Cloud tool adds intelligent data to IoT product monitoring

Cloud tool adds intelligent data to IoT product monitoring

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By Nick Flaherty

Infineon Technologies has launched its latest cloud-based tool to help IoT developers monitor products in the field.

The CIRRENT IoT Network Intelligence (INI) tool allows product and development teams to identify, monitor and solve customer and product problems faster. An agent embedded in devices can be deployed in new products or rolled out over-the-air to existing fleets, and then devices report data into a cloud service.

This INI service processes more than a billion data points per day, and has added artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) to accelerate data analysis and meaningful insights for problem verification and resolution.

Development teams can use the online console with new artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities to analyze product data and get new insights into product performance in the field.

“The Internet of Things enables unprecedented visibility into products in the field, but too many IoT product companies lack both the data and tools to look at the data,” said Rob Conant, Vice President of Software and Ecosystem at Infineon.

“Infineon’s CIRRENT INI gives developers the ability to quickly gather data on their products in the field with dashboards and tools that provide actionable insights to solve problems and help drive strategic product development,” he said.

“Our product development challenge was to bring our outdoor security camera quickly to market, focusing on product differentiation,” said Darrell Holigan, Director of Engineering at SimpliSafe.

“With Infineon’s CIRRENT INI, we were able to quickly gather data and monitor performance and optimize our devices to meet our customer needs. Data is a critical part of our customer’s success and the console is an excellent source of organizing and analyzing that data,”he added.

The INI includes the CIRRENT Agent embedded software, cloud data storage and analysis as well as an online web-based console to deliver data-driven product development to improve user experience, decrease returns and increase sales.

The INI is pre-integrated with various chips and firmware, including AIROC Wi-Fi chips, AIROC Cloud Connectivity Manager and CIRRENT Cloud ID. Developers using Infineon’s ModusToolbox can easily integrate the agent with pre-integrated libraries and sample applications.

The INI also includes 25 built-in events and attributes that are extendable to custom events, attributes, and measurements specifically tuned for the customer’s application or IoT environment.

CIRRENT INI can be deployed on products using Wi-Fi, Ethernet or cellular connectivity and is available now.

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