The new IoT platform by Plintron includes modules, covering all functions including device management, SIM management, data storage and analytics with Machine learning/Artificial Intelligence capabilities.
AWS also showed off a new IoT analytics service, a device management service, and previewed a new security service for IoT devices during the re:Invent event.
One of United Kingdom’s major telecos Vodafone has got on to the Internet of Things (IoT) bandwagon. It’s launched a range of IoT devices under the banner “V by Vodafone.”
The software application is installed on routers, and automatically secures the connected devices in the home, by using machine learning and artificial intelligence.
Bolt Internet of Things platform lets any maker build projects 10 times faster and reduces code complexity to about 80 per cent with their inbuilt tools and functions.