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Unified Namespace and Cloud-to-Edge: New Use Cases for Industrial DataOps
You're trying to leverage your industrial data to improve production, cut costs, and ultimately make better decisions, faster. But the quantity of your disparate data sources and systems continues to increase, as does the volume of industrial data coming from these sensors, devices, and applications. The result is a complex matrix of integrations that are overloading your infrastructure and slowing your deployment time.

To effectively manage the scale and scope of this data from initial setup to ongoing maintenance, it’s time to evaluate an Industrial DataOps solution like HighByte Intelligence Hub that can manage your data preparation and system integration. HighByte Intelligence Hub supports open standards and provides Operations Technology (OT) teams with the flexibility to merge, prepare, and deliver semantic, contextualized industrial information to and from IT systems without writing code. In its latest release, HighByte Intelligence Hub now supports complex, multi-value sets of data, a broadening range of integrated systems, flow consolidation, and increased security.

Join us for a 45-minute webinar in which we will introduce you to HighByte Intelligence Hub and provide a demonstration of new features and their use cases. We'll show you how to push SQL data to a Unified Namespace, process multiple rows of data from SQL queries, leverage MQTT inputs and OPC outputs to efficiently move data from Cloud to Edge, and work with OPC UA arrays and CSV files.

Key Takeaways:
- Understand the advantage of using an Industrial DataOps solution for data standardization and system integration
- Learn how to work with SQL inputs and outputs
- Learn how to move data from AWS IoT Core to an OPC server for Cloud-to-Edge use cases
- See how to leverage the new CSV file connector to deliver data from legacy industrial devices and systems to an MQTT broker and SQL database

Apr 14, 2021 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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