Companies are implementing IoT by purchasing and customizing turnkey technologies. However, more companies are looking at developing their own Internet of Things (IoT) apps for company-specific use cases that can improve operations, increase revenue, and save costs.
Here’s a breakdown of vendor-supported tools that are gaining traction in enterprise IoT development:
 

Eclipse NeoSCADA

NeoSCADA is a suite of IoT development tools that may be utilized in a variety of ways and for a variety of purposes. It includes front-end and back-end apps, as well as development libraries, interface applications, mass configuration tools, and front-end and back-end configuration tools. When assistance is required, Eclipse fully supports this toolkit with experience. Furthermore, the Eclipse IoT Industry group collaborates with OpenSCADA, an open source IoT development toolset (SCADA) that includes editing and debugging, front-end and back-end applications, libraries, interface applications, configuration tools, and a variety of programming languages such as Utgard, Atlantis, and Orilla.
Who uses this: Companies in the utility, telecom, industrial, airport/facility sectors that use IoT in process control, facility management, power generation, fabrication and equipment manufacturing, and must operate and control these processes in a remote environment.
 

AWS IoT

IoT development tools are available from Amazon Web Services (AWS) for use in the AWS cloud. It includes an IoT developer toolkit for creating IoT applications using C++ APIs (application programming interfaces), as well as support for popular developer IDEs like JavaScript, Python, and PHP. Developers can work from the office or from home because everything is done in the cloud. Companies can also specify cloud-based security criteria for application development, such as who has access to which development resources, when and when encryption should be employed, and so on.
Who uses this: Heavy users of AWS cloud benefit the most because on-cloud AWS IoT development easily integrates with other AWS products. Additionally, any company whose IoT developers are offsite or in home offices will benefit, because the AWS IoT development environment is 100% cloud based.
 

Cisco IoT

 
Cisco IoT Cloud Connect  Platform development tools are centered around network linkages, security and data collections and exchanges with IoT devices. From a use case perspective, Cisco’s developer tools are ideal for application projects that target network and IoT optimization for data speeds and security. This may include automating IoT data collection processes for a myriad of distributed IoT devices, for instance enabling smart cities to collect data from different points of infrastructure.
The Cisco IoT development platform also provides best practices guidance for developers who want to secure IoT and network data in edge operation area – critical for enterprises with multi-location IoT prone to data or network breaches.
Who uses this: Organizations that develop applications for distributed networks of IoT devices, and which have a network-centric focus on IoT development.
 
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