When it comes to product development for the Internet of Things, the next big thing has to be delivered faster than ever and keep pace with updates and enhancements. It also needs to work with other connected Internet of Things products that are also constantly being updated and improved.
Successful implementation of product lines and good variant management can offer competitive advantages in many industries, allowing those who succeed at implementation to more quickly evolve their products and leverage product lines to meet dynamic market demands.
As the Internet of Things integrates itself into our personal and professional environments, managing its complexity has become a serious task. New advances in continuous engineering can help bring simplicity out of potential chaos.
The Internet of Things is becoming a part of everyday life, but its complexity can be daunting from an engineering standpoint. See how continuous engineering can help you manage the challenges surrounding the Internet of Things.
In the Internet of Things ecosystem, connecting devices requires connecting components. This requirement is where the maker process comes in—a solution for continuous engineering of devices and systems of devices that make up the Internet of Things.
With the growth of big data and analytics comes additional responsibilities to ensure privacy. Privacy engineering are the tools, use case scenarios and measures to insure that privacy has been designed into your solutions and operational practices.