Navigating Regulatory Approval for Healthcare IIoT

An Interview with Tracy Rausch, CEO, DocBox

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Announcing the DDS-XRCE Specification: A Protocol for Sensor Networks

XRCE stands for eXtremely Resource-Constrained Environments. The new DDS-XRCE protocol was just adopted by the Object Management Group (OMG) to deliver the benefits of the DDS databus to resource-constrained devices. It enables access to DDS data in deployments where it was not previously possible due to limited resources.

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Modern Energy Distribution: Changes are Closer than they Appear

We have all heard the terms SmartGrid, MicroGrid, Distributed Energy Resources (DERs), Green Energy and so on. Yet to the average North American energy consumer, it appears that the overall method of how we generate and deliver electric energy is "chugging along," business as usual, without much change in price, method or reliability. In many ways, energy distribution is like the passenger side mirror of our cars: Everyday we see that “Objects in the mirror are closer than they appear.” We know the changes in utilities are coming; we can somewhat see them, yet it’s a side-mirror kind of viewpoint that we can glance at and ignore. Until now.

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4 Places to Get the Best IIoT Content this Summer

Looking for great content to consume this summer? Interested in learning more or discovering something new about the Industrial IoT? Lucky for you, we have the content you've been searching for, all in one place! Here is the top Industrial IoT content that we've produced – and your peers have enjoyed – so far this year.

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RTI’s Customer Success Initiative

RTI Services – Culture and Growth

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Exploring the Role of Blockchain in Industrial IoT Systems (Part 2)

In case you missed my first blog on this topic, go read it now… I’ll wait. To remind the rest of you, I discussed how RTI's research group is approaching blockchain for a specific class of real-time operational systems use cases. These use cases stray from the typical applications we've seen in that we consider the data on the Connext Databus to be "ground truth". It doesn't need to be validated prior to adding it to the blockchain because we trust the data and we aren't transacting anything. Yet, a blockchain is still worth considering because we have multiple parties that do not trust each other.

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