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While no-code AI-driven IoT applications seem far-fetched, Rob Rastovich, CTO at ThingLogix has helped develop a set of building blocks that he says will support every IoT implementation. He and his team have included asset management, workflow, AI rules, predictive capabilities and more into the AIoT platform to give developers a jumpstart on their IoT deployments. With the AIoT platform, Rastovich says ThingLogix provides 80 percent of what every project needs, and lets you customize the last 20 percent for a business’ specific needs.
During the pandemic, ThingLogix’s WorkWatch health and safety product line caught the attention of workplaces that needed to create smarter, safer environments. Typically, developing a workplace monitoring tool like WorkWatch could take 6 to 8 weeks with a full staff of engineers and developers. Rastovich says ThingLogix was able to spin the application up in a couple of weeks because it was a typical event-driven application.
Rastovich has lots of insights on how to define use cases for IoT, shortcuts for developing and implementing IoT projects, and plans for adding automation through AI without writing code. Listen to his podcast and find out how he’s using IoT to help him be a smarter rancher and his thoughts on which industries are most open to working with IoT and why.
- Listen to IoT in the New Not-so-normal Workplace with Rob Rastovich, ThingLogix.
- Learn more about the ThingLogix and how it is building IoT applications that work with Amazon Web Services, Salesforce, and the cloud.
- Read about ThingLogix in “How AI is Powering a Safe Return to the Workplace.”
- Get insights from solution integrators and other experts who are building IoT market-ready solutions in the connected world, subscribe to the IoT Integrator Wire podcast.