Eseye ensures that your thing has near constant connectivity to a cellular network. Connecting to AWS provides a flexible and scalable cloud service solution for your internet of things enterprise.
Thales Cinterion® ELS61 Wireless Modulewith seamless fallback to 3G and/or 2G – enables a secure connection to AWS after the Eseye security and identity information is installed
Single Eseye SIM with multi-IMSI capability – enables worldwide wireless connectivity
As a worked example, Eseye uses the MIKROE
LTE Cat.1-xx click, featuring an Eseye-enabled Thales Cinterion® ELS61 Wireless Module , either:
- LTE Cat.1-EU click (for Europe); product ID: MIKROE-3757
- LTE Cat.1-US click (for North America); product ID: MIKROE-3885
For information about MIKROE products, see the MikroElektronika website. www.mikroe.com
Eseye uses the Message Queue Telemetry Transport (MQTT) protocol to connect one or more things (MQTT clients) with AWS IoT Core (the MQTT broker).
You use an AT-command interface to send and receive telemetry data to and from the cloud service.
MQTT URL – the AWS Custom Endpoint used to establish a connection between a thing and AWS IoT Core, for example:
Transport Layer Security (TLS) – for the IP connection, established using the certificates from the SIM
For more information, see
- Publish and subscribe topics – preconfigured in the Eseye Telemetry Module (ETM) application using AT commands
- AWSthingname – appended to the topics as a suffix to uniquely identify the thing in AWS IoT Core