Nebraska Makes Connecting LPWAN solutions to AWS IoT Core Easy.
Nebraska is a secure, reliable bridge for connecting devices using LPWANS like NB-IoT and others to Amazon’s AWS IoT Core. Nebraska uses CoAP, a transport protocol optimized for the most constrained device and networks, minimizing bandwidth requirements easing integration with the internet.
With Nebraska, you can connect any device with a CoAP client to the internet in just minutes.
Improve connection efficiency, stability, and security using Connection ID, CoAP, and DTLS 1.2 security.
Quickly route data to your AWS MQTT/TLS broker.
Reduce development cost accelerating time-to-market with CoAP-as-a-Service.
Save money by reducing network traffic and AWS resource utilization.
Improve device-side energy-efficiency and battery lifespans.
NEBRASKA’s CoAP services have been developed by IoTerop on top of Amazon Web Services. NEBRASKA is a subset of ALASKA, IoTerop’s device management platform supporting LwM2M.
Creation of the CoAP client and data-feed may be done using IoTerop’s IOWA, a C library allowing developers to quickly implement CoAP for data transport as well as DTLS and connection identifiers (CID). Code samples are available on the IOWA GitHub page.
Please note once the CoAP client has been implemented, IOWA may be used to add additional LwM2M device management features.