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IoT for Techies

For Techies Only

NuvIoT was designed by leveraging real-world experience building IoT applications.

If you have spent any time building scalable and secure IoT applications, you know that there are things you will always need to implement.  Based on 20+ years of building these types of applications, we have learned what works, what works really well, and what does not work.  NuvIoT is a collection of things that have worked extremely well that can be tailored to meet your specific application needs.

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Learn by Doing

We make it easy to get started.  Simply define your devices, define the language and/or messages they will send, build a small workflow, and select how you want to listen for those messages.  With this basic infrastructure in place, you will be able to spin up a new runtime instance and start collecting data.  Once you understand the basics, it is easy to expand from there to create a much more sophisticated and powerful application.

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Create Your Own IoT Library

As you start to build applications, you will be creating a set of tested and reusable components.  Once you define a message parser for your new state-of-the-art application, those definitions can be used on any additional IoT application you build.

You can even make the definitions public so that other people who are integrating a similar application can get a jump-start on building their own systems.

Achieve Your Goals

At Software Logistics, we have built many sophisticated and powerful systems over the years.  As a result of that experience, we know the kinds of things that are required for IoT applications and have built a collection of technologies, tools, and processes to let you focus on your specific business needs.  This frees you up to predictably use your creativity to achieve your goals rather than get lost in all of the complex details necessary to build sophisticated, scalable, and secure applications.

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