IoT integrators and builders can now tap into a powerful partnership between Verizon and AWS to significantly accelerate time to market for IoT solutions.
AWS IoT Core lets you connect IoT devices to the AWS cloud without the need to provision or manage servers. AWS IoT Core can support billions of devices and trillions of messages and can process and route those messages to AWS endpoints and to other devices reliably and securely. With AWS IoT Core, your applications can keep track of and communicate with all your devices, all the time, even when they aren’t connected. Plus, the Verizon asset tracker data model is pre-built within the AWS IoT Core context.
Verizon and AWS have worked together to join core components of the IoT solutions, making development faster and easier.
Asset tracking solution
Combining AWS IoT Core with Verizon’s ThingSpace Platform and Critical Asset Sensor bundle, you get a complete end-to-end asset tracking solution.
Verizon’s 5G network and AWS Wavelength combined offering is optimized for mobile edge computing applications. Wavelength Zones are AWS infrastructure deployments that embed AWS compute and storage services within Verizon’s datacenters at the edge of the 5G network.
This enables application traffic from 5G devices to reach application servers running on the public MEC Wavelength Zones without leaving the security of Verizon’s network.
The ThingSpace Cloud Connector program brings the cloud and connectivity together, saving hours of development time.
Condition based montioring
Proactively monitor equipment to assess conditions, recognize warning signs and get diagnostics data to ensure equipment uptime.
Know in real time where every item of inventory is located, create alerts and automate re-stock, get inventory trend data and monitor the condition of inventory.
Keep employees and customers safe during a pandemic with condition monitoring for workspaces, people occupancy in public areas and monitoring soap and paper towel dispensers.
Automate the cycling of goods, enable sorting of damaged returned packages using computer vision, monitor conditions within critical zones and track assets.
Monitor safety scenarios such as hard hat compliance, track out of place equipment, track inventory and identify out of place products, and planogram compliance.
Amazon Web Services (AWS), Verizon and Domo recently forged a first-of-its-kind partnership to help companies quickly and affordably get value from IoT asset tracking information. The solution combines the Critical Asset Sensor and LTE Cat M1 connectivity from Verizon with the AWS cloud platform and Domo’s powerful Asset Tracking application.