Category: Internet of Things
Purple Ant is a subscription-based property monitoring platform that enables its customers to detect, prevent, and track damage to their homes using IoT devices. We recently sat down to walk through how they’re leveraging AWS IoT Core to do it.
We’re pleased to announce the launch of AWS IoT EduKit, a program that provides an extensible and easy-to-use reference hardware kit, tutorials, and sample code to quickly get started. To get startups excited about the endless possibilities that come with the EduKit, we’re sponsoring a hackathon that challenges you to reinvent healthy spaces with innovative IoT solutions.
Q Bio is building a digital twin platform that will propel the world into a future where a regular checkup with a doctor is no longer subjective – it’s data driven. They want to capture all the data they can about someone’s health by measuring every single biomarker in the body and cataloging the data, and making it easy to search and analyze. Here’s how they’re doing it.
AWS IoT Core has many features that tackle different challenges IoT customers often have. It can be overwhelming at times to read about them in different places and figure out what exactly to use them for. In this blog post, we go into the different components of AWS IoT Core and walk you through an example of how a fictional startup will use the different components of AWS IoT Core to their benefit.
The Teraki platform, built by AI startup Teraki, automatizes intelligent sensor processing for telematics, video, and 3D point cloud data. The platform is developed with a single ideological concept/goal: Deliver scalability to manage the increasing need to handle sensor data from vehicles and devices in high volumes. Here’s how the team is leveraging AWS IoT services to do it.
We’re in it together. That community-driven sentiment was in full-effect as more than 200 entrepreneurs gathered at the AWS Loft in SoHo for New York’s first AWS Startup Day. Machine Learning? Check. How to tell your story? Covered. Cronuts? Inhaled. “Everyone wants to help everyone else to succeed,” said Future Lab’s Craig Wilson, one of the day’s speakers. “We’re here to be a part of that.”
In their 2016 Forecast: Internet of Things (IoT) report, Gartner projected that 8.4 billion connected IoT devices will be in use by the end of 2017. That’s up 31% from 2016 with the greatest concentration of use in China, North America, and Western Europe. AWS Developer Workshop at Web Summit 2017. That’s why it’s no […]
Chargifi’s smart wireless charging solution allows distributors to deploy their own wireless charging networks at scale. Doing so consists of three major functions: Deploy, Monitor, and Analyse.