No-code IT/OT convergence with an Industrial IoT hub
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It’s one thing to have sensors, it’s another to extract value from them.
As businesses across all sectors take their first steps toward Industrial IoT and edge computing solutions, extracting machine/sensor data and making it available for things like predictive maintenance and condition-based monitoring can prove challenging.
The gap between OT and IT is widest at the edge – factories, oil rigs, wind farms, water treatment plants and more.
In this webinar, we’ll explain how an IIoT edge hub bridges the gap by collecting, parsing and storing machine/sensor data, and making it accessible via standard protocols such as MQTT and SQL – all without the need to write a single line of code.
Register now and learn how to:
- Solve data integration challenges with an edge hub
- Automatically make sensor data available for analytics
- Seamless connect OT operations with IT technology
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Mike Bowers, Chief Architect, FairCom Corporation
Michael Bowers oversees the company’s architecture and product roadmaps, which includes high-performance databases, IIoT platforms and legacy system modernization solutions. He has more than 25 years of experience in software development and architecture. He is the author of “Pro CSS and HTML Design Patterns” published by Apress, a member of the INCITS technical committee that develops standards for SQL (structured query language) and GQL (graph query language), and is a frequent speaker at data management conferences.