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Internet of Things

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The Internet of Things (IoT) is an ecosystem built on connected devices or ‘things’. It’s an ecosystem that combines sensing and signalling technologies to collect, process, and/or transmit data. Data which in-turn can be harvested, filtered, and analysed to help either automate a process, trigger an alert, or provide trending information for further analysis – the possibilities are many.

Industries IoT is Impacting


Smart monitoring of the production machinery


Automated machines and crop health monitoring


Location and traffic monitoring


Automated cameras, lighting and alarms which send information directly to an entity able to take action

Health & Safety

Smart health monotors for the elderly at home


Customer location tracking and location based coupon delivery


SCADA systems, smart power meters


Structural integrity calculators, maintenance predictors and earthquake detectors

The Challenges

Taking a problem and solving it with an IoT ecosystem seems like a simple proposition but there are challenges that can slow the progress of any deployment. Being aware of these issues prior to embarking on the journey to create your IoT ecosystem can alleviate potential problems.

The first problem is that there are currently no interoperability guidelines or open standards for IoT devices and hence many vendors are developing their own proprietary solutions – thus the need for integration as an ecosystem grows is critical. At the network layer however, the story is very different with the methods and protocols used for communications being well defined and based on industry ratified standards.

There are many challenges that need consideration when building out an IoT ecosystem, including:

  • How to secure
  • How to monitor and manage
  • Understanding the right communications & signalling to use
  • Understanding the bandwidth requirements
  • Power consumption
  • Data management
  • Interoperability

Where to Start?



What can be measured?



How can MOQdigital Help?

Whether you require consulting skills to help set your IoT strategy, integration skills to bring the most complex IoT environments together, development skills to build unique IoT agents, or professional services skills to rollout your IoT network – MOQdigital has the skills and expertise to help you to Plan, Build and Support your IoT ecosystem.

MOQdigital is a Microsoft Gold Certified partner and was selected to join an elite group of IoT development partners to work with organisations on advanced IoT project development. MOQdigital provides turnkey solutions that take projects from the high-level conceptual phase right through to production systems.

IoT Central is MOQdigital’s “Smart Gateway” solution which helps business deliver IoT solutions quickly, securely and efficiently.

Our approach is to help provide flexible orchestration while offering the scalability to adapt and grow as business needs evolve. MOQdigital can add value when and where you need it by providing the resources to complete your IoT initiatives quickly, efficiently and cost effectively.

We bridge the gap to make the vision possible and get the results you need – to us IoT means the “Integration of Things”

IoT at Work

The construction industry is an inherently dangerous business, often taking place in very remote or inhospitable locations around the world. As an industry leader, Laing O’Rourke is committed to health and safety of its workers, with a belief that everyone has a right to return home safely every day after work. As part of this commitment MOQdigital developed innovative technology based on Microsoft Azure and IoT to collect and analyse data to reduce work-related illness and workplace accidents.

Components of IoT


At this layer, data is displayed as useful information in the form of a dashboard or the results from the analytics layer are used to trigger an event or process.

Components of IoT


This layer is where the smarts happen with the raw or unprocessed data run through analytics engines or algorithm to extract useful information.

Components of IoT


Once the data is collected, it needs to be stored and secured – usually in the form of a database.

Components of IoT


This is a layer where the data that has been collected. Collection points may be setup to be centralised or distributed – or a hybrid of both.

Components of IoT


The physical network that the IoT devices connect to, usually in the form of a WiFi, Low Energy Bluetooth, or Zigbee solution. Security is usually applied across the network layer to ensure protection of data in transit.

Components of IoT


This is the layer that relates to an actual data collector, usually in the form of a sensor, probe or agent running on a machine.


For an individual consultation around your IoT goals

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