IoT Central - Daten rasch online bringen! (mit node-red/sigfox/IO-Link/CloudRAIL)

 
German Intermediate Internet of Things

Daten aus Sensoren in Dashboards bringen ist heute oft eine verbreitete Anforderung! Sensoren aus der Industrie kommen mittels OPC-UA od. IO-Link Sensoren, mittels sigfox/LoraWAN per Funk ortsungebunden. Ich zeige live, wie man Sensoren vom Anstecken bis ins Dashboard konfiguriert (Azure IoT PnP) oder beliebige andere Messwerte mittels OpenSource Plattform Node-Red integriert (IoTC Bridge)! Für die Developer unter Euch: node-red ist eine node.js Plattform, die in der Industrie sehr beliebt und verbreitet ist ;) Also JavaScript ist Dein Freund...

Speaker

Stefan Denninger

Senior Consultant IoT, Microsoft Azure MVP

Stefan started his IT career 25 years ago. The study of information systems parallel to the job has hand in hand fertilized the professional life. The many stations from helpdesk, router configuration to business also had projects with MS Biztalk Server and many years with identity management. The operational management of data centers and countless customer projects has recently resulted in the creation of a powerful cloud group with a focus on Microsoft Azure and Office 365. The focus is currently on digitization in Industry 4.0 with IIoT. The projects are now completely different, since production and IT had nothing to do with each other for a long time. The projects are very local and also hybrid. Therefore, the Azure Stack family and Azure as a hybrid solution are an important part. If there is time I write information on https://blog.denninger.at, or send tweets at @stefandenninger In April 2018 till 2020, he was appointed Microsoft Regional Director. In August 2019 he was awarded the title Microsoft MVP!

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