Easy event management with AWS IoT Events

Easy event management with AWS IoT Events

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The Internet of Things is changing how people do business, thanks to improved event response capabilities, more efficient workflows, and cost savings. Problems like an overheated boiler, break-in at a storage facility, or delay in manufacturing or delivery are more visible across an organization. With AWS IoT Events, monitoring of these devices and events is easy.


As mentioned in a recent AWS blog, IoT Events uses detector models to represent different aspects of devices including states, sensors, and events. As shown in the example below, inputs are processed by a detector, which includes user-defined states for the device.


AWS IoT Events detector model via Jeff Barr
Source: Jeff Barr


To specify transition events—the changes that occur to move a device from one state to another—event trigger logic can be detailed in the Transition Event section. Most importantly, an action can be added as well, such as sending a message or setting a variable or timer.


For more information, check out the official AWS blog or official AWS documentation.





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