5 of the best on-demand webinars to inspire your IIoT and system designs Reply

The Top 5 Connext DDS + IIOT Webinars!

Ever feel like your work could use an infusion of inspiration, stat? We hear you.

Consistently keeping up with all of the latest best practices, updates to standards, and new trends can be hard, but we’ve got you covered! Grab your laptop and headphones, and spend some time on YOU. Click on the links below to view our Top 5 on-demand webinars from the first half of 2016.

  1. IoT Panel Webcast – Best Practices and Avoiding Pitfalls for IoT Development
    Originally presented on March 24, 2016

    Our panel of IoT experts discuss best practices and common pitfalls that can help keep your IoT rollout on-time and within budget.
  2. Data Distribution Service Security and the Industrial Internet of Things
    Originally presented on January 13, 2016
    The webinar includes discussions about the most recent work on the security specification for the DDS standard, its rationale, and architectural design.
  3. Cyber Security for the Connected Car
    Originally presented on May 18, 2016
    Learn how isolation techniques and security measures from the embedded industry can be leveraged to protect modern vehicles from unwanted code or malicious attack.
  4. Space Rovers and Surgical Robots
    Originally presented on May 5, 2016
    Learn why Robot Operating System (ROS) 2.0 and robotic systems like NASA’s and MIRO Lab’s chose to implement a data-centric architecture using Data Distribution Service (DDS), a communication protocol standard for real-time and embedded systems.
  5. Accelerate Distributed Systems Development using Connext Tools
    Originally presented on June 22, 2016
    Our tools expert covers how you can use the tools included in RTI Connext DDS Pro to accelerate your distributed systems development.

To view our full list of on-demand videos, head on over to the archives.

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