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Eliminating Data Silos with MQTT at the Edge

60 Minutes

Webinar Overview

Industrial companies face numerous challenges when it comes to eliminating data silos and enabling interoperability between OT devices and IT systems. Industrial IoT devices come from different manufacturers and may use various protocols and data formats. The diversity makes it difficult to unify data from IoT devices into one data stream.

Watch this webinar to learn how to seamlessly build an edge-to-cloud data pipeline for a data-driven factory. 

Kudzai Manditereza, Simon Johnson, and Owen Compton dive into the challenges manufacturers face with data silos at the edge, including:

  • Difficulty deriving value due to the lack of standardized, contextualized, and easily accessible data

  • Rising costs to unlock data and connect edge systems for smart manufacturing

  • Lack of consistency in the language and structure of data in legacy systems

Viewers will learn how to solve these challenges using MQTT and see a demo of how HiveMQ Edge solves protocol conversion and data transformation at the edge.

Watch now to learn how you can eliminate data silos and unify IIoT data to enable Unified Namespace, and feed key use cases.

Kudzai Manditereza

Kudzai is a tech influencer and electronic engineer based in Germany. As a Developer Advocate at HiveMQ, he helps developers and architects adopt MQTT and HiveMQ for their IIoT projects. Kudzai runs a popular YouTube channel focused on IIoT and Smart Manufacturing technologies and he has been recognized as one of the Top 100 global influencers talking about Industry 4.0 online.

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Owen Compton

Owen Compton is a Senior Product Manager focused on HiveMQ Edge, and has a passion for enabling interoperability of legacy technologies in the IoT space, digital transformation and automation. He is a technical product leader with nine years experience working in product roles and extensive experience in delivering complex software, electronics and digital products.

  • Contact Owen Compton via e-mail

Simon Johnson

Simon Johnson is a Principal Engineer at HiveMQ with over 18 years of experience at the cutting edge of the IoT, spearheading many successful enterprise projects. Simon is a co-chairman of the OASIS MQTT-SN technical committee, having built a low-power, low-cost, ubiquitous MQTT network over 2G, 3G, 4G, Cat-M1, and LoRaWAN.

  • Simon Johnson on LinkedIn

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