IoT Integration

IoT, which stands for "Internet of Things," is the network of all the connected devices and the technology that lets them talk to each other and to the cloud. Direct Control integrates IoT technology and uses a simple approach to bring IoT into building, recreation, and agriculture management without requiring a lot of up-front investment.


Benefits of IoT Integration

This technology is changing the way we live, work, and interact with the world around us. It can do this by increasing productivity and efficiency or by building smarter homes and cities.

Unified Connectivity
Connect various systems and devices in a seamless manner to create a single ecosystem that maximizes productivity and collaboration.

Data Driven Insights
Use real-time data to your advantage to make well-informed decisions that will improve the operation of your building.

Enhanced Automation
Streamline procedures, increase operational efficiency, and integrate IoT devices to achieve superior automation.

Adaptive Solutions
Our IoT Integration ensures future-proof solutions that advance with technology by adjusting to the changing needs of your smart building.


IoT Integration features



To promote integration and consistency inside your smart building, bridge the gap between multiple IoT devices and platforms.

Centralised Control

Simplify control over linked devices with centralised management that offers an intuitive interface.

Security Measures

Place robust safety protocols in place to protect user privacy and data integrity in your smart building.

Scalable Architecture

Our scalable IoT Integration architecture allows for easy expansions and advancements of your smart building infrastructure.

How IoT Integration works

The term "Internet of Things," or "IoT," describes how different systems, sensors, and devices can seamlessly link and interact inside a network to form a cohesive and intelligent ecosystem.

Devices & Sensors

These are actual physical objects that have sensors, actuators, and connectivity built in. Sensors are used by the devices to gather data and measure different characteristics including motion, temperature, humidity, and energy use.

Data Communication

IoT devices provide data to a central hub using protocols like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Zigbee, or MQTT. In certain scenarios, gateways are used to collect data from various devices and help in connection with the central system.

Cloud Platform

IoT device data is typically routed to a cloud-based platform for processing and storage. Alternatively, the data may be managed and processed at a central hub located within the local network.

Data Processing

After the data is received, it is processed to extract useful insights and relevant information. Next, advanced analytics algorithms are applied to the data to provide important patterns, trends, or predictions.



Centralised Control

Based on the analyzed data, the integrated system can respond automatically to the IoT devices by delivering control commands that modify settings, initiate operations, or issue alarms.


IoT Integration makes sure that devices from various platforms and manufacturers may interact with one another. APIs help to make devices interoperable, so they can share functionality and data without any problems.

User Interface

A user-friendly dashboard or interface facilitates user interaction with the integrated IoT system. It enables users to remotely monitor device status, receive alerts, and make modifications.

Security Measures

The integrity and privacy of the data are safeguarded by strong security processes, such as encryption and authentication, and devices are updated frequently to guarantee they have the latest security features.

Want to integrate your building with IoT?

To find out more about IoT integration and how we can help you optimize your facility, get in contact with our professionals at Direct Control.