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Monitor AWS IoT connections in near-real time using MQTT LWT

In a connected device, you may need to monitor devices in near-real time to detect error and mitigate actions, Last Will and Testament (LWT) method for MQTT addresses this challenge. LWT is a standard method of MQTT protocol specification that allows to detect abrupt disconnects of devices and to notify other clients about this abrupt […]

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Grow your knowledge: a guide to IoT Solutions World Congress 2022

Overview Welcome to your guide for IoT Solutions World Congress, an event showcasing the game-changing solutions and technologies disrupting and transforming industries. Follow the digital conversations via the hashtag, #IOTSWC22. IoT Solutions World Congress will take place May 10-12 in Barcelona, Spain. Join AWS on-site in Barcelona for IoT leadership sessions and IoT device demonstrations […]

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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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Collecting vehicle data more efficiently with AWS IoT FleetWise

Today, we think of connected vehicles as an advanced class of vehicle with internet connectivity. However, we will soon refer to these simply as vehicles, since by 2030, over 95 percent of new vehicles sold globally will be connected to the internet, up from about 50 percent today.¹ Greater vehicle connectivity gives automakers opportunities to […]

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Introducing AWS IoT ExpressLink, making it faster and easier to develop secure IoT devices

Introduction Developing and deploying secure IoT products can be challenging. It can often take months, or even years to connect a product securely to the cloud in a way that is scalable and easy to maintain for the life of the product. Today, IoT products require developers to handle a complex software stack and master […]

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Ingesting Data from S3 by Using BatchPutMessage, AWS Lambda, and Amazon Kinesis

AWS IoT Analytics is a fully managed service that you can use to query and generate insights about your IoT data. You might want to use AWS IoT Analytics on data that is not being sent to the AWS IoT Core message broker. By using the AWS IoT Analytics BatchPutMessage API, you can ingest data directly into […]

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Build a proof-of-concept IoT solution in under 3 hours with the AWS IoT Device Client

Introduction You may be starting on your IoT journey, or have thousands of devices connected already. Maybe you just built an IoT business application, and want to deploy it to your fleet. You’re looking for a way to build functionality to control, update, monitor, or secure your IoT devices. To guide you through this process […]

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Monitor and visualise building occupancy with AWS IoT Core, Amazon QuickSight and Raspberry Pi

Occupancy monitoring in buildings is a valuable tool across different industries. From healthcare to industrial, and from entertainment to retail, customers are looking for modern and scalable IoT solutions to make practical business decisions. For example, many exhibitions in public art museums employ an open-ended approach, where there is no clear starting or finishing point […]

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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 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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