5 Best Internet Of Things Development Platforms In 2021

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According to the latest study, the number of Internet of Things and connected devices is likely to increase to 75million by 2025. The IoT devices are still yet to grow driving businesses to seek the best IoT product solutions. Did you ever think of the best IoT development platforms?  We are here with the 5 best Internet of Things development platforms in 2021.

Google Cloud IoT

Google has launched its platform for the IoT development tools based on its end-to-end Google Cloud Platform. This is one of the world’s leading Internet of Things platforms. The Google Cloud has many services that bring value to linked solutions. The main features of Google Cloud IoT are AI and ML capabilities, data analysis in real-time, data visualization that is impressive and can track the location.

Cisco IoT Cloud Connect

Cisco IoT Cloud Connect is created with mobile operators in mind. Cisco gives reliable IoT hardware, routers, gateways, and other devices. The main features of Cisco IoT Cloud Connect are its powerful industrial solutions, high-level security, edge computing, centralized connectivity, and data management.

IRI Voracity

The IRI Voracity platform uses two engines Hadoop and IRI CoSort to process big data. It allows users to manage, discover, analyze, transform, and migrate data. The core features of IRI Voracity are a data governance portal that supports searching and sorts data in silos. The DB Ops environment allows you to manage all your databases from one place.


Particle provides edge-to-cloud IoT development tools for global devices and hardware solutions. The main features of the Particle platform integrate with third-party services via REST API, cloud protected by a firewall, and can process data from Google Cloud or Microsoft Azure.

Salesforce IoT Cloud

Salesforce IoT Cloud focuses on customer relationships management. The main features of Salesforce IoT Cloud core functions are complete customer, product, and CRM integration, websites, services, and other support third-party products, and proactively resolve customer’s problems and needs.

This article was originally published on Analytics Insight.