A

Aggregator - device used to manage the Internet of Things  

Android - mobile operatin system developed by Google

APK - android application package, for use on the android operating-stem 

Arena4U- software application designed by ZERO.1 to provide services to stadiums

Art4U - motherboard/ software application designed by ZERO.1 primarily to curate art and provide services 


C

CAPEX - capital expenditure 

Cyrus - motherboard/electronic card designed by ZERO.1

City 1 - cloud management platform designed by ZERO.1


D

Driver - device used to modulate electricity

Driver bidirectional - programmed device providing internet


E

Education4u - software application designed to provide services to education centres


G

Geo VLC Driver - a programmed devices with a unique ID providing localised information via LED

GPS - global positioning system

GB - gigabyte

Google - global Search engine founded in 1998 by Larry Page and Sergey Brin


H

Halo - a fully functional GEO VLC Driver

Hospital4U - device used to modulate electricity

Hot Spot - a place that has wireless internet connections


I

ID - identity  

Interface - the elements of a program that are visible to the user

IOT - internet of things

IOTA - intelligent automated tower, a streetlight designed by ZERO.1

Interface - the elements of a program that are visible to the user

IP address - internet protocol address


L

Li-Fi - light fidelity


M

Mbit/s - megabit per second


N

Navigate - the act of moving around the web/apps via hyperlinks or paths


O

OPEX - operating expenses 


P

Plug and Play - a standard for add in hardware that requires it to identify itself on demand 

PII - personally identifiable information


R

Retail4U - software application designed by ZERO.1 to provide services to retailers and malls


S

SDK - software development kit


U

User - term used to define online audiences or to anyone operating a device


V

VOIP - voice over internet protocol 


W

Wireframe - a page schematic or screen blueprint, a visual guide representing the underlying framework of an app