This session is about how to make my manufacturing data travel from an OPC UA server to Azure Digital Twins, where we will see what the OPC Unified Architecture is, how to extract the data from it through Azure IoT Edge modules and how to connect and how represent that data in Azure Digital Twins and represent it with Digital Twins Definition Language (DTDL), through the use of the Azure IoT Hub and Azure Functions.
My name is Félix Mondelo and I have been developing integration solutions in various sectors for more than 15 years, especially in Banking, with Microsoft technologies, highlighting BizTalk as the main tool and in last years Azure Stack (Logic Apps, Service Bus, Azure Functions, ...). I currently work at Kabel as Industry 4.0 Manager defining and developing projects especially in IoT with various technologies, but mainly with the Azure ecosystem.
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