To exploit the business value of IoT businesses need data, and Eseye, creators of the easiest, one-stop, global M2M cellular connectivity solution available for AWS customers today are pleased to announce a significant product enhancement; AnyNet Secure AWS cloud connected devices now have their locations displayed on the AWS IoT Console.
Eseye uses the AWS IoT Device Shadow to display metadata features, including the certificate delivery status, phone number, number of AWS IoT messages remaining and the last known location of the device.
By pushing enhanced location and other metadata updates onto the AWS IoT Cloud Console, Eseye enables mangers to verify that their devices are working as planned and to focus on their primary goal, of making great IoT/M2M products fit for rapidly expanding markets.
About the AnyNet Secure:
In the highly complex and fragmented world of global cellular for IoT devices, the AnyNet Secure is designed to be easiest, most resilient, one-stop, cellular solution available for AWS IoT customers today. Eseye’s AnyNet Secure is a single SIM for M2M device deployments. It uses dynamic, multi-operator technology (up to 16 SIM cards in one) that can seamlessly connect, through 235+ cellular networks (2G, 3G, 4G LTE) across 75+ countries, to securely send data to your AWS account.
About the AWS IoT Device Shadow:
The AWS IoT Device Shadow is a JSON document that is used to store and retrieve information on the current, or last recorded, state for a device/thing. The AWS Rules Engine can process items published to the shadow in order to handle events and maintain a device history.
For more information on the AWS IoT Device Shadow please see: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/iot/latest/developerguide/iot-device-shadows.html