About the Eseye-enabled Cinterion® PLS62‑W Wireless Module
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® PLS62‑W Wireless Modulewith seamless fallback to 2G/3G – 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 Intelligent Cloud Connect, featuring an Eseye-enabled PLS62T-W modem.
- A basic understanding of serverless applications running on AWS. Training courses are available here: https://aws.amazon.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. The
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
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- 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