Category: Internet of Things
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The ultimate potential of IoT will only be achieved if the security of such a vastly powerful and complex system can be maintained. Doing so requires security implementations to be simple and mainstream. Microchip Technology is a leading provider of microcontroller and analog semiconductors, providing low-risk product development, lower total system cost, and faster time to market for thousands of diverse customer applications worldwide.
Customers in various industries are seeking ways to track their assets and optimize operations. Understanding what’s happening to the asset practically anywhere along the supply chain, or at any point in time, can lead to real-time data insights and more informed decisions for the business. Learn about an asset tracking solution that Verizon and Domo developed with AWS IoT to help companies quickly and affordably get value from IoT asset tracking information.
The term Industry 4.0 encompasses a promise of a new industrial revolution—for the industrial sector, one that marries advanced manufacturing techniques with the Internet of Things to create systems that are not only interconnected, but communicate, analyze, and use information to drive further intelligent action back in the physical world. Today is the internet moment for manufacturing, and with it comes the gold rush of providers ready to enable the industry’s digital transformation.
Power utilities around the world are headed towards the most radical shift in their business since their inception nearly 150 years ago. The digitization of the grid—along with the shifting requirements of regulatory bodies—creates new challenges and opportunities for utilities around the world. Intel and AWS are committed to providing the tools, platforms, and services to make these capabilities a reality. In that context, this post introduces the concept of Energy IoT.