Webinar: Navigating Data Interoperability Challenges in IoT


After having implemented our IoT strategy, we need to collect, manage and analyze data from our lighting devices or equipment sensors, however, we find new challenges, such as our need to ensure the interoperability of our new IoT system. Do you know the challenges related to data availability? How to manage them? This Wednesday, September 26th 2018 at 11:00 am PT / 2:00pm ET this is programmed the webinar: “Navigating Data Interoperability Challenges in IoT” presented by MICROLAND

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MICROLAND says: “With the number of ‘connected devices’ expected to reach 20.4 billion by 2020 (according to a Gartner study), IoT is rapidly changing the technology landscape. This advancement brings with it challenges in creating cutting-edge IoT solutions – data interoperability being key among them. Another survey by Nexus found that 77 percent of respondents stated that interoperability was their biggest challenge in IoT. Interoperability between hardware, software, and services will be key in helping industries transform how they operate and create new services and solutions. To streamline interoperability, Open Platform Communications Unified Architecture (OPC UA) has emerged as the leading open standard in the IoT industry community across multiple industries”

With this webinar, you’ll learn:

  • Challenges around data interoperability and availability that hinder digital transformation in industrial IoT
  • Benefits of Open Platform Communications Unified Architecture (OPC UA)
  • Solutions offered by Microland to mitigate interoperability challenges

Join to MICROLAND and register here

MICROLAND has partnered with PTC (Kepware), a global computer software and services company, to provide a comprehensive solution that addresses data interoperability and data availability.

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