At Iterator IT, we focus on creating customized IoT solutions for our clients. IoT technology is a key factor in the modern digital transformation of businesses, and our goal is to help our clients integrate IoT systems into their operations to increase efficiency and achieve better results.
An important part of our work is our tech stack. A tech stack is a collection of technologies used to develop and operate systems and applications. Our tech stack includes a variety of different technologies:
Connectivity technologies such as Bluetooth, LoRaWAN, Sigfox, 4G, 5G, USB, and MQTT enable communication between devices, sensors, and systems in IoT and other applications. These technologies provide various types of wireless and wired connections that are tailored to different use cases, from short-range device-to-device communication to long-range, low-power data transfer. They form the basis for connected devices and enable real-time exchange of data.
Technologies for software development include frameworks, tools, and programming languages that facilitate the creation of websites, mobile applications, and server-side functions. Frontend development can be simplified by using technologies such as React, React Native, Angular, and Electron. Adobe Xd is a popular UX technology used for designing user interfaces. Backend development can be supported by technologies such as ASP.NET, .NET Core, NodeJS, and Node-RED. Programming languages such as C#, TypeScript, and Python provide opportunities to write code across different platforms and applications.
Cloud technologies encompass a wide range of services and tools that enable scalable, flexible, and cost-effective computing and storage solutions. Public cloud platforms such as Azure provide infrastructure, platforms, and software as a service. Authentication technologies such as Azure Key Vault, OAuth 2, and Azure Active Directory are used to secure access to cloud services. Storage and database technologies such as MongoDB, CosmosDB, and SQL allow for efficient data management in the cloud. IoT gateway and edge computing technologies such as Chirpstack and Azure IoT Edge are used to process data close to the source and reduce latency. Real-time communication technologies such as SignalR, Redis, and Kafka are used to enable real-time communication between cloud-based applications and devices in the field.
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