E-cast: The Inside Story: How the IIC’s Connectivity Framework Guides IIoT Connectivity Selection

April 11, 2017 embedded e-cast

The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) landscape today is a confusing mix of proprietary connectivity technologies and standards. Some are general purpose, some are mostly appropriate for enterprise applications, and others are optimized for a narrow set of domain-specific use cases in vertically integrated systems. This confusion hinders the ability to share data that IIoT systems need. Architects need clarity on how to effectively share data between IIoT components and systems.

Presented by: RTI

<p><i>Speaker(s): Dr. Stan Schneider (CEO, RTI and IIC Steering Committee member); Dr. Rajive Joshi (Principal Solution Architect, RTI and Co-Chair of the IIC Connectivity Task Group)</p>

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