[ WEBINAR ] IIoT, Data Management and Driving Efficiencies

Hosted by: WindsorEssex Economic Development Corp.

Wednesday, July 15, 2020

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Date: Wednesday, July 15, 2020
Tim: 10 - 11 AM

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This webinar is part of the Emerging Technologies Speaker Series and is brought to you by the WindsorEssex Economic Development Corporation - Business Retention and Expansion team in partnership with Voltaric.

* Please note attendance to this webinar is limited to 100 registrants.

IIoT, Data Management and Driving Efficiencies

The future of technology is data: its collection, quality control and analysis for predicting and planning for future needs.

Industry 4.0 encompasses IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things) and smart manufacturing and combines physical production and operations with smart digital technology, machine learning, and big data. This webinar will explore how data driven technology fits into the factories of the future and how generated data can be used to optimize efficiencies.

Exploring Data:

  • How is it collected?
  • How is it stored?
  • What to do with it?
  • How to make sense of it?
  • Finally - learn how to apply all these principles into a solution that informs and optimizes factory operations to improve performance and throughput sectors.

About Voltaric

A rapidly growing number of utilities and industries are deploying sensors to collect this information to monitor and track their consumption to empower better decisions. Processing these volumes of data to create truly valuable and usable results to elevate and enrich decision making, requires specialized analytical algorithms. Businesses that fail to adopt these technologies risk competitive disadvantage by ignoring the intelligence that their own data holds.

Voltaric will deliver a valuable progressive tool to your business productivity and bottom-line improvements. The Voltaric team has over 60+ years of combined experience in software architecture, development, systems management and business development across the utilities, industrial, financial and automation sectors.