IoT Web Applications


IoT devices are being integrated into all kinds of industries: Home Automation, Smart City, Automotive, Healthcare, Public transport, Industry Automation. No matter where you use IoT technology, you’ll need to control devices and gather valuable data. For this, you’ll need a single control center: a dashboard.

Kemsys specializes in IoT Dashboard, Admin Portals Design & Development that allows you to control your ecosystem, get information from each device, manages its operation, and achieves your organization’s goals.

Mean Stack for IoT Web Apps

Kemsys offers Mean stack development services to produce adaptable, versatile IoT web applications & dashboards, which utilize JavaScript, on both client and server-side.

MEAN stands for MongoDB, Express, AngularJS, and Node.js. Here MongoDB is the database system, and Express works as the backend web framework, frontend development is carried out by AngularJS while Node.js takes care of the backend runtime environment.

Our extensive experience with MEAN Stack development services allows us to quickly craft bespoke solutions for large enterprises and startups.

It’s not just Dashboard; It is an IoT Control Center

Manage your devices

Register and manage your assets and see where exactly they are. Roll out updates, turn devices on or off, change modes, and so on. You can also send requests and commands to your devices and monitor their work and performance.

Enhance data

To make the most of your collected data, you can combine datasets to find correlations and program rule-based actions. Different locations can be subject to different external factors: temperature, pressure, speed, etc. Combine your data and analyze it as a whole to get the most accurate results.

Collect data from your devices

The primary goal of most IoT devices is to collect data. A dashboard allows you to review collected data both retrospectively and in real-time.

View & share reports

Data can be visualized in lots of ways. For ex: Line graphs/gauges/maps, bar charts, pie charts, histograms, heat maps. The reports can be shared with peers & customers.

Alarm Management

This feature is connected with rule logic: if a sensor detects some sort of behavior, hazard, or drastic deviation from the usual measurements, it can set off an alarm and warn you. You can set rules for alarms and manage them according to your business needs.

Monitor processes remotely

The real-time IoT devices monitoring feature helps you know where your IoT devices are and what data they’re gathering. For example, through remote patient monitoring devices, doctors can monitor vitals in real-time without having to visit a patient in person.

Customization & Automation

By tracking & learning from events generated & actions taken, customized offers & automated / rules based policies can be initiated. For example, some insurance companies gather data from cars and offer insurance policies based on whether a customer is prone to speeding.

Setup IoT rules

You can automate most processes with the help of IoT devices. When a IoT device detects a change with its sensor, it can send data to the server and initiate changes in the way your machines work. For example, if a device detects a critical change in pressure, it can trigger certain actions in the machine to relieve that pressure. Rule logic is what makes your system smart and self-managing.

Our customer is managing 90,000+ street light nodes using IoT Dashboards