Originally presented April 19, 2018
Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) applications are extremely complex and require sharing data across hybrid networks on the edge, in the fog, and to the cloud. Reliability in these systems is a challenging yet critical requirement. To meet the demands, the Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC) recommends that IIoT applications implement the new Layered Databus Architecture Pattern.
Key characteristics of the Layered Databus Architecture Pattern are: (a) devices and applications directly interface with the operational data; (b) its implementation interprets and selectively filters the data; and (c) its implementation imposes rules and manages Quality of Service (QoS) parameters, such as rate, reliability and security of data flow. Many real-world applications from connected healthcare to autonomous vehicles have started to apply the Layered Databus Architecture Pattern. It is a proven architecture pattern for distributed real-time and embedded systems and is the foundation of next-generation IIoT systems.
In this webinar, learn 5 specific ways to improve the inherent reliability of your next IIoT application using the layered databus architecture pattern. Specific use cases will be discussed covering applications in autonomous vehicles, connected healthcare, aerospace and more.
Dr. Edwin de Jong, Vice President of Sales, RTI
Dr. de Jong brings more than 20 years of experience in the software industry. He is one of the pioneers in the development of large-scale, real-time, publish-subscribe middleware that is now revolutionizing the Internet of Things. Edwin joined RTI in 2005 following RTI's acquisition of 4TEC, a company he co-founded in 2002 and led as CEO. Earlier in his career, Edwin was a software consultant specializing in real-time, publish-subscribe middleware for combat-management systems. Edwin holds a PhD in Mathematics and Physics from Leiden University, The Netherlands.