The Internet of Things on AWS – Official Blog

Category: Energy (Oil & Gas)

Developing a Remote Job Monitoring Application at the edge using AWS IoT Greengrass (part 1)

Introduction Many modern industrial operations require extensive monitoring and real-time decision making for efficiency and safety reasons. To reduce the unexpected network interruption and delay in IoT data processing, edge computing becomes a desirable option for real-time IoT data processing and monitoring. Edge computing is a system of micro computing/storage devices that are installed at […]

Developing a Remote Job Monitoring Application at the edge using AWS IoT Greengrass (part 2)

Introduction In this second-series blog post, we will continue to showcase a user interface (UI) application at the edge with AWS IoT Greengrass V2, a jointly developed solution by AWS Partner, TensorIoT, and AWS Professional Services. This UI application at the edge contains multiple custom AWS IoT Greengrass V2 components to achieve flexible IoT data […]

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Detect water leaks in near real time using AWS IoT

Introduction Water is one of the most precious resources needed for the sustenance of life. However, only 2% of the global water supply is suitable for human consumption. The United States Environmental Protection Association (EPA) estimates that 1.7 trillion gallons, roughly 30 percent of all treated water, is wasted every year in the United States. […]

Connecting disparate industrial systems to AWS using Ignition Edge

Connecting disparate industrial systems to AWS using Ignition Edge

Enabling operational data connectivity to AWS IoT Greengrass seamlessly extends AWS to the edge to provide tools to act locally on the OT data, while still using the cloud for management, analytics, and durable storage. With AWS IoT Greengrass and the Cirrus Link MQTT Transmission module on the Ignition platform from Inductive Automation, industrial data […]

AWS IoT Analytics Oil and Gas Customer Use Case

Our oil and gas customer wanted to deploy AWS IoT Analytics to help them:  Better understand their assets in the field (for example, pumps, generators, valve assemblies, and so on).  Derive actionable insights from their data.  Build a predictive maintenance solution to help reduce their costs. By using IoT Analytics, our customer can: Pre-process the […]