Drag and drop visual programming tool allows both coders and non-coders to build innovative IoT services on AWS
Digital transformation infrastructure provider, Accelerite, has launched an Internet of Things (IoT) visual design tool on Amazon Web Services (AWS) marketplace.
According to Accelerite, users of its Concert IoT Orchestrator can drag and drop components to build applications that run on AWS for virtually any IoT use case -- from smart cities and Industry 4.0 manufacturing to smart consumer devices.
“Accelerite’s Concert IoT Orchestrator is the latest addition to the growing list of services critical to IoT application development offered on AWS Marketplace, allowing customers to try a variety of solutions without upfront investment and find the best product for their needs,” said Barry Russell, general manager of global business development, AWS Marketplace and catalogue services.
The Concert IoT Orchestrator starter edition highlights include:
“In addition to Orchestrator, Accelerite’s other Concert IoT portfolio offerings on AWS will include ‘low code’ accelerators for modelling device data schemas, user roles and developing insight from sensor data,” said Dean Hamilton, senior vice president and general manager of Accelerite’s IoT business unit.
“Going beyond the rapid creation of IoT services, Concert IoT offers a complete ecosystem management and monetisation solution for organisations that wish to expose their services and data to interested developers and partners.”
According to Accelerite, customers are already experiencing the value Concert IoT Orchestrator provides. “While many of our customers are in the quarrying and mining space, each has its own preferences in terms of responding to machine-generated IoT alerts,” added Larry McGoldrick, CEO of JMG Systems, specialist in the design, manufacture and support of electrical control panels, displays, remote controls and wiring systems for engine-based machines.
With Accelerite’s Concert IoT Orchestrator, we now have the ability to visually create IoT service flows without the need for software developers. This is a great advantage for us as a hardware-oriented firm.”
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