We know that for some people hardware devices plus Agile just doesn’t sum up. Agile may even feel a bit odd for hardware development, with all the tools and processes behind it. The problem is, hardware is often deprived of iterative development and therefore its release may be overwhelmingly stressful (and exciting for sure) for the company developers.
What we’ve discovered on our way, is that design and UX is one of the most critical parts of any IoT project. I mean, one thing is to collect some cool data from your devices, another is to visualize it and make it accessible for a user. In this blog post, we will discuss how to merge the design world with IoT to visualize complex real-time data.
In the IoT cloud world, there are few brands that are recognisable at the beginning. IBM BlueMixh is one of them. Moreover, they are one of the pioneers in IoT cloud solutions. They’ve grown to be a platform that has a breadth of functionalities that I have not seen in any competitors. The whole service is split into 12 categories which help in whole system design and navigation in created architecture.
How it’s begun ?
A few months ago I bought a smartband. The main idea being prosaic - I wanted to receive notifications from a smartphone as well as have a good pedometer. A few weeks after the purchase, the same company came out with a new version of the device that included one great feature… a heartbeat detector.
*I would not be a true ...