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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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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The Plague of Confusion in the Industrial IoT

The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is the most important technical revolution of our lifetime. But the IIoT is sick.

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Getting Real Results with the IIC Microgrid Testbed

The Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC) is getting real results from its testbed program. The Microgrid Testbed project, co-led by RTI, is demonstrating the ability to power a grid with 100% renewable energy sources whereas the current grid can’t go above 40%. It’s also showing integration with cloud-based management applications that help a utility manage multiple microgrids.

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Benchmarking Connext DDS vs. Open Source DDS

I am part of the RTI services team and we frequently help our users with optimizing performance. To see how we stack up, I recently benchmarked RTI Connext DDS against two open source DDS implementations. You would expect that comparing one DDS implementation with another is easy, but from the length of this blog you can probably guess that this was not the case. To help users navigate some of the common pitfalls when comparing DDS implementations, I decided to write them down in a blog. However, this topic is pretty broad so I’ve focused this blog on latency.

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