Original air date August 3, 2021

Get started with an edge computing project

Take an IIoT project successfully from concept through deployment


Successful Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) or edge deployments call for careful consideration, from concept to deployment. In this webcast, our expert speakers will discuss best practices for IIoT concept development, prototyping, security, data analysis, and deployment.

During concept development, it’s important to have all stakeholders represented and a core of domain experts contributing to project definition.
Early rapid prototyping can quickly sort out what data is worth collecting and indicate how to rapidly build proof-of-concept systems.  The agile mindset is crucial during this phase, focusing on the highest value features and data.

IIoT system security needs to be built-in from the beginning, not added on.  Security is more than encryption and must be purposefully designed into the system.

Attend this webcast to be briefed on current issues in IIoT technologies and edge.

Learning objectives:

  • Explore best practices for IIoT concept design, involving all proper stakeholders and domain experts
  • Understand rapid prototyping techniques, using off-the-shelf hardware and software systems and the agile methodology
  • Know the security considerations for IIoT, threat modeling, and how to build security into an IIoT system from the beginning, through all phases of development.
  • Learn about data analysis, including what data to collect, how to collect it, and how to y analyze it.

Presented By:
Ed Kuzemchak, CTO, Software Design Solutions
Sam Fahnestock, Engineering Management and Lead Security Engineer, Software Design Solutions

Moderated By:
Kevin Parker, Content Manager, CFE Media and Technology

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