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LiveWorx 2017

Using Industrial Protocols to Connect IoT with Industry at the Edge

Session Description

Conceptually, the Internet of Things (IoT) has been discussed at great lengths over the past few years. “Why IoT?” has been asked, use cases have been explored, and many implementations are underway. The shift from concept to implementation is now sparking new discussions. Industrial users and systems integrators are asking the “what” and “how” of IoT, wondering what technology is best and how integration will work between various applications. These discussions extend to the manners in which connected devices communicate, both in “the fog” at the edge and with higher-level systems and “the cloud”. This session explores the open standards and protocols connecting assets within the Industrial Internet of Things. It details the pros and cons of the request/response and publish/subscribe protocol models, and describes the importance of use cases in determining which methods or protocols best fits your needs.


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Additional Information
Industrial Internet of Things
Manufacturing
The various IoT communication protocols making their way into IIoT solutions.
The pros and cons of the request/response model and publish/subscribe method.
Your IoT use case will determine which method and protocol best suits your needs.
Breakout Session
45 minutes
Session Schedule