Because of this, customers are looking to use this technology in IIoT to gain access to data, connect distributed devices, and combine this new data and connectivity with Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence to unlock deeper insights. We have teamed up with Microsoft to explore this topic and bring you a one-hour webinar on the Microsoft IoT Edge and Machine Learning on IIoT Edge Gateways. Webinar Date:Tuesday, November 6, 2018 Webinar Time: 11:00 am (PST) In this webinar you will learn:
How to deploy edge analytics, device provisioning, and edge intelligence on industrial IoT edge Gateways through Azure IoT Edge.
How Azure combined with cellular or WiFi connectivity enables Publish/Subscribe connectivity to the cloud.
How Moxa protects your investment in existing infrastructure through industrial protocol support.
How to add Machine Learning to gain insights from your data.
Meet the presenters:
Robert Jackson - Global IIoT Partner Program Manager Robert has over 15 years of industrial and test and measurement experience. He started his career as a Product Manager where he helped launch firstgeneration Programmable Automation Controllers that re-defined the graphical software and COTs hardware approach for SCADA and control. Robert has also released new PCI-Express technologies for test and measurement applications and worked along-side partners to develop industry-leading case studies and application notes. Robert is currently the Global IIoT Partner Manager at Moxa where he is focused on developing an ecosystem of IIoT partners.
Chris Segura - Sr Program Manager for Microsoft Chris is a Sr. Program Manager on the Azure IoT Ecosystem team focused on helping partners deliver IoT solutions from Hardware to cloud ISV solutions. While at Microsoft, Chris has focused on developing ecosystem partners from silicon vendors, ODM/OEMs through ISVs in markets ranging from building/room automation to retail digital signs and enterprise handhelds. Before joining Microsoft, Chris held various marketing, partner development, and application engineering positions at Intel and in several startups around the country ranging from RFID/IoT space to optical communication and core network transport equipment.