Spring Driven Industrial IoT Utilizing Edge, Fog, and Cloud Computing - Barry Wood, RPY Motion & Mark Weislow, Pivotal

December 14, 2017
During this presentation, you will see a demonstration, including live manufacturing equipment, for an end to end feedback workflow of Industrial Spring IOT: How Spring driven IoT can be utilized to manufacture complimentary parts from multiple industrial processes, such as CNC boring and CNC turning manufacturing operations; (matching Pistons and Cylinders in a Turbine engine as an example) Edge based real-time analytics and control will be demonstrated in a multi-tasking industrial Programmable Logic Controller (PLC); Data exchange between PLC and IoT Bridge utilizing Spring Integration TCP/UDP communications; Fog based analytics in the IoT Bridge utilizing GemFire Multi-Site data exchange and Spring Websocket based HMI; Final parts matching and Quality Assurance will occur in a PCF instance utilizing cloud caching and Spring micro-services where parts sequencing data will be returned to the IoT Bridge HMI for proper sequencing of the parts in container cells. Mark Weislow, Engagement Director, Pivotal Barry Wood, CTO - IoT Practice, RPY Motion Filmed at SpringOne Platform 2017
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