Tag: Amazon FreeRTOS
AWS IoT Core offers a managed cloud services to ingest trillions of messages from billions of devices, and easily and securely interact with other AWS cloud services and other devices. Learn how you can use the 1NCE IoT Connectivity Suite to take the complexity out of IoT projects and overcome the challenges of cellular IoT adoption. 1NCE is an AWS Advanced Technology Partner that offers managed connectivity services for low bandwidth IoT applications.
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.
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 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.