SYSWIN SOLUTIONS delivers high-performance IoT & M2M solutions on a single platform integrating different technologies, communication protocols and sensors to respond to the connectivity requirements that companies and the public sector need to meet in areas like Environment, Smart City, Smart Building, Metering, Industrial Control, Logistics, Security, Media and Casino Management.
Over the next few years, IoT is expected to have an enormous impact on products and services development and to generate an explosion of data delivered by connected devices. We have the ability to handle this explosion of information due to our experience of storing and analyzing vast amounts of big data. Data security and privacy will also become increasingly important as more of our consumers engage with IoT products.
More than 150 companies worldwide trust Syswin Solutions.
With extensive expertise in microelectronics and programming, he designs and implements creative and successful IOT applications.
Engineer who loves science and technology, has a pragmatic entrepreneurial spirit which prompts him to quickly identify product-market fit.
Engineer passionate about technology and inventions, with a background of more than 20 years in project management. Focused to deliver company projects always in high standards.
An impressive number of M2M projects and his expertise in embedded software and hardware integration have ensured innovative and successful product roll-out.
Dedicated professional with a background in sales and project management, responsible for achieving objectives in a challenging and fast-paced environment.
The Internet of Things is a broad vision of a future where everything — objects, machines, and people — is connected and communicating, therefore bringing together the physical and digital worlds.
The GSMA’s vision for the Internet of Things is the ‘Connected Life.’ The term ‘Connected Life’ refers to the world where consumers and businesses use many different devices to experience compelling new services and permanent Internet access via mobile networks. These devices include a new wave of smartphones, tablets, and consumer electronics, as well as machines, vehicles, computers, and sensors equipped with machine-to-machine (M2M) communications. A combination of technologies, including low-cost sensors, low-power processors, scalable cloud computing and ubiquitous wireless connectivity has enabled this revolution.
Companies are increasingly using these technologies to embed intelligence and sensing capabilities into their products, thereby allowing everyday objects to sense, learn from, and interact with their environment. Some of these devices engage in machine-to-machine communication.