IoT applications for a smarter business

The IoT presents wonderful opportunities for innovation, but you need to seize them. With low-code, you can quickly develop IoT applications that transform your business operations.

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Outperform your competition
with groundbreaking IoT applications

The Internet of Things enables product innovations and new business models. However, by combining smart sensors and applications, you can also optimize your current business processes. For example, through asset tracking and predictive maintenance.


Real-time insights

IoT sensors provide continuous visibility into the usage of your equipment and products. For instance, you can track valuable assets using trackers and monitor machines for malfunctions.


Increased efficiency

An IoT application can make various processes more efficient, from asset tracking to quality control and predictive maintenance. It helps you get more out of your business assets.


Enhanced customer experience

The IoT also translates into a superior customer experience. Your customers benefit from optimized products and services, efficient logistics processes, and a higher level of service.

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Every low-code project starts with an introductory meeting. Together, we will discuss your digital challenges and assess whether low-code is indeed the solution. We will also address all your questions regarding important topics such as:

  • Automation
  • System integration
  • Platform selection
  • Consultancy
  • Costs and planning

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What is the IoT?
The Internet of Things (IoT) refers to the billions of devices that collect and exchange data via the internet. From thermostats and pacemakers to locks and airplanes, nearly all physical objects can be connected to the internet. In addition to smart consumer devices, there are also many types of IoT applications in business. For instance, you can use sensors to track construction equipment, monitor agricultural crops, measure the fill level of waste containers, and perform predictive maintenance on machines.
What is an IoT application?
An IoT application consists of several components. Firstly, there are the sensors and devices that generate data, such as usage or environmental data. Then there is the connectivity that sends the data to the cloud, which can be a mobile connection or a Wi-Fi network, for example. In the cloud, the raw data is processed into information. Finally, this information reaches the user through notifications or a dashboard.


What are IoT applications used for?
  • Asset tracking
  • Remote access (for updates and configurations)
  • Product enhancement
  • Process automation
  • Fleet management
  • Quality control
  • Preventive maintenance
  • Transport monitoring
What are the benefits of an IoT application?

IoT applications can enable more efficient business processes, better products, and higher levels of service. Here are some statistics highlighting the power of IoT:

  • 83% of companies operate more efficiently thanks to the use of IoT technology.
  • 63% expect to recoup their IoT investments within three years.
  • More than 60% of organizations worldwide have already implemented IoT applications.
  • For 93% of executives, the benefits of IoT outweigh the risks.
  • Nearly half of IT decision-makers believe that IoT is transforming their businesses and industries.

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Requirements for IoT applications

Choosing the right hardware for your IoT application is crucial. For instance, asset tracking relies on specialized sensors to monitor and locate valuable items.

Reliable connectivity
There are various options for connecting to the cloud, such as Wi-Fi, 4G/5G, Bluetooth, or a low-power wide-area network (LPWAN).

Accessible interface
Collecting data is not an end goal; it's about translating the data into actionable insights. This requires an accessible and user-friendly dashboard.

An IoT project typically starts small, but the technology should be scalable to easily accommodate hundreds, thousands or even millions of sensors.

Secure and compliant
An IoT application must be fully secure, especially when processing sensitive data. This applies to both the sensor, connectivity, and the application.

Integrating your IoT application with other systems, such as the ERP software, helps maximize the value of sensor data and move towards data-driven operations.


Standard solution versus custom development

If you want to modernize your business processes with an IoT application, you have various options. The main choice is between a standard solution and a custom application. With a standard solution, you can quickly get started at relatively low costs. However, it may be limited in terms of customization to meet your specific requirements. Crucial functionality for your application may not be available.

At House of low-code, we don't believe in this approach. We often see organizations choosing a standard solution while their unique processes require customization. We strongly believe that the business should take the lead, rather than being dictated by technology. That's why we build tailor-made IoT applications that perfectly align with your business operations, using future-proof low-code technology.

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Why low-code?

Traditional software development involves complex and rigid processes, requiring manual coding using programming languages. Extensive specifications and planning consume valuable time, which clashes with the dynamic and innovative nature of IoT projects. As a result, when introducing an IoT application, it often fails to align with the evolving business landscape. Moreover, attracting experienced programmers can be challenging, leading to increased costs.

Low-code technology eliminates these challenges. By using visual building blocks and models, low-code allows you to quickly assemble an IoT application. With low-code, you can rapidly build applications, add new functionality with ease, and often at lower costs. Here are the key advantages of using low-code:

Rapid development
Low-code accelerates the development of IoT applications. A project can be completed within a few weeks.

Lower costs
Low-code development is cost-effective. It saves time and requires less expensive programming knowledge.

A low-code platform is highly scalable, providing a stable foundation that grows with your IoT application.

Increased agility
Innovation is not a straight upward line. With low-code, you can quickly adapt and expand an IoT application.

Quick integration
The strength of low-code lies in its ability to relatively easily integrate an IoT application with other systems.

Simplified management
A low-code application consists of standard components, reducing the risk of bugs and simplifying maintenance.

Why House of low-code?

House of low-code is a collective of independently operating low-code agencies, each specializing in a specific low-code technology. Our consultants act as independent advisors, mapping your digital challenges, determining if low-code is indeed the solution, and selecting the right platform. Subsequently, we develop the application in an agile manner through one of our agencies, ensuring speed and quality for our clients.

Independent advice
We are not bound to one technology and always choose the best solution.

Comprehensive offering
From customer portals to ERP systems: we build virtually all types of business software.

Quality assured
We train our consultants and developers in-house to maintain control over quality.

Unlimited capacity
With over 100 low-code engineers, we can handle the largest projects.

Way of work

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IoT applications
come in many forms

With low-code, you can create a wide range of IoT applications that optimize efficiency or ensure product and service quality. Here are a few examples of such applications:

Asset tracking

Need to keep track of your assets' whereabouts? Asset tracking ensures efficient operations and prevents theft

Process automation

By leveraging IoT, you can automate diverse processes, including supply chain management and quality control.

Predictive maintenance

IoT enables proactive, data-driven maintenance to prevent disruptions and minimize downtime.