We’ve used AWS IoT Core so many times on an embedded Linux device, we created an open source service to reduce implementation effort . Dubbed chariotd and written in NodeJS, its a very useful and a lean implementation that provides access to key AWS IoT Core features – Device Shadow handling, MQTT message publishing and Fleet Provisioning.
We often get brought on board to help productise ‘IoT’ (that’s Internet of Things, if you have somehow managed to escape the acronym) devices, and depending on the domain it’s often a Linux based device. Something we commonly see is that developers who are entering the embedded Linux space from the server or desktop direction are carrying over patterns from there out of habit.
If popular media is to be believed, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is everywhere and it’s either going to solve all our problems or robots are going to take over the world and we’re going to lose our jobs. AI is the new oil, or the new electricity.
Re:invent 2019 was an evolution, no revolution. ML and IoT offerings still improving at pace. Continued move towards Containers and Serverless over managing servers.
Powersensor facilitates energy provider innovation through data
DiUS named two-time finalist in the 2020 CRN Impact Awards.
DiUS is proud to be named as four-time ARN Innovation Awards 2019 finalists, in diverse categories.
As an organisation that has been working in the utilities and smart energy sector for the past 15 years, we know often the hardest part about being innovative is getting started.
DiUS announces general release of Powersensor – a self-installed IoT device delivering real-time generation and consumption energy data to consumers
On a hot January day, a group of intrepid startupers from the 2019 cohort of Startupbootcamp EnergyAustralia* visited the DiUS Melbourne office to find out a little more about how to develop an Internet of Things (IoT) product from DiUS principal consultant – IoT, Zoran Angelovski. I spoke to Zoran after the tour to get his main takeaways.