Industrial IoT with Jayson Delancey

Sensors are being attached to trains, lightposts, and all kinds of factory equipment. Industrial machinery gives off high volumes of data that can be captured, stored, and processed with machine learning in order to improve workflows and ensure safety.

Jayson Delancey works at GE, which is building tools and systems to manage large IoT deployments. The full stack for enterprise IoT involves tools for managing thousands of sensors; databases for storing all the data that is coming off of these devices; authentication and authorization systems for enforcing security. There is a lot to do.

In this episode, Jayson surveys some of the technology GE is building with Predix, its industrial IoT platform. He also talked about some of the large scale IoT deployments he has seen.

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