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Bluetooth beacon is one of MOKOSmart's main IoT devices.

Bluetooh Beacons

Bluetooth Beacons send signals to device nearby and trigger the actions specified.

IoT sensors

IoT Sensors

IoT sensors detect and respond to the assets, people, or environment being monitored.

IoT trackers

IoT Trackers

IoT trackers track the location and status of mobile assets and people targeted.

IoT Modules

IoT Modules

Sends and receives data with broad spectrum of certified Bluetooth and LoRaWAN module.

IoT Gateways uploads the data collected from the IoT devices to the cloud.

IoT Gateways

Converts communication between devices and transmits data to cloud with IoT gateway.

Smart Plugs

Smart Plugs

Smart plugs,also called sockets and outlets,are used to automate and monitor smart devices.

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loT Devices ODM & OEM Services - Original Manufacturer

MOKOSmart specializes in the design and manufacture of loT Hardware. Our ODM &OEM solution offers a range of loT products for the global smart device market. Currently, our products line includes Bluetooth deices, wireless sensors, LoRaWAN devices, smart home smart sockets/smart switches, loT gateway and smart modules.

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Tailored to Your Needs

Tailored to Your Needs

Whatever in your mind can be turned into IoT devices based on different protocols.

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Read More About IoT Devices

IoT devices like sensors, beacons, tracker, and plugs are hardware programmed for a specific application and is able to process, store and transfer data to the cloud that is connected to the Internet. Developers can use different protocols such as wifi, Bluetooth, LoRaWAN, ZigBee, and NB-IoT to realize different features and characteristics.

IoT device types are various, they can be used for security and access control, location tracking, and environment monitoring.
• IoT devices for industrial Safety
PIR presence, asset trackers, and wearable beacons can be used to detect intruders and avoid the theft of valuable assets. Some IoT devices can even identify small leaks of dangerous chemicals and water so they can be fixed before the problem becomes serious.

• IoT devices for home security
The key driver behind the smart and secure home is the Internet of Things. Pir presence and panic buttons can be controlled via smartphone or other mobile devices. Once there are intruders, security devices can detect that and trigger the alarm.

• IoT devices for personnel management
IoT devices such as wearable beacons can be used for personnel management by tracking their location and health data. With a panic button, some IoT devices can also be used to call for emergency help.

• IoT devices for appliance control
Smart thermostats, smart refrigerators, and connected TVS can be connected to smart plugs so as to act as scheduled and be controlled remotely.

• IoT devices for environment monitoring
Environmental data such as temperature and humidity data can be collected and mainly used for agriculture and logistics to keep the crops growing well and maintain the characteristics of the products.

• IoT devices for energy monitoring
An energy meter is an important tool for energy conservation, and many smart homes and businesses are already using such devices to reduce energy waste and labor management by effectively monitoring energy use.

• IoT devices for efficiency improvement
It’s essential for logistics, warehouses, and enterprises to be notified of the location and process in real-time. Asset trackers are widely used for this purpose, and the managers no longer need to waste time searching for assets and personnel and workers also dare not to get lazy.

There are different functions in different IoT devices, but they all have similarities in the working principle. First, IoT devices are physical objects that detect what’s happening in the physical world. It will transfer the collected data to the cloud through some kind of connection protocol. Once the data reaches the cloud, the software processes it and may then decide to perform an action, such as sending an alert or automatically adjusting a sensor/device. Users can also pass their commands through the system in the opposite direction: from the user interface, to the cloud, and back to the sensor/device to make some kind of change.

As IoT devices grow exponentially each year, companies are taking advantage of the tremendous business value they can offer. As below are some important IoT benefits:
• Enhance business decisions through data-driven analysis of IoT data.
• The sensor data collected makes prediction and analysis possible so that instant countermeasures can be raised.
• Enhanced experience brings out your happy clients and booms the market.
• IoT solutions replace manpower with automation systems to leverage efficiency.
• Streamlining your business saves you lots of money for other investments.

Generally speaking, IoT devices have two major problems: IoT device security and network security. Insecure IoT devices can lead to serious data breaches. The security of IoT devices and the security management of IoT connections are crucial.

Normally, consumers don’t realize that their IoT devices should be protected. Therefore,they never configure onboard IoT security or set a password for the device. By doing this, a rather serious security flaw is created.

However, this flaw is magnified because one connected IoT device is connected to many other devices. Therefore, an insecure IoT device can compromise the security of the entire internet of things network.

That’s why another major issue for IoT devices is cybersecurity. It’s almost not possible to keep all the IoT devices of your network secure all along. Therefore, IoT networks must establish IoT device monitoring and protection measures to limit what can be accessed from compromised IoT devices.

As per the report, the IoT devices market is anticipated to reach $413.7 billion by 2031, growing at a CAGR of 18.6% from 2022 to 2031. In addition, the increased adoption of 5G technology, especially in developed countries, is driving the growth of the IoT devices market.

The IoT device market is segmented on the basis of components, connectivity technologies, and end-use. On a component basis, the market is divided into processors, connected ICS, sensors, etc. In terms of revenue, the sensors segment dominated the market with $24.444.6 million in 2021 and is expected to follow the same trend during the forecast period. By connection technology, the market is divided into Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Zigbee, cellular, NFC, RFID, etc. The cellular market dominated the IoT device market opportunity with $18.653.2 billion in 2021 and is expected to dominate the market in the coming years. By end-use, the market is segmented into consumer electronics, retail, Enterprise, Building monitoring, logistics, etc. Consumer electronics will take the largest share in 2021 and will grow at a CAGR of 18.37%. Regionally, North America, especially the United States, still remains a key player in the global IoT device industry, with major organizations and government agencies in the country investing heavily in resources to develop the technology.

There is no doubt that one growth area in the future will be the use of 5G networks to support Internet of Things projects. The capacity is provided by 5G to accommodate up to 1 million 5G devices in a square kilometer, which means it may be able to use a large number of IoT devices in a very small area, resulting in large-scale industrial deployments of IoT. A trial of 5G has started in the UK and the Internet of things in two “smart factories”. However, widespread adoption of 5G deployments is likely to take some time: Ericsson predicts that by 2025 there will be about 5 billion IoT devices connected to cellular networks, but only about a quarter of those will be broadband IoT, with most of them connected to 4G.

It’s anticipated that 3.5 million 5G IoT devices will be put into use this year and close to 50 million by 2023 and outdoor surveillance cameras will become the largest market for 5G internet o things devices in the near future, accounting for 70 percent of 5G IoT devices this year, falling to around 30 percent by the end of 2023, when they will be overtaken by connected cars.

The key to using IoT devices effectively is to make sure your IoT strategy starts right and to understand how the edges and IoT intersect. Whether you’ve already applied IoT devices or are considering using IoT devices in your organization, make sure you are ready to address the unique security challenges that internet of things devices present

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