Category: Internet of Things
Splunk software collects, analyzes, and visualizes real-time and historical machine data from any source, enabling you to improve operations, ensure safety and compliance, perform predictive maintenance, and better manage the uptime and availability of industrial assets. Learn how to collect data from Internet of Things (IoT) devices using AWS IoT services and ingest that data into Splunk for meaningful and action-oriented analytics using Amazon Kinesis Data Firehose.
In today’s increasingly digital world, the nature and function of buildings is constantly changing. Facility managers face increasing pressure to adapt to an ever-evolving workplace and regulatory requirements while improving customer comforts and reducing operating costs. Learn about Cognizant’s smart building solution and why this APN Premier Consulting Partner chose AWS for hosting its application, as well as how AWS helps Cognizant fulfill commitments to customers.
Integrating BICS SIM for Things with AWS IoT to Provide Secure Cellular Connectivity for IoT Solutions
The BICS SIM for Things platform is a global connectivity solution for IoT that provides a single global SIM to securely connect IoT devices all around the world. By leveraging BICS’ network connectivity information customers can achieve enhanced security and extract additional insights from their IoT fleet. Using BICS’ advanced APIs, solution architects can follow the steps in this blog to enable the integration between AWS IoT and SIM for Things.
Dig deeper into Amazon FreeRTOS and take a closer look at the communication stack for AWS IoT Core. Then learn how this communication can be analyzed using Percepio Tracealyzer, ensuring your system doesn’t generate unnecessary data traffic. We’ll present an example where two minor bugs sometimes coincided, causing the system to generate 10 times more data than expected, and how the cause of such issues can be identified.
Internet of Things (IoT) gateways enabled with AWS IoT Greengrass connect to the AWS IoT Core service. Here, we explore the AWS IoT Greengrass security framework using AWS IoT Greengrass Hardware Security Integration (HSI) and how it works with secure elements. Learn how to couple Just in Time Registration (JITR) or Just in Time Provisioning (JITP), and how to implement the secure element from APN Partner Microchip Technology leveraging AWS IoT Greengrass HSI.
By their very nature, embedded applications have to be very tightly written because the microcontrollers used in embedded designs are very resource-constrained. When companies build embedded applications that work with AWS, they look to IAR Systems to provide highly-optimized development tools. In this post, we discuss how IAR Systems provides not only the tools but the insights to help customers deliver optimized products faster leveraging Amazon FreeRTOS.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is the next phase of digital transformation, and AWS IoT Service Delivery Partners are driving this evolution. They are improving customer experiences and outcomes by choosing the best approach for the design and implementation of IoT solutions that are optimized for cost, reliability, security, performance, and scalability. At AWS re:Invent 2018, we introduced AWS IoT Service Delivery Partners in three key areas: AWS IoT Core, AWS IoT Greengrass, and AWS IoT Analytics.
The new AWS Device Qualification Program makes it easier for APN Partners to qualify their devices on AWS IoT Greengrass, Amazon FreeRTOS, AWS IoT Core, and/or Amazon Kinesis Video Streams so that customers can find and purchase hardware they can trust for their IoT projects. With AWS IoT along with our APN Partners and their qualified hardware, customers will have the intelligence needed to build new services and business models, improve products and services, and strengthen the customer experiences.
In this post, the first in an APN Blog series about Amazon FreeRTOS development for AWS IoT Core, we go through the setup required for running the Amazon FreeRTOS application, how it works on a high level, and how to connect it to AWS IoT Core. We will also present Percepio Tracealyzer, a tool for debugging the real-time behavior of Amazon FreeRTOS applications, together with a real-world example where Tracealyzer was used to analyze a connectivity issue I encountered when getting started with this project.
SEGGER is an APN Standard Technology Partner and provides solutions for secure communication as well as data and product security, meeting the needs of the rapidly evolving Internet of IoT market. In this post, you will see what your IoT devices really do when they connect to and use AWS IoT. With SEGGER’s analysis tools, we show how to track down and solve hard-to-find, timing-related issues and demonstrate how to visualize and analyze what happens in your firmware.