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Find runtime errors in AWS IoT Events detector models using type checking

Customers use AWS IoT Events detector models to describe equipment states and the events that affect these states. A detector model in AWS IoT Events contains expressions written in the AWS IoT Events expression language. An expression can have one of four primitive data types: integer, string, decimal, or Boolean. By checking your expressions for correct […]

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Connecting with mobile BLE to AWS IoT Core using FreeRTOS and Nordic nRF52840-DK

As an IoT solution architect, customers often ask me how they can connect to AWS IoT Core (cloud) using a microcontroller unit (MCU). One solution is to use Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) as the connection from the MCU to a mobile device; from there, the mobile device connects to the cloud. BLE works for consumer […]

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AWS IoT SiteWise Year One: Product enhancements, customer and partner stories

As AWS IoT SiteWise celebrates its first birthday, we chronicle in this post some of our major enhancements over the past year, highlight a few of our customers’ success stories, and describe key partner solutions that have integrated with AWS IoT SiteWise.

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Improving Product Quality with Cognizant APEx 2.0 and AWS IoT SiteWise Edge

Introduction Conditions created by COVID-19 stressed supply chains around the world, while exponentially increasing demand for certain products such as personal protective equipment (PPE) overnight. As a result, manufacturers globally are seeking creative solutions to boost their production output. Often, the fastest way to boost output is not by adding additional capacity, but by reducing […]

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How to access and display files from Amazon S3 on IoT devices with AWS IoT EduKit

AWS IoT EduKit is designed to help students, experienced engineers, and professionals get hands-on experience with IoT and AWS technologies by building end-to-end IoT applications. The AWS IoT EduKit reference hardware is sold by our manufacturing partner M5Stack. Self-paced guides are available online. The code and tutorial content are open to the community to contribute via their […]

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This image shows the general solution architecture for setting up AWS IoT Device Management Fleet Hub

Get Started with Fleet Hub for AWS IoT Device Management

There are billions of devices in homes, factories, oil wells, hospitals, cars, and thousands of other places–which means there are billions of devices to monitor and manage. AWS IoT helps customers in all industries effectively manage their device fleets, and can reliably scale to billions of devices and trillions of messages. Companies often rely on […]

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Yara and AWS to Digitalize Crop Nutrition Production System

Amazon Web Services (AWS) will assist world-leading crop nutrition company Yara in building a Digital Production Platform (DPP) to further improve safety, reliability, product quality and plant efficiency. The Yara Digital Production Platform aims to reduce Yara’s environmental footprint, supporting the company to deliver on its mission to responsibly feed the world and protect the […]

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Figure showing the results from analyzing the detector model in the AWS IoT Events console. The results include a warning for data types used in your detector model. The warning message is "Incompatible data types [Boolean, String] used with $variable.resetMe. This may lead to a runtime error."

How to troubleshoot an AWS IoT Events detector model

AWS IoT Events is a managed service that makes it easy to detect and respond to events from IoT devices. The detector model in AWS IoT Events monitors equipment for events and triggers actions. Finding issues with the detector model before its use is crucial. This blog introduces a troubleshooting feature to find issues with your detector model without using it.

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This image shows what happens when you Click over to the History tab in the AWS IoT Device Defender console. You can see all the alarm events that occurred over the past 24 hours (you can select additional options from drop down to display up to 30 days. The green line represents alarms cleared and red indicates devices still in alarm. Hovering over the lines and dots, you can see the date, time, and status of the alarms during this timestamp.

AWS IoT Device Defender Announces ML Detect GA

Today, AWS announced the general availability of AWS IoT Device Defender Machine Learning Detect and Mitigation (ML Detect), a new feature that automatically detects IoT device-level operational and security anomalies based on learnings from past device data. Customers can already use AWS IoT Device Defender’s Rules Detect feature to manually set static alarms. ML Detect […]

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Introducing AWS IoT SiteWise Edge

Note: SiteWise Edge is now generally available. Please see this blog post to get started with SiteWise Edge. From assembling automobiles to producing pharmaceuticals, successful industrial operations are fruits of continuous efforts to minimize equipment downtime, maximize product quality, and ensure personnel safety. Industrial IoT promises capabilities that can help manufacturers unlock insights quickly from […]

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