AWS Partner Network (APN) Blog
Category: Internet of Things
Supply Chain Tracking and Traceability with IoT-Enabled Blockchain on AWS
Many companies today are challenged to ensure the resiliency of their supply chain operations against the disruption of geopolitical events, climate-related disasters, public health crises, and more. Explore how Deloitte’s IoT-enabled blockchain solution for supply chain can help organizations create transparency and promote trust in their supply chain with a single source of truth for product quality and traceability.mThe solution is powered by AWS IoT and Amazon Managed Blockchain services.
Using Fewer Resources to Run Deep Learning Inference on Intel FPGA Edge Devices
Inference is an important stage of machine learning pipelines that deliver insights to end users from trained neural network models. These models are deployed to perform predictive tasks like image classification, object detection, and semantic segmentation. However, constraints can make implementing inference at scale on edge devices such as IoT controllers and gateways challenging. Learn how to train and convert a neural network model for image classification to an edge-optimized binary for Intel FPGA hardware.
Extend Data Management to the Edge with AWS IoT Core Edge Software Qualification
Connected devices require a complex combination of hardware, operating systems, and software to connect to the cloud. To simplify this development for customers, AWS works with Independent Hardware Vendors (IHV) that can integrate AWS IoT services. In this post, we explore three qualified AWS IoT Edge Software offerings, and dive deep on how these IHVs solve business use cases while enabling customers to use these software frameworks to connect to AWS IoT services.
MachineMetrics Offers Free Remote Monitoring Solutions to Manufacturers Impacted by COVID-19
MachineMetrics, an AWS Industrial Software Competency Partner, is committed to supporting front-line workers on the manufacturing floor and in the medical field. By enabling mobile workers, industrial companies are better able to ensure the safety of their employees while continuing to serve their own customers. MachineMetrics is offering free access to its Industrial IoT platform to any manufacturer involved with the production of ventilator parts, test equipment, protective equipment, or COVID-19 treatment-related manufacturing.
Using a Telefonica Data Bridge to Connect Narrow Band IoT Devices to AWS IoT Core
AWS IoT Core supports billions of devices and trillions of messages, and can process and route those messages to AWS endpoints and other devices reliably and securely. AWS IoT Core requires X.509 certificates for authentication, but the X.509 standard consumes battery power, negating LPWAN’s advantage in that area. Telefonica developed a data bridge to enable IoT devices to connect securely to AWS IoT Core, while preserving the long range, low cost, and low power advantages of LPWAN connections.
Detecting Bugs in Deployed IoT Devices Using Percepio DevAlert
The average cost of fixing bugs in an embedded device’s first year of service alone can run in the hundreds of thousands of dollars. Percepio DevAlert works with AWS IoT Core to alert developers when an error is first detected, and provides visual trace diagnostics to identify the root cause. Percepio is an APN Advanced Technology Partner specializing in visual trace diagnostics for embedded and IoT device software developers.
Sponsoring Amazon re:MARS 2020 Can Help Grow Your Artificial Intelligence Business
Amazon re:MARS 2020 is our second annual artificial intelligence event, covering a diverse array of topics and themes related to machine learning, automation, robotics, and space (MARS). The event brings together innovative minds to share new ideas across these rapidly advancing domains. APN Partner are invited to join us as a sponsor at Amazon re:MARS and gain access to decision makers who are starting or accelerating MARS tech initiatives.
Connecting Operational Technology to AWS Using the EXOR eXware707T Field Gateway
Advances in the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) have made smart factories a reality through the application of AI and cloud computing technologies. In this post, explore how EXOR International’s systems-on-module (SOM) and edge gateways, powered by Intel’s Cyclone V FPGA, allow system integrators and application builders to deliver AWS-based IIoT solutions with faster time-to-market, lower total cost of ownership, and reduced development efforts.
Accelerating IoT-Enabled Digital Transformation with the AWS Internet of Things Partner Community
With AWS IoT services and the AWS Partner Network, companies can plan, develop, and successfully execute IoT projects that meet specific business needs. AWS IoT addresses the fundamentals of IoT with a broad and deep set of services from edge to cloud, multi-layered security, and superior artificial intelligence integration that is proven at scale. A diverse set of APN Partners builds on this foundation and provides solutions for virtually any use case across a wide range of devices.
Bringing Intelligence to Industrial Manufacturing Through AWS IoT and Machine Learning
With connected IoT solutions built on AWS, businesses can be more proactive with maintenance instead of reactionary, allowing them to fix problems with machinery before they become critical. Reliance Steel & Aluminum Co. teamed up with TensorIoT to solve for this use case. Together, they built an IoT solution on AWS that ensures the maintenance needs of Reliance’s industrial machinery are anticipated and that machines can be serviced before breaking down.