A New York-based cross-domain tech innovator with a focus on building solutions for smart sensor-enabled devices or distributed environments.
The client has disrupted the IoT market by introducing a multi-faceted electronic textile underlying custom tags. With the sewn-in temperature, accelerometer, and real-time clock sensor layer, the solution was aimed at giving a better understanding of clothing performance to both end users and smart garments brands.
To provide potential customers with a robust service for sensor data processing and display, the client needed a tailored web platform upon a scalable architecture. As a first point, they decided to obtain a sensible prototype with a software requirements specification. Symfa’s stellar ETL solutions design and engineering capabilities became a decisive factor for the client to pick us for the job.
Our team has designed an interactive app prototype, along with decentralized architecture and SRS documentation. The solution is an online platform intended to visualize and report on a wealth of data while connecting smart clothes customers and researchers for controlled user studies.
On top of the custom textile’s lighting and warming capabilities, it serves for transmitting data on clothing usage intensity, climate surroundings, wash cycles, and more.
In case the garments user wishes to capitalize on this information, the detailed stats on each item’s life cycle gets privately synced via the user smartphone NFC to a decentralized blockchain-powered host storage to be further relayed through the online platform.
To ultimately protect user anonymity, the solution provides a token-enabled transaction experience. The smart garment owners can get rewarded for their stats by exchanging it to a custom cryptocurrency via a built-in data exchange.
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