Holland’s Twisthink Partners with Amazon Web Services to Accelerate IoT Adoption

Twisthink in Holland, which creates custom internet of things solutions for companies, has signed a multi-year strategic collaboration agreement with Amazon Web Services in Seattle to accelerate the development of solutions across markets such as industrial, health care, consumer, and agricultural.
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Twisthink, which creates internet of things operations for companies, has signed an agreement with Amazon Web Services to accelerate the development of solutions. // Stock photo

Twisthink in Holland, which creates custom internet of things solutions for companies, has signed a multi-year strategic collaboration agreement with Amazon Web Services in Seattle to accelerate the development of solutions across markets such as industrial, health care, consumer, and agricultural.

Customers looking to adopt internet of things into a product line must address product specifications, security, scalability, and a support model, all of which require data to plan.

Twisthink works with companies to determine the root problem internet of things would help solve and assist them in making decisions based on human-centered design. It then provides the team, which includes strategists, industrial designers, software and hardware engineers, and cloud architects, to build it.

The collaboration with Amazon enhances the combination of Twisthink’s design and technology competencies with Amazon’s edge and cloud expertise. The companies are also working to reduce the time to deployment for new internet of things solutions by up to 50 percent.

Through Twisthink Auris, customers can leverage a production ready set of internet of things sensor hardware, firmware, and Amazon edge-to-cloud services. The Auris platform contains the core elements fundamental to internet of things products including security, communications, cloud analytics, machine learning, and more.

Twisthink will use Auris to configure a solution that is customer-specific, allowing for client autonomy and a path to an internet of things product launch. The company was formed in 2001.

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