Tags: Connect
07/25/2017

Managing the complex array of assets connected to Industrial Internet of Things applications can be daunting. Balancing bandwidth constraints while maximizing throughput and performance can be even more of a task. In this webcast, our software engineers demonstrate how to use ThingWorx’s native industrial connectivity features to seamlessly connect, monitor and manage automation devices, so you can quickly integrate industrial operations data into your IoT solutions.

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Dave Larson

Dave Larson has been a Software Engineer for over 30 years, the last eight of which have been with PTC. Dave began his career with the company working on its Windchill product, migrating onto the ThingWorx platform shortly after its acquisition. He is the former Founding Partner of Clientek, a software consulting company.

Paul Cameron

A Principal Software Engineer at PTC, Paul Cameron came to the company through Kepware, and has spent his career focused on industrial connectivity, with experience in both HMI/SCADA and data acquisition. Most recently, Paul has focused on connecting manufacturing data from Kepware to IoT platforms like ThingWorx.

Watch this video to learn from our software engineers how to leverage the newly released industrial connectivity features. We will demonstrate how to:

  • Interface common industrial hardware and manufacturing software systems in ThingWorx
  • Model physical assets and data streaming from the Industrial Connectivity Server without having to build custom mashups
  • Troubleshoot device connectivity issues