Accelerating Digitization in Chemical Manufacturing with MQTT

Time: 60 minutes

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    Webinar Overview

    IoT makes it possible to automate chemical manufacturing operations, provide traceability of data for quality control and enable digitized regulatory reporting. The first step towards successfully implementing IIoT in chemical manufacturing is establishing connections to manufacturing machines, processes, databases, and supply chains and making the data available to the enterprise data center in a secure, scalable and reliable manner.However, data connectivity and availability are a big challenge.

    Watch this webinar hosted by Chemical Engineering, where Ravi Subramanyan, Director of Industry Solutions, walks you through:

    • How MQTT protocol can help connect existing infrastructure, create a standard data layer, and push data to make it available to any cloud or enterprise system

    • Why is it essential to opt for an enterprise-grade MQTT broker for reliable, scalable, and secure data exchange between devices and the cloud

    • How implementing MQTT Sparkplug specification early on in the data architecture can provide additional benefits to chemical manufacturing companies by enabling mission-critical, real-time OT operations.

    Read our whitepaper Chemical Industry Digitization with MQTT to get more details on how MQTT and MQTT Sparkplug can help accelerate the digitization of Chemical Manufacturing.

    Ravi Subramanyan

    Ravi Subramanyan, Director of Industry Solutions, Manufacturing at HiveMQ, has extensive experience delivering high-quality products and services that have generated revenues and cost savings of over $10B for companies such as Motorola, GE, Bosch, and Weir. Ravi has successfully launched products, established branding, and created product advertisements and marketing campaigns for global and regional business teams.

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