As we head into the new year, we’d like to take a moment to highlight some of our top webinars. After sorting through 20 webinars and ranking each based on attendance, we bring to you our top five webinars of 2015. A huge shout out goes to our knowledgable and passionate experts at RTI, in addition to our great customers and partners, as through our webinars they were able to shed much light and spark a lot of interest in the growing space of the Industrial Internet of Things.
Now, we present to you, the list:
- Panel Discussion – Exploring IoT: Silicon, Software, Security, and Sensors
Presented February 23, 2015 | Sponsors: Eurotech, Flexera, McAfee, RTI, ThingWorx
Diverse panel of experts discuss IoT applications and dissect what puts the “smart” in IoT devices.
- Interoperability and the Internet of Things – To standardize or not to standardize?
Presented March 12, 2015 | Sponsors: PrismTech, RTI, ThingWorx
Networking experts consider the current connectivity landscape and define approaches that enable ubiquitous connectivity for the IoT.
- Blueprint for the Industrial Internet of Things
Presented April 23, 2015 | Sponsors: Industrial Internet Consortium, Cisco, RTI
This talk examines “data centricity,” an architectural feature of the IIC’s guidance to enable the IIoT vision. Successful use cases in medical, power, transportation, and industrial control applications provide support for this new era of connectivity.
- Blueprint for the Industrial Internet: The Architecture
Presented July 9, 2015 | Speaker: Stan Schneider, CEO, RTI
Stan dives further into data centricity and pulls from real use cases to emphasize the promise of controlled and secure data: a new era of connectivity to unify systems top and bottom across industries.
- How to Build the Connectivity Architecture for the Industrial Internet of Things (IoT)
Presented February 25, 2015 | Speaker: Rajive Joshi, Ph.D. Principal Solution Architect, RTI
Rajive describes the core connectivity architecture model for the Industrial IoT and shows how the Data Distribution Service (DDS) messaging standard addresses its unique requirements. Concepts will be illustrated using a scalable Industrial IoT application architecture that shares real-time data between mobile devices and the cloud and provides access via thin clients (web browser).
We hope you’ll enjoy these on-demand webinars. Feel free to pass them on to your colleagues!