Customized IoT-solutions

We develop, implement and manage innovative IoT-solutions.

From sensor to user interface; we make sure your IoT-network delivers what you need.

Data management and processing

Data management is an important part of IoT. The data we collect provides a lot of information and insights and with data mining techniques, machine learning, specific algorithms and predictive analytics, we help you to maximise the value of your data.

Your data are presented through a customized web portal that is compatible for both computer and smartphone. The data can be shared instantly with your company’s software systems and can be fully integrated if required.

With IoT you will:

  • Increase the efficiency of your operational processes
  • Improve the performances of your machinery
  • Increase the efficiency of your logistic activities
  • Reduce unnecessary maintenance
  • Save energy

Managing your IoT platform

Once we developed and delivered your IoT platform, we can manage your IoT systems and optimize the performance.

We strive for a long-term partnership where we keep adding value to your systems and processes.

You determine how and to what extent we will manage your network. We make sure that your IoT applications:

  • Keep working
  • Operate in a safe and secure way
  • Continue to provide the data you need

We manage your technology and make sure it delivers the best results.

Our IoT solutions are everywhere

IoT is not something of the future, it’s right here, right now. Our solutions are used in many places with a wide range of applications. Here you can find three examples:


Biometric monitor that measures heat stress soldiers

It is unclear what the effects are of the heavy trainings and deployments on the health of soldiers. The Ministry of Defence asked Evalan to help and together we worked on developing a biometric monitor.

Evalan developed the Heat Stress monitor for the technology project ARMOR (Ambulant Registration of Military Operational Readiness System). The monitor measures physiological parameters, such as the heartrate and average body temperature. Read more

Heineken – Monitoring beer stock and quality

Measuring beer quality with a remote monitoring system Heineken

One of the leading beer producers in the world developed an innovative beer draft system for restaurants and bars. This also included a remote monitoring system to be able to measure the beer stock and certain quality parameters.

They asked us to make the measurement data more reliable and more accessible. We improved the system, added new features and increased the operational performance. After that, we step by step replaced parts of the system with newly developed alternatives until eventually the entire system was replaced by a heavy-duty and stable, state-of-the art remote monitoring system. Read more

Handicart – Fleet management system for 700 golf carts

Fleet management for moving assets Handicart

Handicart rents 700 golf carts, spread over 120 golf courses throughout the Netherlands. They were looking for a solution to more efficiently manage their fleet, to easier maintain their carts and the possibility to book online.

We developed a tailor-made fleet management system. Handicart now collects information in one place about the operational burden of their fleet, such as the mileage of each cart, battery charging cycles and energy consumption. Clients can also book golf carts via an addition to this system. Read more

What is your IoT challenge?

Do you have an IoT idea or issue about measuring, monitoring, analysing or managing your systems? In consultation with you we gladly seek for a customized solution.

We implement IoT solutions for:

We also work with Philips, Bristol-Myers Squibb , Boehringer Ingelheim, GGD Gelderland Midden, GGD Utrecht, Sint Lucas Andreas Ziekenhuis, Rode Kruis, Novartis, LUMC, Haga Ziekenhuis, Albert Schweitzer Ziekenhuis, SEIN (Stichting Epilepsie Instellingen Nederland), Queen Mary University, AZ Dalmiaan, CHRU Tours, University of Zurich (UZH), SICS (Swedish Institute of Computer Science), Czech Technical University Prague en VU (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam).