Intelligent digitalization through IoT
Iterator IT creates growth, new business opportunities and sustainability through intelligent digitalization with IoT.
We are experts within IoT, Cloud, Webplatforms, Apps & Data visualization.
From project scoping to full blown IoT-solutions
Iterator IT helps industrial companies and other types of organisations digitalize their businesses through IoT. We exist to utilize the opportunities for business, growth, sustainability, and efficiency that intelligent digitization through IoT provides.
IoT is not so much a technology as it is a mindset. If one can see the idea of connecting a physical product to the internet, there are almost endless possibilities. Our task is to help our customers see those possibilities and to turn those ideas into scalable business realities.
We are a 100% Danish company and take pride in being close to our customers and their reality, regardless of industry, with shared ownership of the projects, enthusiasm, and an unwavering belief in the future.
In order to create the greatest value for companies through IoT, it requires that we are fully up-to-date on all the latest developments in hardware, cloud, and visualization. We ensure you have the right hardware capable of collecting the precise data you need. We develop an IoT platform that processes and stores your data and last but not least, we develop a mobile application and/or web platform that presents your data in the most appropriate way.
"Hardware is the first step in the technical aspect of an IoT project. It is here that you determine what type of IoT device is needed, depending on the physical object you want to retrieve data from and the reason for doing so.
At Iterator IT, you receive:
- Advice regarding hardware selection.
- Sourcing of hardware
- Access to hardware development partners
Cloud should be considered as the 'brain' of your IoT project - it is the IoT platform itself. In this step, the collected data from the physical object is received and transformed into meaningful insights and information, which can be used to understand your data.
At Iterator IT, you receive:
- Data storage
- Data processing
- Device management
The final step in your IoT project is data visualization. Data visualization covers the ways in which the user gains insight into the collected data. The user is typically presented with the retrieved data, through a dashboard, app, or a web portal.
At Iterator IT, you receive:
- App development
- Webportal development
Insights into usage data
Insight into usage data can help companies understand how their technology or service is being utilized and what motivates their customers to interact with them. This can aid companies in identifying areas for improvement and creating more value for their customers.
Insight into usage data can also be useful in understanding market patterns and trends. For example, companies can use usage data to see which products or services are being used the most and which are not being used as much. This can help companies adapt their product line and marketing strategy to meet customer needs and preferences.
IoT devices can collect data on how their users interact with them and send this data back to the companies. This enables companies to offer personalized advice based on the user's preferences and needs.
An IoT implementation also provides companies with access to real-time data on how their products are being used and what may be improved.
Enhanced product development
IoT enables the collection of data on product usage: IoT devices collect data on how they are used and send this data back to businesses. This allows companies to access data on how their products are used in the real world and what could be improved.
More profitable service agreements
By connecting your products to the Internet, you gain insight into how they are used. It also means that in the event your customer reports any faults in your product, you can identify the problem via your dashboard. This allows you to provide support over the phone instead of having to send an expensive technician for every little problem that occurs.
Automation of processes
Based on the data collected by IoT devices, companies can automate parts of their processes using software. For example, an industrial sensor can collect data on the temperature of a machine, and the software can automatically adjust the temperature to ensure it is always within the optimal range.
IoT devices can also be integrated with other systems and processes, such as a company's finance system or production planning system. This enables companies to automate entire business processes using IoT.
IoT devices, such as smart thermostats and electricity meters, can collect data on where and how energy is being used and send this data back to businesses. This allows businesses to access data on what their energy use looks like and what can be improved.
It enables automation of energy consumption: based on the data collected by IoT devices, companies can automate parts of their energy consumption using software. For example, a smart thermostat can collect data about the temperature in a room, and the software can automatically adjust the temperature to ensure it is always within the optimal range.
Operational safety and predictive maintenance
IoT devices, such as sensors and other data collection devices, can be installed on equipment and machines to measure their health and performance. This data can be analysed to identify potential failures and predict breakdowns. By acting on this data, businesses and organisations can make repairs or replace equipment before it breaks, which can reduce downtime and increase operational reliability.
IoT devices can also be used to automate the management of devices and systems. For example, an IoT-powered motor controller can automatically adjust motor speed and load based on data about consumption, temperatures and other factors. In this way, the device can ensure the motor is running optimally, which can reduce wear-and-tear and extend service life.
New business models
IoT can create new business models by allowing companies to offer subscription-based services, where customers pay for access to products or services rather than owning them. For example, a company could offer subscriptions to a special type of IoT device that measures and analyses data on home energy consumption. In this way, customers can access this service instead of having to own the device themselves, which may be a more attractive option for some customers.
IoT can also create new business models by enabling companies to offer services based on data from IoT devices. For example, a company can offer services that analyse data on traffic patterns in a city and provide advice on how best to plan your journey to avoid congestion and delays. In this way, the company can create a new source of revenue by selling access to these services.
We have extensive experience in digitizing Danish companies, and we are particularly skilled at IoT projects. Here are three examples of projects we have developed. Click "see more" below and get inspired on how you can digitize your business!