mReady

Super App Design & Development

4.0 (1 Reviews)
About mReady
Mready is the place where great mobile apps are being tailored to fit the exciting visions of both startups and companies. Through our mobile strategy consultancy, design and development services we help our clients reach new horizons in the era of mobile technologies. Our p...
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$25 - $49/hr
10 - 49
2011
Romania
mReady
Super App Design & Development
4.0 (1 Reviews)
1 Review
Client Reviews
Andrei RosuReviewed on 15/11/18
Great for development, good for upgrades :)
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Reviewed on 15/11/18 by Andrei Rosu
Role: President at Asociatia CIA - Coaching In Alergare
Great for development, good for upgrades :)
We collaborated for the development of a running app (iOS). We are very happy with the design and the speed of launching the 1st version. Small bugs were fixed on the way, but some of the bugs were fixed with some delay (especially when new iPhone models were launched)

What do you like most about the company?

Design

What they should improve on?

Speed in fixing bugs

Rating breakdown
Quality
Reliability
Ability
Overall
Other details
Services:
Mobile App Development
Project Budget:
$10001 to $50000
Project Duration:
10 Weeks
Project Status:
Completed
Services

Mobile App Development, Web Design, Custom Software Development, UI/UX Design

 

Focus
Service Focus
Discussions
  • Business Management
  • IoT Platform as a Service
1 Answer
Today, an infinite amount of data is available in real-time, either from machines, objects, customers, or suppliers. This fact is vital to the success of many industries. Not just in manufacturing, but also in logistics, development, and the service industry are completely new possibilities emerging.  It is critical not only to implement technology but also to assist you in designing your own individual digital transformation strategy and identifying and developing your individual use case. Your Internet of Things (IoT) projects must add value to your company.  Let's take a closer look at what's going to be the futuristic applications of IoT in the industry. Robotics and Automation: Smart manufacturers are designed to be efficient. This is a hotbed of robotics and automation. The ongoing trend toward collaborative environments is a significant factor. This trend will continue into more advanced application kits, making collaborative robots more appealing. To be able to have cost-effective solutions like these that process just about enough data at the edge or in the cloud. Because your workforce must be at ease when interacting with the system, simplification is critical. Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing: Automated assembly will become a reality, with industries seamlessly integrating multi-part assemblies made up of 3D printed metal and plastic parts. The surface texture will be coded with data payloads for 3D printed parts. Educational institutions and training programmes will develop a new series of thought processes to free designers from old paradigms and enable them to access future technologies.  Futuristic wearables: When considering how wearables can positively impact the manufacturing space, it is critical to look beyond the form factor and concentrate on the application. Wearable devices are not limited to eye-based devices, with today's smartwatches capable of tracking medical statistics serving as an accurate portrayal of alerting a manager of an employee's fatigue via a watch, ensuring he is fit to continue. The primary objective of wearables is to find applications that can improve worker safety and production efficiency. Growing need for 5G: As data creation and utilisation continue to increase, so do bandwidth demands. 5G network technology, the most recent generation of data network, meets the need for high-speed, dependable, and secure connectivity that facilitates a new highly mobile reality. 5G is roughly 100 times faster than 4G, with speeds of up to 100 gigabits per second. Continued IoT efforts: As a pipeline linking and collecting heaps of data from a wide range of equipment and devices, IoT continues to make steady progress as more businesses embark on their journey. Manufacturers should be aware if they've not already implemented IoT, they are already falling behind their competitors, where 81 per cent of industrial manufacturers have used IoT to increase productivity and nearly two-thirds plan to increase their IoT investment over the next year. Moving ForwardManufacturing industries and all other industrial sectors need to acknowledge and accept the growing functionalities of IoT and work towards implementing them effectively if they haven’t already.  
Today, an infinite amount of data is available in real-time, either from machines, objects, customers, or suppliers. This fact is vital to the success of many industries. Not just in manufacturing, but also in logistics, development, and the service industry are completely new possibilities emerging.  It is critical not only to implement technology but also to assist you in designing your own individual digital transformation strategy and identifying and developing your individual use case. Your Internet of Things (IoT) projects must add value to your company.  Let's take a closer look at what's going to be the futuristic applications of IoT in the industry. Robotics and Automation: Smart manufacturers are designed to be efficient. This is a hotbed of robotics and automation. The ongoing trend toward collaborative environments is a significant factor. This trend will continue into more advanced application kits, making collaborative robots more appealing. To be able to have cost-effective solutions like these that process just about enough data at the edge or in the cloud. Because your workforce must be at ease when interacting with the system, simplification is critical. Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing: Automated assembly will become a reality, with industries seamlessly integrating multi-part assemblies made up of 3D printed metal and plastic parts. The surface texture will be coded with data payloads for 3D printed parts. Educational institutions and training programmes will develop a new series of thought processes to free designers from old paradigms and enable them to access future technologies.  Futuristic wearables: When considering how wearables can positively impact the manufacturing space, it is critical to look beyond the form factor and concentrate on the application. Wearable devices are not limited to eye-based devices, with today's smartwatches capable of tracking medical statistics serving as an accurate portrayal of alerting a manager of an employee's fatigue via a watch, ensuring he is fit to continue. The primary objective of wearables is to find applications that can improve worker safety and production efficiency. Growing need for 5G: As data creation and utilisation continue to increase, so do bandwidth demands. 5G network technology, the most recent generation of data network, meets the need for high-speed, dependable, and secure connectivity that facilitates a new highly mobile reality. 5G is roughly 100 times faster than 4G, with speeds of up to 100 gigabits per second. Continued IoT efforts: As a pipeline linking and collecting heaps of data from a wide range of equipment and devices, IoT continues to make steady progress as more businesses embark on their journey. Manufacturers should be aware if they've not already implemented IoT, they are already falling behind their competitors, where 81 per cent of industrial manufacturers have used IoT to increase productivity and nearly two-thirds plan to increase their IoT investment over the next year. Moving ForwardManufacturing industries and all other industrial sectors need to acknowledge and accept the growing functionalities of IoT and work towards implementing them effectively if they haven’t already.  

Today, an infinite amount of data is available in real-time, either from machines, objects, customers, or suppliers. This fact is vital to the success of many industries. Not just in manufacturing, but also in logistics, development, and the service industry are completely new possibilities emerging. 

 

It is critical not only to implement technology but also to assist you in designing your own individual digital transformation strategy and identifying and developing your individual use case. Your Internet of Things (IoT) projects must add value to your company. 

 

Let's take a closer look at what's going to be the futuristic applications of IoT in the industry.

 

  • Robotics and Automation: Smart manufacturers are designed to be efficient. This is a hotbed of robotics and automation. The ongoing trend toward collaborative environments is a significant factor. This trend will continue into more advanced application kits, making collaborative robots more appealing. To be able to have cost-effective solutions like these that process just about enough data at the edge or in the cloud. Because your workforce must be at ease when interacting with the system, simplification is critical.

 

  • Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing: Automated assembly will become a reality, with industries seamlessly integrating multi-part assemblies made up of 3D printed metal and plastic parts. The surface texture will be coded with data payloads for 3D printed parts. Educational institutions and training programmes will develop a new series of thought processes to free designers from old paradigms and enable them to access future technologies. 

 

  • Futuristic wearables: When considering how wearables can positively impact the manufacturing space, it is critical to look beyond the form factor and concentrate on the application. Wearable devices are not limited to eye-based devices, with today's smartwatches capable of tracking medical statistics serving as an accurate portrayal of alerting a manager of an employee's fatigue via a watch, ensuring he is fit to continue. The primary objective of wearables is to find applications that can improve worker safety and production efficiency.

 

  • Growing need for 5G: As data creation and utilisation continue to increase, so do bandwidth demands. 5G network technology, the most recent generation of data network, meets the need for high-speed, dependable, and secure connectivity that facilitates a new highly mobile reality. 5G is roughly 100 times faster than 4G, with speeds of up to 100 gigabits per second.

 

  • Continued IoT efforts: As a pipeline linking and collecting heaps of data from a wide range of equipment and devices, IoT continues to make steady progress as more businesses embark on their journey. Manufacturers should be aware if they've not already implemented IoT, they are already falling behind their competitors, where 81 per cent of industrial manufacturers have used IoT to increase productivity and nearly two-thirds plan to increase their IoT investment over the next year.

 

Moving Forward

Manufacturing industries and all other industrial sectors need to acknowledge and accept the growing functionalities of IoT and work towards implementing them effectively if they haven’t already. 

 

Contact information
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mReady
Strada Hatmanul Arbore nr. 12,, Bucharest, Bucuresti
Romania
40722508761