system, that has been designed to ensure optimal coral growth and coloration. The ReefLED™ lights are guaranteed to be reef-safe and very easy to set up.
You can tell we’re passionate about IoT! Whether you're an IoT enthusiast, a tech professional, or simply curious about the future of technology (and robotics), our blog is here to unravel the complexities and possibilities that IoT presents.
Check out our blog posts to see what we’ve been up to lately and what we can do for your project or business.
How to Build a Hexapod 3: Assembling the Electronics
While in the last part of the hexapod tutorial series we planned the electronics, it is time to discuss the sizing, the design electronics diagrams, do the PCB design, and finally build and assemble them all together into our hexapod. Read the previous two parts before embarking on this article.
How to Build a Hexapod 2: Planning the Electronics
After 3D-printing all the necessary parts and mounting the hexapod in part one of the tutorial, in this second part we will approach the electronics. We’ll go through electronics planning, discussing Raspberry Pi, servo motors, end leg switches, sensors, power supply, and battery.
How to Build a Hexapod 1: Mechanics
In this three-part tutorial we will present how to build a hexapod robot from scratch. We will go through all the details about the mechanics, electronics, and the software for our hexapod. In this first part, we are going to show you what 3D parts you need to print and how to mount them together.
Getting this far was the first step. Now take another step towards implementing successful IoT projects.
Let us know your project's requirements and we will be more than happy to assist you.