Real-Time Innovations (RTI), the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) connectivity company, has announced that CEO Stan Schneider will deliver two presentations at IoT Solutions World Congress 2017 in Barcelona (3-5 October, Fira de Barcelona). RTI will also have a booth in the Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC) Pavilion.
IoT Solutions World Congress will host more than 250 of the most innovative and influential Industry IoT thinkers to share knowledge, present visions and explain how the IIoT is affecting many industries, such as manufacturing, healthcare, energy and utilities, connected transportation, buildings and infrastructure, retail, agriculture, mining, hospitality and more.
At the event, Stan Schneider will co-present on the “Industrial Internet Connectivity Framework (IICF), a Guide to IIoT Connectivity” on October 4 at 5:10 p.m. along with Richard Soley, Executive Director of the IIC. Schneider will also present on the panel, “Machine Learning: Applying Neural Networks in IoT Use Cases” on October 5 at 11:10 a.m. with executives from the IIC, Dell, MIT Media Lab and more.
RTI has been committed to the IIC since its inception, sharing its goal to develop, test and promote the architecture for the next industrial revolution. Stan Schneider serves on the Steering Committee and chairs the testbed subcommittee. RTI executives also co-chair the IIC connectivity, data management, interoperability, ecosystem and security teams as well as lead test beds in smart grid, healthcare and edge intelligence. Additionally, RTI’s technical experts have co-authored the IIC industry guidance documents including the IICF and the Industrial Internet Security Framework (IISF).
RTI provides the connectivity platform for the IIoT, which is based on the Object Management Group (OMG) Data Distribution Service (DDS) standard. The RTI Connext databus, a software framework, shares information in real time, making applications work together as one, integrated system. It is uniquely suited to addressing many of the toughest challenges, e. g. vehicle subsystem integration and control, inter-vehicle interactions, tracking and control functions for traffic monitoring, reliable communications over unreliable channels, such as wireless and cellular, as well as connecting medical devices.