Some commentators feel that the Internet of Things is a network of items that exchange very basic data without much intelligence being involved. They point to a lack of analysis that could interpret this data, and do something meaningful with it.
Media has created a buzz around Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence as being applied only to niche products. The truth is that the business world has begun implementing these technologies throughout the entire enterprise schemes to improve their productivity.
There has been a global rise in the rate of adoption of smart technologies in different industries leading to the demand for IoT technologies. Most businesses are adopting smart technologies in order to reduce operational costs, improve customer satisfaction and increase the return on investment.
When Amazon introduced the AWS Lambda, it provided developers with a way to create applications without the burden of managing servers. Now, there is the AWS IoT- 1-Click, which is designed to give simple and fast access to Lambda triggers.
Amazon recently announced that they have released the AWS IoT Analytics service. This is a general availability release, which at the moment is available only in Ireland, Ohio, Oregon and North Virginia. In a nutshell AWS IoT Analytics is a service that is fully managed and provides analyses of all the data that gets collected from your IoT devices.
Amazon FreeRTOS refers to an operating system designed for microcontrollers that allows small and low-power gadgets easy to deploy, program, manage, and secure. The basis of this FreeRTOS is the FreeRTOS kernel; a well-known operating system developed for microcontrollers and runs it using software libraries making it easy for you to connect your small and low-power gadgets to AWS cloud packages such as IoT Core or other powerful devices operating AWS Greengrass.