Most IoT clients use the MQTT protocol, which is a lightweight messaging protocol for IoT applications. It communicates over TCP/IP using a TCP socket (in case of a non-secure connection) or a TLS socket (in case of a secure connection with encryption).
Webinar: How to Rapidly Develop IoT Devices
Arm Cortex-M processors have been shipped in more than 45 billion chips for a vast range of applications, from industrial sensors to wearables. This growth has exploded more so in the last few years due to the significant rise in connected products for diverse markets. AWS IoT provides broad and deep functionality, spanning the edge to the cloud, so customers can build IoT solutions for virtually any use case across a wide range of devices. With designers of IoT applications under extraordinary pressure to build innovative solutions quickly, affordably, and satisfy many design requirements, how can the IoT continue to scale across a growing number of use cases? The talk provides a tour of a simple path to developing secure Cortex-M based IoT devices with Arm and AWS, and how together, the collaboration provides choice and scalability for IoT developers.
IoT client demos are available for the following evaluation kits and development boards:
Webinar: Wireless Cloud Connectivity Made Easy
CMSIS-Drivers for WiFi connectivity is a standardized interface, that makes cloud connectivity simple. Off-the-shelf CMSIS components let developers easily set up and connect embedded applications to the cloud using a WiFi shield for their favorite development board. The new WiFi driver validation suite helps to debug connectivity issues and get to a stable connection faster.
We will demonstrate these functionalities on an NXP LPC55S69 development board with a popular WiFi shield during the webinar. You will learn about how to:
- Set up and connect an embedded application to the cloud
- Use Wifi driver validation suite to debug connectivity issues
The following MDK-Packs provide the basic building blocks that are required to connect to the cloud providers. These software packs are available from the Pack Installer:
Further information and download
Application note 312 provides further details on the various cloud services that are supported.
All software packs are fully CMSIS-Packs compliant so that they can be used in any third party development environment with CMSIS-Pack support.