Tag: AWS IoT Analytics
Advancements in IoT-supporting technologies, communications, and miniaturization have expanded the range of asset tracking to multiple industries and various asset types. Learn how HCLTech’s Intelligent Asset Tracking & Management (IATM) solution helps enterprises improve operations efficiency and productivity. IATM aims to digitally transform asset inventory management processes and improve asset visibility through proactive notifications and alerts to the asset manager.
The traditional supply chain has a lot of inefficiencies and bottlenecks that can lead to losses and pilferage. Explore an architectural reference from Capgemini for an AWS solution called Trusted Logistics that can help solve these problems in the pharmaceutical industry. Trusted Logistics can be applied to multiple sectors like manufacturing, retail, consumer product, logistics, life sciences, and more. A decentralized ledger is accessible to all participants and transaction records become immutable once entered.
The ConnectSense Smart Power Cord allows users to easily connect their legacy edge devices and machines to an IoT solution by simply plugging in. The ConnectSense Smart Power Cord on AWS Quick Start was developed by GridConnect in collaboration with Trek10. Learn how the Quick Start allows users to deploy secure environments on AWS for a variety of solutions, including mining IoT data and AI tools to help analyze the data and gather insights.
Drive Action with Automated Quality Inspections Using AWS IoT Greengrass 2.0, AWS IoT SiteWise, and ADLINK Edge
ADLINK’s machine vision platform can detect defects in products as they move along the conveyor line. AWS IoT Greengrass 2.0 provides the secure link between edge solutions and the cloud. The result is a secure system that enables rich and informative decision-making to allow AI-guided solutions, such as quality inspections of operations and production, as well as alerts when actions are required. At the edge, ADLINK monitors production line data in real-time.
AWS IoT Core offers a managed cloud service to support trillions of messages from billions of devices, and route messages easily and securely to devices and other AWS services. Learn how to use an AWS CloudFormation template to build the Actility ThingPark X connector to AWS IoT as the first step to connect LoRaWAN-enabled endpoints to AWS IoT Core, and to make use of other cloud services available on AWS.
You can manage agents in a multi-tenant SaaS environment using AWS IoT Core. Review a solution that offers a modular and secure approach to register and manage agents. It relies on AWS managed services to offload the heavy lifting of implementing and maintaining those mechanisms, and provides scalability, elasticity, and availability. Using AWS IoT Core for agent management provides various capabilities for managing, securing, and analyzing usage and sent data from the registered agents.
Learn how to integrate a customer’s LoRaWAN devices connected to The Things Stack’s LoRaWAN Network Server with the AWS IoT Core service running in their account. This integration enables you to unleash the functionality available in the AWS IoT portfolio of services (and overall AWS ecosystem) for implementing solutions. The Things Stack is maintained by The Things Industries (TTI) and provides an integrated chain of products and services for customers to start working on IoT.
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.
To receive the AWS Service Delivery designation, organizations must undergo rigorous technical validation. They are also assessed on the security, performance, and reliability of their AWS solutions. To help APN Consulting Partners better understand this process and our validation requirements, we are releasing new versions of the AWS Service Delivery Validation Checklists. These outline for the customer case study and technical criteria needed to achieve the AWS Service Delivery designation.
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.