Originally presented on April 11, 2017
The third, free Webinar in Xilinx's Precise, Predictive, and Connected Industrial IoT series will provide insight into the role of All Programmable SoCs in the breath of applications across IIoT Edge and the connectivity between them. A brief summary of IIoT trends will be presented, followed by an overview of the Data Distribution Service (DDS) IIoT databus standard presented by RTI, the IIoT Connectivity Company, and how DDS and OPC-UA target different connectivity challenges in IIoT systems.
Webinar attendees will also learn:
Does this sound good to you? RSVP today to learn more about the OMG DDS Security Specification and what RTI’s Connext DDS Secure can do for you.
- The main benefits of data-centric communications using DDS including Reliability, Security, Real-Time Response, and Ease of Integration
- When and how to connect DDS systems to OPC UA systems for the most intelligent and innovative distributed Industrial IoT and Industry 4.0 systems
- How Xilinx’s All Programmable Industrial Control System (APICS) integrates DDS and OPC UA
Register Today to learn how Xilinx solutions allow you to Differentiate By Design in Industrial IoT.
Dan Isaacs, Director of Strategic Marketing for Industrial IoT at Xilinx.
In this role he is responsible for defining and executing the ecosystem strategy for the Industrial IoT and is the representative to the Industrial Internet Consortium. Dan has over 25 years of experience working in Military/Aeronautics, Automotive, and Consumer companies including Hughes, Ford, NEC and LSI Logic. During his career, Dan has held positions in software design as an FPGA design engineer, systems engineer and system verification, applications, other technical related management. He holds degrees in Computer Engineering from Cal State University-EE and a B.S. in Geophysics from ASU.
Brett Murphy, Director Business Development for IIoT, RTI
Brett is responsible for RTI's initiatives in the IIoT, in particular activities at the Industrial Internet Consortium and OpenFog Consortium. Brett is currently the co-chair of the OpenFog Software Infrastructure Working Group, co-chair of the IIC's Distributed Data Interoperability & Management Task Group, and recipient of the Testbed Award from the IIC. For over 20 years, Brett has worked on controls analysis, hardware-in-the-loop test systems, robotics, real-time software development, and systems engineering in the aerospace and embedded software industries. In the distant past, Brett received a BS and MS in Aerospace Engineering from Stanford University.