for beacons, wearables and other connected devices. The Internet of Things, which connects cars, homes, wearables, and everyday objects to the cloud, is a hot tech topic these days. Chipmakers such as Qualcomm and Intel are expanding into the space to diversify away from their core chip businesses. Smartphone makers such as Samsung and Apple are entering the wearables and smart home markets to expand their mobile ecosystems. Networking giant Cisco estimates that the number of connected devices worldwide will rise from 15 billion today to 50 billion by 2020. Intel is even more bullish, claiming that over 200 billion devices will be connected by then. Research firm IDC estimates that global spending on IoT devices and services will rise from $656 billion in 2014 to $1.7 trillion in 2020.
Eurisko Mobility offers advanced development for multiple IoT including:
– Beacons & iBeacons
– Smart Watches & Wearable devices
– Connected home devices & appliances
– Voice controlled speakers
– Car screens and connected devices