Frost & Sullivan live webinar: Data –The Currency of the Future

08 October 2015

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Frost & Sullivan will be hosting a complimentary webinar entitled Data –The Currency of the Future on Wednesday 14 October 2015 at 4:00–5:00 pm BST.

The dawn of the Internet of Industrial Things (IoIT), fuelled by the adoption of wireless technologies and intelligent devices to improve asset connectivity, has further attributed to a proportional increase in the inflow of data. In addition to traditional data management systems, large volumes of structured and unstructured data require a scalable framework to store, integrate, and process big data. Furthermore, as end users look to derive actionable insights from their critical data, adoption of state-of-the-art analytical platforms is gaining precedence in the current market.

Senior Research Analyst Rahul Vijayaraghavan notes: “Post data capturing and sorting, end users are looking to extract value from their big data and optimise their core performance metrics. For example, the adoption of predictive and prescriptive analytics using machine learning techniques will allow customers to identify future asset and equipment breakdowns and further help streamline their maintenance related activities”.

Join Frost & Sullivan online webinar to demystify the big data ecosystem and identify key opportunities for big data in the manufacturing domain.

During this webinar we will:

  • Understand the challenges and opportunities arising from the influx of big data
  • Learn about the key building blocks of a holistic big-data system
  • Discover key applications for big data in the manufacturing domain
  • Identify future profitable streams for product providers

This briefing will interest all industrial suppliers, ICT companies, service providers, system integrators, and value-added resellers that have a stake in diverse manufacturing environments.

For further information email your full name, job title, company name, company telephone number, company email address and website, city, state and country, or register here for the webinar.

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