How We Optimize Costs for IoT Initiatives
As IoT development experts, we’ve developed methodologies and best practices to reduce the cost of your project as much as possible while still providing you with the high level of quality you’re expecting.
It all starts with a Technical Design Sprint where we work to mitigate potential risks, followed by an Agile IoT development process. Compared to a traditional Waterfall methodology, Agile uses short development sprints to quickly create a working product that we then iterate upon.
For example, rapid prototyping with dev kits and 3D printers let us create mockups of our hardware much faster, which then unblocks downstream development on firmware, software, and data science. The result is that our teams can figure out what’s working, what’s not, and how they need to adapt to de-risk the project.
As with any technology, there will always be times when we need to rethink assumptions, update plans, or rethink features. Agile lets us do this much more efficiently.
Our teams will leverage their experience and expertise, but the last piece of the puzzle depends on you. Open and regular communication is key to a successful project. This includes sitting down with you at the initialization phases in order to make sure that we’re 100% on the same page, as well as regular calls and updates. The more you put into this process, the more you’ll get out of it.