Connected Industrial Toolkit for IoT – Eseye and Zerynth partnership announced

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IoT Hardware and Connectivity Specialists


Global IoT cellular specialists Eseye and Zerynth, the middleware for IoT and Industry 4.0 applications are delighted to announce a partnership designed to make cellular Industrial IoT easier to program and deploy. Using the Eseye enabled AnyNet 2G click and API and the Zerynth’s 4zerobox, an Industrial IoT board based on ESP32 the companies can now demonstrate how customers quickly and simply feed data onto the world’s fastest growing cloud services provider, Amazon Web Services (AWS).

“By 2021, I predict more than 80 per cent of all new IoT projects will be connecting devices to cloud applications”, says Eseye’s CTO, Ian Marsden. “This makes it essential to get the fundamental areas of this technology implemented correctly, so that businesses of the near-future are properly prepared for the transition; the AnyNet Secure’s seamless AWS Marketplace integration means the AWS IoT Platform handles remote SIM activation as well as delivery of the required security information”, he explains.

Giacomo Baldi, CTO at Zerynth, comments, “The IoT revolution contributed to boosting the features of embedded hardware technologies, making it possible to create connected solutions with high performance and low cost. However, the software barriers to entry in this new technological environment are still high. Our mission is to reduce the complexity and increase the value of innovative and connected IoT solutions.”

By fitting the AnyNet 2G click, developed by MikroElektronika, into 32-bit microcontroller boards mounting the MikroBUS slots (like the 4ZeroBox), and programming it with the dedicated Zerynth library, customers can exploit a highly available connection onto AWS for reporting, remote control and security.

Eseye’s Ian Marsden says, “Working with the AWS IoT Platform Eseye has taken the technology one stage further, to create the easiest way to deploy IoT onto AWS today. As a result, developers are given a simple, smart and affordable way to truly explore the potential economic, social and health impact of IoT in ever more creative ways.”