Case Study: Custom Parking Kiosk & IoT Development

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Our team at Synaptech was tasked with developing a custom parking kiosk system to manage vehicle parking and payments.

The kiosk needed to be equipped with the latest technology to monitor parking times and vehicle information. To achieve this, we utilized a combination of custom hardware based on ARM, FPGA, and SoC, and an IoT development life cycle to bring the project to life.

The IoT Development Life Cycle

To ensure the success of the project, we followed a structured approach to IoT development. This included the following stages:

  1. Ideation and Conceptualization
  2. Prototyping and Testing
  3. Implementation and Deployment
  4. Maintenance and Upgrades

Custom Hardware

The custom hardware we utilized in the parking kiosk consisted of ARM, FPGA, and SoC components. These technologies allowed us to design a system that was both efficient and scalable. Our use of FPGA allowed for real-time data processing and monitoring, while the SoC provided the necessary computing power to run the system.


Before deployment, we carried out a thorough prototyping and testing phase. This allowed us to identify any issues and make necessary improvements before releasing the final product. Our prototypes were also used to test the various features of the kiosk, such as payment processing, parking time monitoring, and gate management.


The custom parking kiosk system was successfully deployed, and it has been helping drivers manage their parking and payments with ease. The use of custom hardware and the IoT development life cycle allowed us to create a solution that is both efficient and user-friendly. With its ability to monitor parking times and process payments, our custom kiosk has become an essential tool for managing vehicle parking.


The custom parking kiosk system is a testament to our team’s expertise in IoT development and custom hardware solutions.

By utilizing the latest technologies and a structured approach, we were able to deliver a solution that met the client’s needs and exceeded their expectations. Our team is ready to tackle any future projects that require custom hardware and IoT development solutions.


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Case Study: A Custom Wearable Watch for Monitoring Heart Rate, Body Temperature, and Sudden Falls


The wearable industry is constantly growing and evolving, with new products being introduced every year that offer more and more advanced features. Our custom wearable watch is a cutting-edge product that integrates a range of sensors to monitor vital signs and detect sudden falls, providing critical information to keep the wearer safe and healthy. In this case study, we’ll delve into the features of the watch and the IoT development life cycle that we used to build it.

Integrated Sensors

The custom wearable watch integrates heart rate monitoring (HRM), temperature sensing, and an accelerometer to track a range of health metrics. The HRM provides real-time monitoring of the wearer’s heart rate, while the temperature sensor tracks the body temperature, and the accelerometer detects any sudden falls. These sensors work together to provide a comprehensive picture of the wearer’s health, giving them and their caregivers peace of mind.

Tiny Lithium Ion Battery

The watch runs on a tiny lithium-ion battery, which provides long battery life and ensures that the wearer never has to worry about the watch running out of power. The battery is easy to charge, and the watch has a low-power mode that extends the battery life even further.

LoRa-Based Long-Range Communication

The watch collects data regularly and sends it over LoRa (Long Range) WAN, which is a sub-gig RF frequency (868 MhAZ). LoRa is touted as one of the best protocols for IoT and is ideal for battery-powered devices due to its low power consumption and built-in security features. This long-range communication capability ensures that the data can be transmitted over long distances, making it ideal for monitoring the wearer’s health even when they’re away from home.

Backend Analysis and Emergency Assistance

The data collected by the watch is transmitted to the backend, where it is analyzed to provide a general health assessment of the wearer. This information can be used to alert caregivers or emergency services if necessary, providing critical assistance in the event of a sudden fall or other health emergency.

Proof of Concept and Design

We participated in the complete design and proof of concept phase of the wearable watch, ensuring that the product was optimized for performance and user experience. Our team of engineers and designers worked together to create a product that is both functional and aesthetically pleasing, making it a great choice for anyone looking to stay safe and healthy.

IoT Development Life Cycle

The development of the wearable watch was guided by the IoT development life cycle, which involves several phases including planning, design, development, testing, and deployment. Our team followed this process to ensure that the watch was developed to the highest standards and that it would meet the needs of users.


Our custom wearable watch is a cutting-edge product that provides real-time monitoring of vital signs and detects sudden falls. It integrates a range of sensors and runs on a tiny lithium-ion battery, and it transmits data over LoRa-based long-range communication for comprehensive health analysis and emergency assistance. We participated in the complete design and proof of concept phase, and we followed the IoT development life cycle to ensure that the product was developed to the highest standards.