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Connected vehicles telemetry – Processing Protobuf messages with AWS IoT Core

Introduction In connect vehicles applications, telemetry data is usually very extensive, containing structure and unstructured data. To send data over to the Cloud you can use Protocol Buffers (Protobuf – binary format). Protobuf provides the application with an efficient yet well structured compressing mechanism. The built-in protocol documentation makes data serialization and deserialization more manageable […]

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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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Securely ingesting large-sized payloads from IoT devices to the AWS Cloud

AWS IoT Core lets you securely ingest payloads from IoT devices to the AWS Cloud at a large scale—supporting billions of devices and trillions of messages. It also lets you process the messages and manage the devices from the cloud reliably and securely. One challenge you may have faced while designing your solution with AWS […]

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Creating Object Recognition with Espressif ESP32

By using low-cost embedded devices like the Espressif ESP32 family, and the breadth of AWS services, you can create an advanced object recognition system. ESP32 microcontroller is a highly integrated solution for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth IoT applications, with around 20 external components. In this example, we use AI Thinker ESP32-CAM variant that comes with an […]

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