Systech SysSCRIPT reduces IoT development time by an order of magnitude


Industry experts agree there will be over 50 billion IoT devices worldwide by the year 2020. Reaching this goal will require a new generation of IoT tools that can streamline the development process. This week, Systech is introducing such a tool, the Systech SysSCRIPT, which allows for the creation of IoT solutions in minutes, rather than months.

IoT impacts every business. The Internet of Things will help a business reduce costs, provide new services, improve operations, and increase customer satisfaction. Traditionally, IoT requires significant hardware and software development, often requiring months to create a production IoT solution.

Systech is optimising and simplifying how IoT solutions are implemented. Last year, Systech introduced the SysLINK IoT gateway that can be constructed like toy building blocks. The hardware building blocks provide connectivity to a wide variety of IoT sensors and actuators with interfaces such as cellular, Wi-Fi, ZigBee, and Z-Wave.

Today, with the introduction of SysSCRIPT, software development can be equally simple. Architected for ease of use, the power of IoT edge computing is now available for just about any application. IoT software can be developed by system integrators or VARs without the need of a software development team. This simplicity also provides a dramatic reduction in software development time.

“We are not talking about just an incremental improvement”, highlights Robert Lutz, Systech’s business development director. “Systech’s new SysSCRIPT technology provides an order of magnitude improvement in M2M deployment time. And, sooner to market means sooner to revenue.”

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