Tryme Tech working towards making the world smarter by connecting the “Physical and Digital”. Tryme’s IoT solution makes once “dumb” devices “smarter” by giving them the ability to send data over the internet, allowing the device to communicate with people and other IoT-enabled things. The connected “smart home” solution is a good example of our IoT in action. TRYME devices tracks information in real-time and relays it to us to help make our lives safer, healthier or more efficient
Internet-enabled thermostats, doorbells, smoke detectors and security alarms create a connected hub where data is shared between physical devices and users can remotely control the “things” in that hub (i.e., adjusting temperature settings, unlocking doors, etc.) via a mobile app or website. Far from being restricted to just the home, the IoT things can be found in an array of devices, industries and settings. From smart blackboards in school classroom to medical devices that can detect signs of Parkinson’s disease, IoT is rapidly making the world smarter by connecting the physical and the digital.
While the Internet of Things (IoT) is full of promise and can, in many ways, Tryme’s IoT Solution make our lives easier, it comes at a cost. The devices that we deliver around for our homes control access to our possessions, and our most intimate personal details.
As our reliance on IoT connectivity grows, it’s vital to stay vigilant. Here are six things Tryme Tech does to keep your IoT network—and yourself—safe