The world is changing faster than imagined, and AI is getting smarter with every passing day. Autonomous cars have been recently hitting the headlines and dominating tech-talks.
With a predicted 20 billion connected devices by expected to be in use by 2020, businesses need to understand how to extract value from data coming in from IoT devices. This article breaks down the different data sources from IoT as well as their impact on storage and how automation can help organizations gain more value from their IoT data.
There's mounting pressure in the automotive industry to transform from mechanical-centric into software-defined vehicles. Manufacturers and suppliers will have to implement innovative software-based solutions to stay relevant and to keep up with consumers’ expectations.
With a virtually infinite amount of devices in distributed enterprise environments, along with various venues for the IoT in differing industries, the network is now the focal point for its security. Through the network, users and devices can be authenticated, policies and rules put in place to control access and behavior, and visibility can be increased to detect anomalies. To make this truly work, security and network personnel must collaborate closely.
Building connected car services can be a challenge due to the unreliable nature of the cellular network and the requirement for bi-directional communication. MQTT's publish/subscribe protocol is well designed to address these challenges and is well suited for moving data between the car and cloud platform.
Firms can make IoT data more valuable asset by building data pipelines that make data more available and easier to use in analytics. This article will present how companies can make IoT data a better performing asset.
IoT lives in a complex ecosystem. IoT devices often cast some confusion. When building out a new IoT device, know these three fundamentals.
"The Cloud" doesn't exist: It is just a marketing buzzword which hides tens of thousands of racks in data centers filled with servers. In this real-world, security responsibilities remain very concrete but need to be approached and organized differently.
This post describes how to connect an iOS app via MQTT (websocket) to AWS IoT, without requiring users to be authenticated with AWS Cognito or generating unique X.509 certificates in each distribution of the app, using AWS Amplify or requiring a awsconfiguration.json file in the project.
This article is a deep dive into MQTT, its history, its optimal use case and its future.