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MobiDev, an IoT software development company, has successfully developed an mobile application for connected cars.

The client, a vehicle electronics manufacturer from Germany, set the task to integrate a device installed in a smart car with a developed mobile app that allows to control wheel suspension of the car with a smartphone.

The project goal was to develop a reliable Internet of Things solution, starting from UI/UX design to implementation of the product for the achievement of the business goals of the product owner.

The application development started from prototyping and UI/UX design for both iOS and Android. Agile methodology was applied to the development process and a dedicated team of Project Manager, Quality Assurance Engineer, Client Care Manager, iOS Developer, Android Developer, UI/UX Designer was involved.

For interaction between the device and the mobile application, Bluetooth Low Energy technology was used to reduce energy consumption.

Quality assurance and software testing are critically important stages of IoT development, and the application, together with the hardware, was tested on a real car.

The product owner referenced MobiDev as a competent and responsive company for mobile application development and chose them for his further application development projects in the future.

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Oleg Lola is CEO at MobiDev, a software development company that’s focused on Mobile and Web apps development, Internet of Things software development, and complex solutions for enterprises and emerging companies.

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