The Internet of Things on AWS – Official Blog

Ingesting and managing data from industrial equipment with AWS IoT SiteWise

AWS IoT SiteWise is a managed service that simplifies collecting, organizing, and analyzing industrial equipment data at scale. With AWS IoT SiteWise, customers can gather data reliably from multiple facilities, structure it, and make it accessible and understandable without developing additional software. With equipment data stored in AWS IoT SiteWise, customers can assess the performance […]

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How to integrate AWS IoT Core with Amazon MSK

Post by Milo Oostergo, Principal Solutions Architect and Doron Bleiberg, Senior Solution Architect, AWS Startups Introduction Monitoring IoT devices in real time can provide valuable insights that can help you maintain the reliability, availability, and performance of your IoT devices. AWS IoT Core provides integrations with Amazon Kinesis Data Streams and Amazon Managed Streaming for Apache Kafka […]

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How to manage IoT device certificate rotation using AWS IoT

Introduction The Internet of Things (IoT) is transforming business operations and customer experiences across a variety of industries. This unlimited opportunity enables business transformation, but if not implemented correctly, it also brings security, risk, and privacy concerns, compromising your data and brand. In industrial facilities, OT (Operational Technology) environments are leveraging more IT solutions to improve […]

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How to detect anomalies in device metrics and improve your security posture using AWS IoT Device Defender custom metrics

Introduction IoT applications and devices can be diverse and are used across industries such as utilities, agriculture, manufacturing, mining, and consumer electronics. With the exponential growth of IoT devices and the increasing threat landscape, it also means that IoT security needs to be accounted for and designed into the solution from the ground up. AWS […]

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How BISSELL migrated a million vacuum devices to a scalable IoT Platform on AWS

This post was co-authored by Ramesh Chinnasamy, Principal Lead, IoT at AWS; John Rotach, Sr. Application Architect at AWS; and Mike Ply, Associate Director, IoT at BISSELL Consumers in countries around the world are finding value in connected vacuum cleaners to tackle life’s everyday messes. As part of the Internet of Things (IoT), connected vacuums […]

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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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Digital Twins on AWS:  Unlocking business value and outcomes

Every day, we hear from our customers about the desire to implement Digital Twins to improve operations, product offerings, and business value delivered to their own end customers. The concept of twins is not new and dates back to the early days of the space program. The Apollo 13 mission in the 1960s is an […]

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Architecture for Static IP Addresses for IoT Core Endpoint

Creating static IP addresses and custom domains for AWS IoT Core endpoints

The Internet of Things (IoT) describes services and solutions to monitor and control real world objects, such as industrial equipment, light switches, thermostats, sensors and actuators. AWS offers the AWS IoT Core service that allows such devices to connect to the AWS Cloud. The AWS IoT Message Broker is the central point to securely transmit […]

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What actions customers can take to protect, detect, and respond to Log4j vulnerabilities in Operational Technology (OT) and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) environments

In this post we will provide guidance to help industrial customers respond to the recently disclosed Log4j vulnerability. This post covers how to identify if you are susceptible to the issue, and then how to address the vulnerability in OT and IIoT environments. The Log4j vulnerability (CVE-2021-44228, CVE-2021-45046) is a critical vulnerability (CVSS 3.1 base […]

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