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Internet of Things Solutions Outsourcing in Vietnam

The Internet of Things has become one of the most important technologies in the 21st century. It has integrated into your life so well that, most likely, you have an IoT device within arms reach!

How do you think the world has changed with IoT? Today, healthcare sectors use it to remotely monitor heartbeats in patients with a high risk of stroke; smart cars use it to turn on the temperature, navigate the road, or even self-drive to make the experience more comfortable; governments use it to understand the traffic and automate sensors to ease congestion.

It is noticeable how our world is surrounded by IoT, and businesses are only starting to understand the possibilities and potential applications for this technology. At Dirox Labs, we implement IoT solutions to maximize the potential for your business operations. Consult with us to learn what your business needs and how Dirox can help you!

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Introduction to Internet of Things

Ah, the Internet of Things. Such a vague yet intriguing concept. In a few words, it is a network of devices that can connect and exchange data with one another through the internet. The term IoT is generally used for devices that are not expected to have an internet connection, meaning a PC or a smartphone would not be considered an IoT device.



IoT applicators use machine learning and artificial intelligence algorithms to gather data on your surroundings and translate it into valuable insights for your business. IoT is used everywhere, by governments, healthcare facilities, businesses, or homes. It facilitates location tracking, remote management, and fosters cheaper and greener manufacturing.



Dirox helps businesses implement Internet of Things solutions - a combination of devices, data sources, internet-connected hardware and sensors - to report information that helps answer a question or solve a problem.

Our Company’s Offshore Internet of Things Services

  • IoT consulting
  • PoC development
  • IoT apps development for PC & Mobile
  • AI and Machine Learning integration
  • APIs integration
  • Remote control software development
  • Hardware set-up & configuration
  • Data collection & transmission (RFID, NFC, Bluetooth, WiFi, Internet…)
  • IoT data analytics
  • Functional, security & performance testing

Why Use our Outsourced IoT Solution Services?

Applications of IoT

Why Choose Dirox?

Pioneers of the field

Dirox Labs was created to study and help businesses transform with the continuously evolving technology. We have an assembled team of unmatched talents who are development experts.

Top-tier consultation

Still don’t get what this new technology is all about? Reach out to us to talk to our experienced consultants who will help you understand what it is and how it can benefit your business!

Quality assurance

With years of experience working with clients from various industries, the QA experts at Dirox skilled in manual & automated testing will guarantee a quality delivery on your project.

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Your Questions about Internet of Things

IoT is a network of interconnected devices that use sensors to study, monitor, report on, send, and exchange data. IoT devices are typically connected to the internet via data or Wifi networks. However, IoT is not limited to these technologies, more examples include actuators, cloud, Bluetooth, speakers, and touch screens. IoT devices can take the form of RFID chips and smart devices as well.
Since IoT has been gaining popularity and experimented with in different fields, the supply chain industry was completely transformed by this technology. In a supply chain, at every step of the process, IoT solutions are used to optimize and accelerate the operation. Here are some useful ways IoT has advanced the supply chain. - Inventory Forecasting: With machine learning, IoT can learn over time the pattern that enables an accurate forecast and immediately plans interventions if a problem is detected. - Monitoring & tracking: IoT systems like RFID helps supply chain managers locate the exact shipment or asset in real-time. This helps increase transparency which contributes to improved customer satisfaction. It can also monitor the storage conditions of raw materials and products. - Administration: The implementation of IoT has helped automate warehouse operations in large warehouses for major retailers and logistic companies. Machine intelligence with IoT is also an extremely beneficial tool to improve resource management by finding inefficiencies or detecting resource leaks.
IoT Proof of Concept is similar to a test run before the real implementation. It is a perfect way to introduce IoT into your business while verifying that the solution performs excellently. Utilizing IoT PoC allows you to experiment with the new model that benefits your operation process by evaluating your environment, collecting data, transforming & visualizing information, assessing performance, and other capabilities of digital transformation.
IoT devices have been so readily available that we sometimes forget it has only been possible so recently. Here are just a few examples of IoT in our lives. - Healthcare: Nowadays, your health can be monitored automatically and remotely in real-time. Sudden changes in temperature, blood pressure, heart rate, and so on are quickly notified so you can take action fast before the condition gets worse. Data collected could help physicians choose the best course of treatment and reach expected outcomes. - Smart Home: Ever wanted to come home to a cool lit-up house on a hot summer day? You can do that now with smart homes. Everything in your house from lights, water flows, and alarms all from one place. Not only are you promoting security, but also making your life a lot easier. And don't worry about forgetting to turn off your oven ever again! - Smart City: The term “smart city” has been a popular concept where the Internet of Things applications improve urban infrastructure and make urban centers more efficient, cheaper, and easier to live in. An application example would be sensors tracking the traffic and controlling traffic lights to decongest traffic.