There are a lot of great trade shows out there, but this year, we couldn’t be more excited about this year’s re:Invent 2015 from Amazon Web Services. As the Internet of Things continues to flourish, there are countless new capabilities opening up everyday that are providing new business opportunities:

  • Remote Monitoring
  • Remote Control
  • Auto Replenishment
  • Preventative Maintenance
  • Turning IoT Capabilities into New Revenue Streams

What are we doing at re:Invent?


Re-Joining our Friends from 2lemetry: As many already know, we at ThingLogix share some history with AWS. Many of us either worked for, or were founders of (in the case of our COO), 2lemetry, which provided us with significant experience in IoT services and technology. In the spring, our partners at 2lemetry were acquired by AWS and we are excited to start collaborating with them once more – our former colleagues in their new roles with our expertise and new technology. Amazon continues to be the world leader in cloud computing providing us with many tools (Kinesis, Dynamo DB, Lambda, etc.) for building our own insight-based IoT services. Lastly, we’re simply looking forward to catching up with old friends.

Demonstrating Insight-Based IoT Services: This year, we have the privilege of joining SealedAir for a live IoT demo that will showcase the business value of IoT services. We will deploy connected hygiene devices throughout the expo at the Venetian hotel. Each device will show, in real-time, the the value of device data and IoT technology when combined with Amazon.

Sponsorship: If you’re attending re:Invent 2015, please stop by and see us! We will be at Booth #1055. We’re ready to talk IoT, and we’ve been able to collaborate with AWS products and services. We will also be hosting a few representatives from our partners at Renesas and Micrium.

There is a lot to discuss as the world of IoT continues to open up new capabilities. We hope you’re as excited as we are for re:Invent 2015 and we hope to see you there!

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Jake Smeester

Director of Marketing for ThingLogix and an IoT evangelist. He's also a professional pianist.

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