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Tag: device provisioning

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How a major manufacturer manages and monitors industrial devices and vehicles with AWS IoT

Learn about a decoupled approach that unlocks device distribution, and see how an AWS customer who manufactures industrial devices and vehicles uses the decoupled approach to more effectively manage and monitor vehicles with AWS IoT.

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This image showcases the Provisioning by Claim workflow described in this blog post.

How to automate onboarding of IoT devices to AWS IoT Core at scale with Fleet Provisioning

Customers use AWS IoT to analyze the data generated by their IoT devices to quickly gain meaningful insights about their business. This helps them solve a variety of problems, such as identifying required improvements to their manufacturing processes, predicting device failures, or quickly diagnosing and troubleshooting device issues for their customers.  However, before IoT devices […]

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Support for Secure Elements in FreeRTOS

Secure elements represent a category of devices intended to enhance security in connected devices. For microcontroller (MCU)–based devices, secure elements provide tamper-resistant storage of private keys and certificates, and offloading of cryptographic functions from the host microcontroller. You can now leverage two new qualifications that include support for secure elements within Amazon FreeRTOS.  These qualifications […]

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Securing Amazon FreeRTOS devices at scale with Infineon OPTIGA Trust X

Post by David Walters, Senior Partner Specialist Solutions Architect, IoT at Amazon Web Services, and Artem Yushev, Applications Engineer, Embedded Security Systems, at Infineon. One of the most significant challenges for device manufacturers developing new microcontroller-based IoT devices is how to manufacture and provision those devices at scale without compromising security. In this blog post, we […]

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Using Dynamic Thing Groups to Continuously Update Software on Devices

When managing Internet of Things (IoT) devices, it can be challenging to maintain or improve device functionality through upgrades to device software and configuration. The complexity is due to a number of factors: the number of devices, multiple versions of the devices, different software versions based on device attributes and state, inability to discover and […]

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Setting Up Just-in-Time Provisioning with AWS IoT Core

In an earlier blog post about just-in-time registration of device certificates, we discussed how just-in-time registration (JITR) can be used to activate device certificates and attach policies to the certificates immediately after the device is auto-registered. JITR triggers a registration event. You must create an AWS IoT Core rule to listen for the registration event […]

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