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Category: AWS IoT Analytics

Collecting, organizing, monitoring, and analyzing industrial data at scale using AWS IoT SiteWise (Part 3)

Post by Asim Kumar Sasmal, Senior Data Architect in the IoT Global Specialty Practice of AWS Professional Services and Saras Kaul, Senior Product Manager of AWS IoT SiteWise.   [Before reading this post, read Part 1 and Part 2 in the series.] In Part 1 of this series, you learned how to model and ingest data from industrial […]

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Collecting, organizing, monitoring, and analyzing industrial data at scale using AWS IoT SiteWise (Part 1)

Post by Saras Kaul, Senior Product Manager of IoT SiteWise, Asim Kumar Sasmal, Senior Data Architect, and Mark Gilbert, Senior Consultant in the IoT Global Specialty Practice of AWS Professional Services.   Industrial customers have been looking for a secure, cost-effective, and reliable field-to-cloud solution that does the following: Ingests all their data from hundreds of industrial sites that […]

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Integrating IoT data with your data lake with new AWS IoT Analytics features

Post by Asim Kumar Sasmal, an AWS Senior Data Architect, and Vikas Panghal, an AWS Senior Product Manager   AWS IoT Analytics offers two new features to integrate IoT data ingested through AWS IoT Analytics with your data lake in your own AWS account: customer-managed Amazon S3 and dataset content delivery to Amazon S3. Previously, your AWS […]

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Designing dataflows for multi-schema messages in AWS IoT Analytics

The AWS IoT Analytics platform offers configurable dataflows for processing messages from IoT devices, which can be either uni-schema or multi-schema. When you have billions of messages and millions of IoT devices, you need efficient designs for message-processing dataflows. In this post, you do a deep dive into various aspects of designing dataflows. You learn […]

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Injecting data into AWS IoT Analytics from Amazon Kinesis Data Streams

It is easy to ingest device data directly from connected IoT devices as they are integrated with AWS IoT Core. However, AWS IoT Analytics also provides a public BatchPutMessage API action to allow you to inject data from other data resources. In this post, I show how to inject data into AWS IoT Analytics from […]

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Using AWS IoT Services for Asset Condition Monitoring

The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) presents an unparalleled opportunity for every industry to address core business challenges, such as reducing downtime, improving safety, increasing system output, reducing operating costs, and creating innovative services and business models. In this blog post, I will show how you can use AWS IoT services to build an asset […]

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Before Developing Real Devices: Exploring a Business Outcome with Simulated Devices

Realize business outcomes with the IoT Device Simulator, AWS IoT Analytics, Amazon QuickSight, Microsoft Power BI, and Tableau Customers often get wrapped up in slower hardware development cycles before they have real, potential business outcomes identified and agreed upon for their business. This post highlights how customers should consider using simulated devices to explore business […]

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Get Started with the IoT Foundation Series from AWS Training and Certification

The IoT Foundation Series, a new curriculum dedicated to IoT on AWS, is now available online on the AWS Training and Certification website. This curriculum contains self-directed online training classes that are scenario-based and aligned with the library of IoT design patterns called the IoT Atlas and IoT best practices in AWS whitepapers. This curriculum […]

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Using AWS IoT Analytics to Prepare Data for QuickSight Time-Series Visualizations

Introduction Visualizing IoT data that can vary significantly over short periods of time (seconds) is important for several reasons: exploration and discovery of patterns, assessing trends and cyclicity, as well as observing potential correlations and anomalies. Insightful time-series visualizations can help identify anomalies, raise alerts based on these anomalies, and improve communication between various stakeholders, […]

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Introducing AWS CloudFormation support for AWS IoT Analytics

AWS CloudFormation support for AWS IoT Analytics resources was launched on December 18th, 2018. In this blog post, we introduce conventions for building IoT Analytics projects using CloudFormation and provide an array of sample templates to help you get started. As a refresher, every AWS IoT Analytics project has three required resources for data ingestion, […]

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