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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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Integrate open source InfluxDB and Grafana with AWS IoT to visualize time series data

Across numerous types of implementations, a large portion of IoT applications collect large volumes of telemetry data. From industrial use cases to healthcare, and from consumer goods to logistics, IoT telemetry data points are highly time-dependent. In most IoT solutions, when the data is collected and reported matters for several reasons. For instance, in attribution […]

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How to perform secondary processor over-the-air updates with FreeRTOS

Many embedded architectures include a connectivity processor connected to one or more secondary processors that perform business logic. The ability to perform secondary processor over-the-air (OTA) updates is just as critical as updating the connectivity processor. This is because it allows for low-cost patching of bugs and security vulnerabilities as well as delivering new features […]

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Voice Enable Devices with AWS IoT and Amazon Alexa

Implement a Connected Building with Amazon Alexa and AWS IoT

This post covers the use case of an organization creating voice-enabled features for its customers. The example use case is building a smart hotel environment that allows hotel guests and employees to use voice commands to control devices within hotel rooms. Throughout this post, we focus on the integration between Amazon Alexa, Amazon API Gateway, […]

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