IoT Hardware Design and Manufacturing Support

We are a Full-Stack IoT Product Design and Consultancy company providing end-to-end IoT Product Development services.

What We Do Best

We provide end-to-end IoT Product Development Services

One-Stop Hardware Design Solutions

From protoyping to manufacturing we help you in the hardware design journey. We have an experience team of electrical and electronic engineers working on creating hardware products everyday.

Hardware Design Services

Our Hardware Design Services include

  • Components Selection(for prototype)
  • Circuit and Schematic Design
  • BOM Selection
  • PCB Design
  • Hardware Testing
  • PCB/PCBA Manufacturing Support

 

Manufacture without fear!

3STechLabs provide you the ultimate product manufacturing support which you can not find anywhere. Whether you want to manufacture your project for testing and in small qunatities or you are going big and want to manufacture the product at-scale and in thousands of units, we got you covered. We have a large number of PCB/PCBA manufactuing partners around the world we work with them on your behalf to get a complete and cost effective manufacturing package.

Let’s do a Preliminary Research!

Bring your IoT Product idea to life with 3STechLabs. You don’t need to have technical knowledge to explain your idea. Tell us your idea in simple words and we will let you know how to proceed. Let’s start together!

 

Manufacturing and the Internet of Things: How IoT Is Changing the Industry

How the Internet of Things is Changing Manufacturing?

 

Day by day the use of IoT and connected devices are becoming more popular in offices and homes. Smart home thermostats and locks, fitness trackers, and personal assistants are among the most popular IoT devices, with smart house thermostats and locks, fitness trackers, and personal assistants among the most popular. It’s no surprise that IoT has been embraced by manufacturing.

The industrial Internet of Things may improve worker safety, alleviate talent shortages, and increase end-product quality, among other things.

This service page is comprised of examining the use of IoT for manufacturing purposes, most of its potential uses, as well as particular advantages of solutions for supply chains with IoT.

The state of IoT in the manufacturing business right now IoT has already begun to be implemented in manufacturing and supply chains by early adopters. Some organizations are ready to launch full-fledged digital solutions while others are currently conducting market research and producing pilots in order to stay on top of trends.

 As manufacturers focus on automation and digitization the industrial IoT industry is quickly expanding. 90 per cent of manufacturers feel that digitizing their manufacturing processes will provide more long-term benefits than hazards according to a PwC survey. Internet of Things is one of the most important drivers of digital change in manufacturing. The purpose of this technology is to boost operational efficiency, data collection, and personnel safety. Around 46% of the organizations in the United States considers the IoT as a way to increase staff productivity as stated by Accenture.

In the long run, the industrial performance of most IoT-based innovations can be evaluated and will be decisive for Industry 4.0 over the next 10 years. Now that it has become crystal clear that for manufacturers to research and invest, the IoT is a lucrative market. Visualization of IoT manufacturing IoT visualization in manufacturing Smart Manufacturing IoT enables dozens of essential devices for manufacturers (sensors, industrial robots, cameras, intelligent measurement systems, distributed control solutions). This means that this technology is used in all areas of production and supply. Thanks to the Industrial IoT, you can achieve your following goals: Monitoring in real-time. Enhancing communication speed and efficiency as well as the overall pace of production the IoT keeps everyone involved in the production process and up to date. Companies can reduce the amount of work they do during a manufacturing cycle and waste by using real-time monitoring. Device administration through the internet. The administrator can view the condition of the equipment without having to visit the place, and this is just because of the connected sensors. This increases employee productivity, improves storage conditions for manufacturing tools, and lowers expenses. Bring reduction to the machine downtime using condition-based downtime warnings.

 Traditional maintenance is considered to be time-consuming as well as labour-intensive, and it frequently fails to give producers meaningful insights into plant performance and production flow issues. Random inspections, tours, and annual shutdowns provide just a partial image of the process, not the whole picture. Manufacturers can use the Internet of Things to develop state-based management systems or proactive location management strategies. You can boost throughput and reduce machine downtime by receiving IoT-based failure notifications. To detect and fix quality concerns, combine product, customer, and third-party data.

Defects can be addressed and remedied soon before the product hits the market in this manner. Through cross-channel visibility of stocks, common value chain expenses can be reduced. Gartner reported in 2015 that US and European businesses were dissatisfied with the lack of a system to efficiently process multichannel orders because they had no visibility into inventory levels. Everyone in the supply chain gets real-time access to inventory information thanks to IoT in warehouse management and logistics. This helps you to improve the efficiency of your value chain while lowering costs. Allows administrators to monitor the product line’s status in real-time. Supply managers can track product line deliveries and distributions in phases thanks to the Internet of Things.

Keep track of product deterioration and gather customer data. The Internet of Things (IoT) can monitor consumption patterns. This enables manufacturers to determine which product characteristics are popular and, conversely, which aspects should be eliminated. When there is a perceived drop in demand, a corporation can produce a product before the brand’s reputation suffers. Predictive maintenance is used to reduce device failures and repair costs. Manufacturers use the Internet of Things to avoid bottlenecks in the production process, avoid overloads that might lead to equipment degradation, and replace malfunctioning units without generating field confusion.