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Advanced Industrial Connectivity with AWS and Amorph’s SMARTUNIFIER

Industrial data exists in different components and systems, in various formats, and with separate access protocols. To harness this data and benefit from the synergies of system-wide interoperability, businesses must effectively digitize shop floor data. Learn how Amorph Systems’ SMARTUNIFIER software complements AWS services to deliver leading-edge connectivity for Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). Amorph Systems is a leading developer of software technologies and products for industrial connectivity.

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Visualizing Health Metrics Data from Legacy Assets Using AWS IoT SiteWise and Urban.io

Industrial organizations rely on high-value (core) machinery such as processing plant crushers and conveyors for their factory operations. In these same factories, there are secondary (non-core) assets such as motors, pumps, and generators located on the periphery of customer sites, but many are physically isolated, disconnected, and legacy in nature. Urban.io’s Asset Monitoring Data Subscription solution removes the technical challenges typically required to connect these hard-to-reach assets within factories.

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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.

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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.

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