Embedded World 2024: Accelerate innovation from edge to cloud with AWS
Amazon Web Services » The Internet of Things
by Roland Odorfer
1w ago
Although mostly invisible, embedded systems are ubiquitous in our everyday lives, powering applications, such as smart home automation or industrial control systems. At the upcoming Embedded World 2024 trade fair, Amazon Web Services (AWS) will showcase its latest innovations and solutions in the field of Internet of Things (IoT), tailored towards the embedded industry. Join us as we explore the transformative power of the cloud in the embedded world and discover how AWS can accelerate your projects and time to market. Date: 9-11th April 2024 Location: Nuremberg, Germany Booth: Hall ..read more
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Early Fire Detection Design Model for Smart Cities: Using AWS IoT and ML Technologies
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by Ahmed Alkhazraji
2w ago
Introduction The National Fire Protection Association records over one million fires each year. These fires rank as one of the top threats to urban safety in the United States. Currently, fire departments largely rely on traditional fire detection systems composed of in-home smoke detectors, fire call boxes, and public notification (calls) to receive their alerts. These systems may lack additional information, such as scope, scale, and location of the fire. The Internet of Things (IoT) is a key technology that can help cities streamline their infrastructure to proactively detect fires and impr ..read more
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Use AWS IoT Device Defender and Splunk to monitor the security posture of your IoT application
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by Alan Peaty
2w ago
With the growing adoption of Internet of Things (IoT) applications in regulated industries, such as healthcare, hardening IoT security devices has become a requirement. In addition to ensuring that backend systems are resilient, organizations increasingly invest effort to secure devices outside the traditional enterprise perimeter with zero trust principles. For example, fleet operators for connected medical devices need to ensure that the product does not exhibit anomalous behavior and function as designed. When a device’s security posture is compromised, it’s vital that these events are effi ..read more
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Use location data with AWS IoT Device Management to monitor and manage your IoT fleet
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by Reetesh Varshney
3w ago
As the number of Internet of Things (IoT) devices increase exponentially, enterprises need advanced tools that can leverage location data to manage their IoT fleets across different geographies. Knowing your devices’ location is important not only for asset management and theft detection, but also to dispatch timely remediation when your devices are non-operational. Moreover by combining location and device state metadata, you can derive richer insights about your IoT fleet, such as detecting location-specific connectivity issues or understanding usage trends by location. As an example, if you ..read more
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Modernize your Enterprise Historian with AWS Cloud Services
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by Seibou Gounteni
3w ago
Introduction At AWS, we work with customers and partners to build technologies that help solve real-world industrial problems like minimizing equipment downtime, improving process efficiency, maximizing product quality, and ensuring personnel safety. These customers are using AWS services to gain digital capabilities that help them to optimize their processes and make data-driven decisions. This transformation boosts competitiveness and lays the foundation for a more intelligent, agile, and interconnected industrial landscape. At the center of achieving this digital transformation is data. For ..read more
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Modernize your Process Historian with AWS Cloud Services
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by Seibou Gounteni
1M ago
Modernize your Enterprise Data Historian with AWS Cloud Services Introduction At AWS, we work with customers and partners to build technologies that help solve real-world industrial problems like minimizing equipment downtime, improving process efficiency, maximizing product quality, and ensuring personnel safety. These customers are using AWS services to gain digital capabilities that help them to optimize their processes and make data-driven decisions. This transformation boosts competitiveness and lays the foundation for a more intelligent, agile, and interconnected industrial landscape. At ..read more
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Build a Cloud Gateway to Ingest RTSP video to Amazon Kinesis Video Streams
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by David Malone
3M ago
Introduction According to industry researcher IHS Markit, the estimated number of IP cameras deployed worldwide was approaching 1 billion by the end of 2021, and according to Gartner’s Emerging Tech: Revenue Opportunity Projection of Computer Vision report, enterprise computer vision (CV) software, hardware and services in key markets is expected to generate global revenue of $386 billion by 2031, up from $126 billion in 2022. Many on-premises deployments of IP cameras make use of a network video recorder (NVR) to handle recording, storage, and playback of video and audio from those cameras, a ..read more
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AWS IoT Core now supports private certificate authorities with fleet provisioning
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by Syed Rehan
4M ago
Introduction Today, AWS IoT Core announces the general availability of self-managed client certificate signing for AWS IoT Core fleet provisioning. The new self-managed certificate signing capability allows you to integrate with an external certificate authority (CA), your own public key infrastructure (PKI), or popular CA services such as AWS Private CA, to sign certificate signing requests (CSRs) when provisioning your fleet.  This integration enables you to customize attributes of X.509 client certificates while using fleet provisioning, which is particularly beneficial for security-se ..read more
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Device onboarding to AWS IoT using Virtual Private Cloud endpoints
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by Sebastian Salomon
4M ago
Introduction If you operate secure private networks—such as an assembly line’s operational technology (OT) network at a factory or government agency­—and intend to connect your devices to AWS, then you need to use X.509 client certificates for authenticating requests to AWS services—all while staying within the Virtual Private Cloud (VPC). In this post, we will demonstrate how to use the new capability, VPC endpoint (VPCe) for AWS IoT Core credential provider to manage component deployments into AWS IoT Greengrass-powered gateways running on private networks. Similarly ..read more
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Securely sending industrial data to AWS IoT services using unidirectional gateways
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by Ryan Dsouza
4M ago
Introduction Critical infrastructure customers are challenged to make industrial networks more accessible without significantly increasing cybersecurity risks. This is due in part to the common practice of using Industrial IoT (IIoT) and cloud technologies to analyze large volumes of industrial data to improve operational efficiencies. To be successful, this practice requires a balance between advancing digitization to remain competitive and securing critical infrastructure systems. Many of the Industrial Control Systems (ICS) and Operational Technology (OT) used in critical infrastructure hav ..read more
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