Panel Discussion - New Analytics Approaches for the Industrial Internet of Things @ 2015 ARC Industry Forum Orlando, FL.
The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) demands new ap-proaches to analytics. Traditional approaches to business intelligence and analytics typically introduce a large latency between events occurring and management gaining insight into those events. The large volumes of data and high veloci-ty of data generated by the Industrial Internet of Things will make that approach impractical. This session will:
• Outline the challenges posed by IIoT analytics
• Suggest potential new approaches and technologies
• Present case study examples from industrial corporations
Adam South, Kennametal
Hedi Ago, Orlando Utilities Commission
Scott Abramson, Duke Energy
William Sobel, System Insights
Stephen Slade, Oracle
David Petrucci, Genpact
David White, ARC
The emerging Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) will have a profound impact on industry. Using the internet as a com-mon communication platform will enable companies to con-nect more systems, machines, sensors, and control devices in support of more effective business strategies. Security demands a comprehensive IIoT cyber security strategy that spans all devices, systems, and cloud platforms. A Secure-by-Design IIoT is critical to overcoming the security roadblocks in IIoT adoption.
In this session, a panel of industry experts, end users, and leading manufacturers will discuss the requirements for a Secure-by-Design IIoT and what is needed to achieve that goal. The panel discussion will also be opened for attendees to share their concerns and ideas.
Peter Lunk, Wurldtech
Dale Peterson, Digital Bond
Albert Rooyakkers, Bedrock Automation
Lior Frenkel, Waterfall Security Solutions
Xavier Mesrobian, Skkynet
Sid Snitkin, ARC