The Future Of Voice: Part 1
Voice technologies are everywhere. You can’t avoid seeing someone using voice for “something”, whether that be a five year old playing their favourite music on an Echo, or an adult in a pub settling a debate via smartphone. We decided to put together a series of blog posts commenting on the future of voice technology. […]
Driving IoT forward: from Data Cars to the real-world
This year at our re:Invent booth we debuted Data Cars, which adds real-time cloud backed telemetry to a Scalextric set. Data Cars streams acceleration data from IoT devices onboard the slot cars, through a local device which performs data aggregation and preprocessing, and from there into AWS where the data is analysed and visualised. In […]
Alexa – The Cloudy Concierge
The challenge At Cloudreach, during every quarterly event, we are challenged to create something new. Something innovative that provides a solution to a problem we face as colleagues on an everyday basis. The idea does not necessarily have to be technology related but rather, something to make our lives easier. Here at our London office, […]
Build a secure IoT solution
Securing large scale Internet of Things (IoT) solutions isn’t as easy as you think. Remember Mirai? This brings us to the following very important question: how do you actually build a secure IoT solution? As always, there are a couple of options available to you. The usual option Most IoT services offered by cloud providers […]
I’ve been a bit obsessed with Home automation, Serverless and IoT for a wee while and I find that these are three technologies that complement each other super well. I started my IoT collection about 2 years ago when I asked for Philips Hue lights for Christmas… I got a few confused comments and looks […]
Is there more to Amazon IoT than IoT?
The initial rant… I think ever since I got into technology in 1992 I have always been looking for the right combination of tools to fulfill a specific requirement. In fact back in 1992 there really weren’t as many libraries, utilities and services out there. The plain fact was that you even had to pay […]
Is IoT Safe for your Business?
Back in January I wrote a post on IoT and the year ahead. I suspect the past few weeks’ activities have given IoT somewhat more press than my humble ramblings. Pretty much no one escaped the news that there have been some interesting new variants on the good old fashioned Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS), […]