Our Team often choose solutions that are easy to understand and provide high perceived value in the context in which they use it. In order to succeed in this area, you must give it the respect it deserves.
IoT Solution Delivery defines a set of key artifacts for the Initial Solution Design. We differentiate between artifacts that cover analysis, projections and planning, functional design artifacts, and technical design artifacts. Although they may be created in parallel, it often makes sense to group them as described in this section.
The goal is to provide an overview of how the various devices and components of the system fit together based, of course, on the original requirements set out. breaking down the solution design into manageable sections helps identify all the required steps needed to fulfill the design. Our belief is that the solution-design document might change.
Knowing our users is no small task. Assumptions we make about what they want to see, when they want to see it, and how it’s displayed need to be verified. This means reaching out to users, listening, and integrating feedback into an interactive design that serves our users.
WE minimizes mistakes for our end user. If our product/project is too complex or has a steep learning curve, the target of our IoT application will be largely missed, and users will quickly abandon it for their old, manual, and reliable alternatives.