Internet of Things

All people connected with the internet make up an important network together

Internet of Things

Every business is now a technology business and with this new era comes opportunities and challenges. At Treeline, we are uniquely positioned with the hardware and software experience to help your business capitalize on the Internet of Things revolution.

The majority of data that many companies will be managing in the future may be coming from devices. This machine-borne data looks very different from the OLTP and OLAP systems we have been using for many years. The data access patterns are very different, the storage systems need to support both real time and archived storage, the mass amount of data that is produced, and the analytical processing is different from traditional Business Intelligence systems.

The IoT Experts

We Use Azure IoT to Bring Connected Devices Together

The Internet of Things (IoT) can be a lot of things—a robotic arm in a connected factory, sensors that help monitor and control a smart building or home, an intelligent coffee machine in your office, and much more. IoT creates vast business opportunities, but also some challenges. It can be time-consuming to get started, and security is complex and spans devices, connectivity, and data. It can be hard to make sense of what you need and who to work with.

Azure IoT simplifies IoT and helps you get started quickly and easily. With the most comprehensive IoT portfolio—spanning solutions, platform services, and industry-leading edge technologies—you can create operational efficiencies, new revenue streams, and better customer experiences. When you connect your business with IoT, the opportunities are endless.

All people connected with the internet make up an important network together. When the Internet of Things (IoT) is fully integrated, the network also enters the dimension of ‘things’. We then have a platform where people and ‘things’ work together to strengthen each other.

The power of the IoT lies in extracting, collecting and using valuable data. Sensors handle the extraction and collection and actuators make it possible to control the systems remotely from a business application.

When data is collected more frequently and more structurally in an automated way, we get higher-quality data with a lower error margin. This will then take the understanding and control of your environment, the so-called ‘situational awareness’ and ‘span of control’, to unprecedented heights.