Thanks, @Jose_Cruz! I think establishing connectivity as a key component of the technology stack is a great addition.
I truly appreciate the engagement on this discussion topic - as engineers, I think it’s always helpful to think a bit more broadly about the industries we are in. And certainly, we here at Losant are always excited to hear directly from our users, so thanks again @Lars_Andersson and @Jose_Cruz for your thoughts!
I wanted to make sure that we ended up with output to this discussion, so in taking in your comments and feedback, I’d like to share a new version of the IoT tech stack:
I’ve worked to include the feedback from each of the posts, as well as to provide a bit more context on the broader institutional support that’s necessary for a successful IoT product ('Enterprise Resources"). We are all well aware of how dynamic this industry is, with technology introduction and adoption occurring frequently, so this is a living document and one that will be interesting to see if we all agree on a year from now - who knows what expertise is going to be required in the IoT space in 12 months?
Even just today I stumbled across the following article on common pitfalls to deploying an IoT project, with number one being Expertise and Resources:
Let me know your thoughts on the new graphic!
I’ll be hosting another forum discussion here in the coming weeks so please keep an eye out for that!
Thanks Losant Community!