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.
Galen Data’s mission is to connect all of the world’s medical devices. It’s a bold one, but they believe connectivity is key to innovation in healthcare. From remote monitoring, telehealth, and early diagnosis, to personalized medicine — these all require data obtained by connecting medical devices and other repositories to a centralized system.
Today, the healthcare industry is flooded with software. Any given hospital has an EMR, billing software, different portals for every insurance partner, and individual medical tools each with their own interfaces, just to name a few. None of these systems work together, and the downstream effects dehumanizes the care experience. Olive is designed to connect these disparate parts, shining a new light on old processes, connecting providers delivering care and payers reimbursing that care to ultimately drive a better patient experience.
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.
Prior to Beewise, the latest beekeeping technology—if you can call it that—was created in the 1800s. The “tech stack” was a literal stack of wooden boxes called a beehive, filled with honeycomb, not to mention bees. Today, there’s Beewise, an Israeli startup leveraging IoT and AI to offer the first autonomous beehive.
Founded in 2012, Eagle.io offers a data-analytics platform that enterprises use to monitor environmental sensors. Learn more about the company and how its current CEO went from customer to leader.
As they move throughout the physical world, devices are constantly gathering data. Geospock Founder Dr. Steve Marsh talks about how his team has built a spatial data platform to process all the information collected from such devices and utilize it to design next-generation applications and devices.
Containers are a critical part of SuperAwesome’s infrastructure. They allowed SuperAwesome to grow very rapidly without losing focus of our goals. Sometimes, some really simple changes can save you money, a simpler infrastructure, a better developer experience, and reduce maintenance.
Michael Huth, CTO of XAIN, talks about how his company’s products enable communication between systems, what industries benefit from their product, and what’s next.
Maral Kalajian, Marketing & Communications Manager at Watty, talks about how the Stockholm, Sweden-based startup makes tools to help people understand what is happening in their home in real-time.