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RTI Presents "Fog Computing Is the Future of the Industrial IoT" Complimentary Webinar

RTI CEO to Share Strategies for Leveraging the Data Distribution Service (DDS) Standard to Drive the Evolution of Fog Computing

SUNNYVALE, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 08/22/16 -- Real-Time Innovations (RTI), the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) connectivity platform company, today announced it is hosting a complimentary webinar, "Fog Computing is the Future of the Industrial IoT."

In the last century, transportation, medical, power and industrial systems were built from individual devices, typically programmed one at a time. The Industrial IoT (IIoT) will change all that. The IIoT transforms isolated programmable devices into intelligent networks of connected machines. Examples abound, including autonomous cars, intelligent drones, smart grid power systems, automated air traffic control, connected medical devices and robotic oil drilling.

The cloud is a component in these systems, but it is hardly primary. The intelligent software that drives these systems must also reside in the field at the "edge." There is no time, bandwidth or reason to send the data from these devices to a data center. Instead, the compute must come to the devices. This design is called "fog computing."

Fog computing will bring autonomy, scale and intelligence to systems across the industrial landscape. Fog computing requires fast, flexible, pervasive data availability. The Data Distribution Service (DDS) standard was built for autonomy and information. Its "data science" approach is critical technology for fog computing. Thousands of real-world projects already use DDS in a wide variety of applications. DDS provides the scalability, speed, security and safety required by truly critical industrial systems.

Fog computing is already driving the evolution of the IIoT. These intelligent field systems will disrupt nearly every aspect of the industrial landscape. In this webinar, Stan Schneider, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) at RTI, will provide insight on how fog computing is driving the evolution of the IIoT and share best practices for taking advantage of the fog to compete in the Industrial IoT.

Event Details

What: "Fog Computing is the Future of the Industrial IoT" complimentary webinar
When: Wednesday, Aug. 24, 2016 at 11:00 a.m. PT/2:00 p.m. ET
Speaker: Stan Schneider, CEO, RTI

For more information, and to register for this free event, please visit: http://bit.ly/2aVb2A4

About RTI

RTI provides the connectivity platform for the Industrial Internet of Things.

Our RTI Connext® messaging software forms the core nervous system for smart, distributed applications. RTI Connext DDS allows devices to intelligently share information and work together as one integrated system. RTI was named "The Most Influential Industrial Internet of Things Company" in 2014 by Appinions and published in Forbes.

Our customers span the breadth of the Internet of Things, including medical, energy, mining, air traffic control, trading, automotive, unmanned systems, industrial SCADA, naval systems, air and missile defense, ground stations, and science.

RTI is committed to open standards, open community source and open architecture. RTI provides the leading implementation of the Object Management Group (OMG) Data Distribution Service (DDS) standard.

RTI is the world's largest embedded middleware provider, privately held and headquartered in Sunnyvale, California.

RTI, Real-Time Innovations, RTI Data Distribution Service, Connext and 1RTI are registered trademarks or trademarks of Real-Time Innovations, Inc. All other trademarks are property of their respective companies.

Media Contacts:
Cameron Smead
Karbo Communications for RTI
415-255-6506
[email protected]

Emily Carey
415-255-6514
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