Technologies and Software Solutions

Our principle is that as our customer, you don’t have to worry about the technical aspect of our service. We select the most suitable operating models for each situation and ensure that the tools and technology are functional – allowing you to focus on what matters.

However, you may still be interested in what happens on the “engine room” side and what technological implementations our operations are based on. Here are the technologies and software solutions we commonly use:

Applications, also known as “apps,” are at the core of user experience. We strive to lay a solid foundation, and often UnSeen Labs is the right place to refine the user experience and specifications with a UI demo before commencing actual development work. This ensures the best possible return on your investment. Smartphone and web applications have also been a significant part of the projects we’ve undertaken for our clients.

Under the hood, there’s a buzz like an anthill. At its best, it’s an efficiently functioning Linux backend, where data processing, interpretation, and communication in various directions happen efficiently and securely. If the operations are running smoothly within containers, it further reduces hardware or platform dependencies.

We harness sensors to generate data, but it often happens that it’s not entirely clear how to derive value from the data. This is a question we can tackle together at UnSeen Labs. We have a few well-proven sensors ready to generate positive revenue streams.

Embedded systems, associated sensors, and wireless or wired connections are excellent puzzle pieces when appropriately applied as part of an integrated system. They can either be at the core of different devices, providing reliable and high-quality functionality to your customers.

Bluetooth LE has been a key component in various solutions we’ve built – both in products and different experiments. We have also integrated Wirepas Mesh technology into the same applications, enabling cost-effective communication between multiple devices. Here are a few examples of such solutions:

  • Embedded or Linux-based device and smartphone application
    • The device can report measurement results to a mobile application in the laboratory or field, from where they can be further stored in a cloud service.
    • The device can be controlled via a smartphone application.
  • Embedded device and Linux-based network-connected device running native or containerized applications
    • Collect sensor data and process or analyze it for reporting purposes.
    • Control processes over the network.
    • Track the movement of materials.
    • Count the number of people.
    • Monitor temperature without a physical sensor in the target location.
    • Monitor processes: the device can gather information from brownfield devices that have not yet been connected to a reporting or control system.
  • Beacon solutions
    • Localization or identification solutions.