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Monday, April 4 • 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Bridging Open IoT with Legacy Systems - Matt Newton, Opto 22

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Bridging open IoT with legacy systems

Businesses have large amounts of capital invested in legacy systems and devices to service today's markets in automation, manufacturing, transportation, energy, and many others. But these legacy devices--whether sensors, I/O, protocol gateways, or aging databases--are often in closed proprietary systems that silo what could be useful business intelligence. New methods must be developed to access, analyze, and convert this data into actionable information.

With the coming Internet of Things, engineers must consider how their new designs can modernize old systems to exploit the data locked inside. Business leaders must understand how and where legacy capital investments can be leveraged to maximize returns on both past and future capital investments.

In this technical workshop Opto 22 will show you how the IoT can

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Matt Newton

Director of Technical Marketing, Opto 22
I work for Opto 22. We were the first manufacturer to add Ethernet to a programmable automation controller. I've been in the industry of connecting things to the internet for over 15 years. I started off in a technical role as a field applications engineer, then sales engineer and now Director of Technical Marketing. I like discussing how things come together to communicate through IoT technologies and am passionate about bridging OT and IT... Read More →

Monday April 4, 2016 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Harbor Ballroom C

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