AWS IoT Events is a new, fully managed IoT service that makes it easy to detect and respond to events from IoT sensors and applications. AWS IoT Events recognizes events across multiple sensors to identify operational issues, such as equipment slowdowns, and triggers alerts such as notifying support teams of an issue. AWS IoT Events offers a managed complex event detection service on the AWS cloud.
To detect events before AWS IoT Events, you had to build costly, custom applications to collect data, apply decision logic to detect an event, and then trigger another application to react to the event. Using AWS IoT Events, it's simple to detect events across thousands of IoT sensors sending telemetry data, such as temperature from a freezer, humidity from respiratory equipment, or belt speed on a motor. AWS IoT Events makes it possible to easily and cost effectively detect events system-wide and respond with appropriate actions to drive results such as optimizing manufacturing efficiency or improving production quality.
Comarch IoT Platform is the Internet of Things solution based in a cloud. It enables easy, secure and scalable connection of physical objects – IoT devices and computer-based systems. This unique environment makes connected car and smart home concepts a reality, allowing data from billions of IoT devices to be gathered, stored, exchanged, and analyzed by Comarch IoT Platform.
AWS IoT Events is ranked 19th in IoT Platforms while Comarch IoT Platform is ranked 11th in IoT Platforms. AWS IoT Events is rated 0.0, while Comarch IoT Platform is rated 0.0. On the other hand, AWS IoT Events is most compared with AWS IoT Things Graph and Telit, whereas Comarch IoT Platform is most compared with Jasper Platform.
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