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Scaling for Complexity – Architecting for Performant Embedded Devices at the Edge – Part 2

The following is a survey paper, published and presented to the Academic Congress of Embedded World 2022 at Nuremberg, Germany on June 21st 2022. Part 1 – Scaling for Complexity – Architecting for Performant Embedded Devices at the Edge – Part 1 Provisioning Layer The provisioning layer of your IoT workloads consists of the Public Key […]

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Scaling for Complexity – Architecting for Performant Embedded Devices at the Edge – Part 1

The following is a survey paper, published and presented to the Academic Congress of Embedded World 2022 at Nuremberg, Germany on June 21st 2022. Abstract Embedded edge devices with multi-sensor data sources are proliferating at an accelerating rate. Devices must be designed, manufactured, installed, connected, and controlled through seven distinct logical layers to securely connect […]

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Building machine learning pipelines with Amazon Kinesis Video Streams

Introduction Amazon Kinesis Video Streams (KVS) makes it easy to securely stream video from connected devices to AWS for analytics, machine learning (ML), playback, and other processing. KVS automatically provisions and elastically scales all the infrastructure needed to ingest streaming video data from millions of devices. It durably stores, encrypts, and indexes video data in […]

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7 patterns for IoT data ingestion and visualization- How to decide what works best for your use case

Whether you are just starting with your Internet of Things (IoT) journey, or already have millions of connected IoT devices, you might be looking for ways to maximize the value extracted from your IoT data. IoT devices data can contain a wealth of information within its reported telemetry data, metadata, state, and commands and responses. […]

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How the University of Technology Sydney is transforming stroke rehabilitation with biomedical robots and AWS IoT

Introduction In this blog, we discuss how University of Technology Sydney (UTS) took on the challenge of at-home rehabilitation for stroke patients using biomedical engineering and robotics, and AWS solutions such as AWS Internet of Things (IoT). Stroke is the third most common cause of death in Australia and a leading cause of disability according […]

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Monitor and visualise building occupancy with AWS IoT Core, Amazon QuickSight and Raspberry Pi

Occupancy monitoring in buildings is a valuable tool across different industries. From healthcare to industrial, and from entertainment to retail, customers are looking for modern and scalable IoT solutions to make practical business decisions. For example, many exhibitions in public art museums employ an open-ended approach, where there is no clear starting or finishing point […]

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Choose the right AWS video service for your use case

Today, customers rely on video enabled data, audio data and time-encoded data for many use cases, including live streaming, home security, video on demand, predictive maintenance in industrial settings or doing peer video chats at work. Many organizations and consumers are embracing video enabled technology to improve their professional and personal interactions. The result is […]

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AWS IoT named Best Consumer IoT Solution at 2020 IoT World Awards

AWS IoT Named “Best Consumer IoT Solution” at 2020 IoT World Awards

At AWS, we build technology to help customers and partners like Bose, Vizio, LG, British Gas Centrica Connected Home, Ayla, NXP, and more solve real world problems and unlock possibilities to create better business outcomes and new consumer experiences. Yesterday, IoT World named AWS IoT the “Best Consumer IoT Solution” for 2020. We are grateful to […]

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Using AWS IoT to Create a Smart Home Water-Monitoring Solution

Using AWS IoT to Create a Smart Home Water-Monitoring Solution

2018 saw the fourth year of drought and the worst in recorded history for the city of Cape Town, South Africa. “Day zero” was a term coined by the city for the day when they would have to turn the water off for citizens. Fortunately, “day zero” was never realized, and Cape Town didn’t go […]

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