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LIVE WEBINAR

Connectivity and Interoperability: Cornerstones of IIoT Implementation

Wednesday, October 23, 2019 - 2:00pm ET/11:00am PT

Connectivity is the foundation of any IIoT project. Robust and secure networks are essential for implementing successful IIoT projects. This level of network operations is required as real-time data from operational devices needs to be captured, normalized and displayed where necessary.

A GE survey of industrial customers reveals that 80% of the effort in an IIoT project, goes into collecting and normalizing data.[1] This wealth of industrial data is only useful if all of it is aggregated in one place for generating actionable insights. However, the plethora of industrial protocols and data formats pose a problem. This is why we need to explore methods for collating useful data.

Join this webinar where our experts bring in practical tips for enabling data interoperability and establishing connectivity for large scale IIoT implementations.

What you’ll learn:

  • How to overcome challenges faced during the first phase of IIoT projects
  • How Microland has enabled seamless IIoT connectivity for its clients

Who should attend:

  • Companies in the early stages of IIoT implementation: Managers and above in the IT/OT organizations of the company
  • Stakeholders from IIoT CoEs (Centers of Excellence)

References: [1] - https://www.iotone.com/files/pdf/casestudy/GE-Asset-Performance-Management-Playbook-by-GE-Digital--1-.pdf

Presenter:

Manjanath Nayak
Sr. VP - Strategic Accounts & Global Industrial IoT Business, Microland
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MODERATOR:

Ken Briodagh
IoT Editorial Director, IoT Evolution World
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