AWS is all set to spill its IoT beans at the Australian AWS Summit in Sydney on 11th and 12th April 2018 at Sydney’s International Convention Centre.
AWS looks forward to shedding light on cloud technologies and how it can help businesses lower costs, improve efficiency and innovate at scale. Customer will also realize the potential for IoT in the real world, and in industrial use cases, says AWS.
Highlights of AWS Sydney Summit 2018
- The AWS Sydney Summit will have one session dedicated to IoT. (Intelligence of Things: IoT, AWS DeepLens, and Amazon SageMaker)
- The summit would also showcase the capabilities of AWS Greengrass in delivering IoT edge intelligence with integration to other services such as Amazon Rekognition and AWS Machine Learning solutions.
- The summit will also highlight how customers can leverage the power of Amazon SageMaker, which is a fully managed end-to-end machine learning tool that enables users to quickly build, train and deploy machine learning models.
- The team will demonstrate how to deploy different machine learning models down to an AWS DeepLens device — a custom built HD video camera designed to run complex machine learning models for video and object recognition — in just a few clicks.
This summit will also talk about the latest AWS IoT Core and the AWS IoT Button.
AWS IoT Core is a platform that enables one to connect devices to AWS Services and other devices. It ensures secure data and interactions and also enables applications to interact with devices even when they are offline.
The AWS IoT Button is a programmable button based on the Amazon Dash Button hardware. It is a simple Wi-Fi device, which is easy to configure and designed for developers to get started with AWS IoT Core, AWS Lambda, Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon SNS, and many other Amazon Web Services without writing device-specific code.
For further highlights and the complete agenda of the summit, visit the AWS Website.