Pictured is Scottish Shepherd Evie and Nordic Semiconductor’s Thingy in autumn colours.
Agility is needed when moving on the slippery cliffs of autumn. Agility is also the order of the day in organisations and in the development of operations.
New ways of working must be able to be tested quickly so that we know what works and what should be implemented more widely.
When it comes to new digital services, agile experiments are now almost standard in the project process.
For example, Nordic’s Thingy is a handy-sized independently data-transmitting device suitable for agile IoT experiments. It comes with a comprehensive set of sensors and works with the battery in a suitably optimized way for several months, which is sure to be enough for most experiments, for example in tracking moving objects. We’ve connected Thingy to Sensoa’s Data Collection, and the whole works great together.
Contact us if you want to hear more about how to quickly experiment on these platforms in your operating environment.