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Welcome to McKEN Software

McKEN Software is a global Software Development Company providing IT solutions to companies worldwide. McKEN Innovations is a product engineering, design and technology services company that helps clients to design, develop and deploy products and solutions for the connected world. With expertise in M2M, IoT, Mobility, Big data, Cloud and Analytics we help build products and solutions for companies in the Consumer Electronics, Homes, Intelligent Buildings, Smart Cities and Manufacturing verticals. McKEN Software was founded on the principle that success is derived from delivering high quality IT Consultancy and IT Outsourcing Services while being responsible, flexible, and innovative. McKEN Software invests in people and resources with a single goal: To provide our customers with the highest quality service in the most responsive manner. Our mission is to be a highly dependable, single-source, digital solutions provider to a wide-range of customers and organizations. McKEN Software aspires to be a global leader in providing synergistic IT solutions for our clients and partners. Our vision is to provide “The Best” customer services at very competitive cost while maintaining our relaxed work environment and fast growth opportunities. To use our expertise to the benefit of our clients and partners through an open, collaborative approach. To provide superior custom solutions that exceed client expectations, are delivered on time and within budgets.

McKEN introducing the new world of Internet of Things ( IoT ) and Machine to Machine ( M2M ) Technology.
Internet of Things ( IoT )
The Internet of Things (IoT) is the network of physical objects or "things" embedded with electronics, software, sensors, and network connectivity, which enables these objects to collect and exchange data. The Internet of Things allows objects to be sensed and controlled remotely across existing network infrastructure. IoT(Internet of things) is a concept where everyday objects are connected using Internet. There are wide ranges of objects or devices connected to the internet everyday and it’s growing exponentially. Here objects can be anything such as phone, refrigerator, car, headphones, lamps, wearable devices, house-holding items (Home automation devices) and anything else you can think of (even a human being!). The relationship or communication will be between people-people, people-things (objects) & things (objects)-things (objects). The devices connect to the internet using different modes of communication like WiFi, Bluetooth, iBeacon, Zigbee Wireless, NFC. Generally mobile phones are used as a medium through which the devices communicate to the internet. Hence, the data collected by these devices can be accessed from anywhere and the devices can be controlled from anywhere using web browser and/or mobile phones. Thanks to powerful hardware and software platforms available on the mobile phones. Read More

 
 
 
 
 

Machine to Machine ( M2M )

Machine to Machine (M2M) refers to technologies that allow both wireless and wired systems to communicate with other devices of the same type. M2M is a broad term as it does not pinpoint wireless or wired networking, information and communications technology. M2M is considered an integral part of the Internet of Things (IoT) and brings several benefits to industry and business in general as it has a wide range of applications such as industrial automation, logistics, Smart Grid, Smart Cities, health, defense etc. mostly for monitoring but also for control purposes. In order to support the rapid new development and the worldwide adoption of the Internet of Things as well as the continued growth of M2M technology and its large scale applications in the future, a global adoption and deployment of the Internet.  M2M communication is often used for remote monitoring.  It forms the basis for a concept known as the Internet of Things (IoT). Key components of an M2M system include sensors, RFID, a Wi-Fi or cellular communications link and autonomic computing software programmed to help a networked device interpret data and make decisions. The Internet and improved standards for wireless technology have expanded the role of telemetry from pure science, engineering and manufacturing to everyday use in products like home heating units, electric meters and Internet-connected appliances. Products built with M2M communication capabilities are often marketed to end users as being “smart.” Read More

Smart city - Internet of Things (IoT) applications that leverage ubiquitous connectivity, big data and analytics are enabling Smart City initiatives all over the world. These new applications introduce tremendous new capabilities such as the ability to remotely monitor, manage and control devices, and to create new insights and actionable information from massive streams of real-time data. As a result, IoT offerings are transforming cities by improving infrastructure, creating more efficient and cost effective municipal services, enhancing public transportation, reducing traffic congestion, and keeping citizens safe and more engaged in the community. Forward-thinking cities, smart city solution providers and system integrators recognize that in order to realize the full value of IoT cities must not deliver disparate smart city point solutions, but rather enable a secure and scalable IoT infrastructure that integrates multiple systems. The Internet of Things (IoT) is making it possible to make cities greener, safer and more efficient. By connecting devices, vehicles and infrastructure everywhere in a city, governments and their partners can reduce energy and water consumption, keep people moving efficiently, and improve safety and quality of life.

 

IoT and its Architecture

Internet of Things or Internet of Everything isn’t a new concept. It has been around since 2005, but it has gained popularity in the past two years only. The word “Things” refers to machines and thus IoT is technically M2M communication. IoT not only promises a better life style for the public but also finds a lot of application in the industry and manufacturing. In fact a separate term Industrial Internet of Things has been sculptured for this. According to a survey the size Industrial IoT alone will increase to 3 trillion dollars by 2020. As of now only 1% of all machines present on this globe are connected to internet i.e only computers and phones. Rest 99% are out there waiting to get connected.

Modes of Delivery for IoT and Embedded System Courses.

Campus Workshops
- Instructor driven training capsules delivered at your campus
- Focused towards understanding and practical exposure
- In line with current industry requirements

 

Training at our Institute
- Instructor driven hands on training
- 100% practical based on real life projects
- Focused towards skill development & concept building

 
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