In its basic form, it requires four components:
The physical entity that you want to extract data from. For example, a thermometer, camera, lasers, weighing scales, a measuring device or robot.
A device that converts the analogue signal from the hardware into digital data for processing by a computer
to transfer the information between the hardware and a computer. The most common connectors are USB cables, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and Ethernet connections.
A program that tells the hardware what tasks to perform, e.g. what measurements to take.
Whether you need software that interfaces with a single hardware device or multiple devices, we can build it for you. We can create mobile, tablet, web or desktop-based applications that are connected to either a cloud based or local database. But that’s not where we stop; to be useful, your system needs a front-end that’s completely user-friendly. That’s why we’ll include elements such as:
A custom user interface (UI) dashboard – whether that’s predetermined or customisable for each user – so it’s easy and quick for you and other users to visualise and understand the data retrieved from your hardware
The ability to securely store large amounts of data or numerous tests indefinitely, enabling data manipulation at a later date
Quick and simple reporting that can be emailed or printed-generate as many reports as you need using a variety of filters
Automatic email alerts that are triggered when readings go outside of certain parameters.
A desktop application to monitor food wastage in restaurants and a web-based temperature recording and reporting system
Though G-Byte Techno is comparably new in the market, however we have worked on an app that interfaces with lasers via USB to control the production of pharmaceutical tablets.
Indeed, G-Byte Techno works with a wide range of industries to create hardware-integrated solutions that drive innovation, create cost efficiency and automate processes.