Steve Jennis on the latest OpenSystems Media “5 Minutes with…” interview

Open Systems Media EVP, Richard Nass features PrismTech Corporate Development SVP Steve Jennis on their latest segment of “Five Minutes with…” interviews.

Steve talks about getting the right data at the right place and time for maximum value, how to handle the mass amounts of data that the IoT can bring in and how the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) differs (and is similar) to the more well known consumer IoT.

“We help people to extract business value for the Internet of Things because its really the data that is the heart of the value add.. and getting the right data at the right time, at the right place so that applications or analytics – or end systems can perform their application magic on the data to generate new insights or optimization opportunities… or productivity opportunities,  create new services – it all depends on getting the right data to the right place at the right time” Steve Jennis said.

A Comparative Study of Data Sharing Standards for the Internet of Things

Although Industrial and Consumer IoT applications typically require different levels of performance, security, fault tolerance, and safety, they are both data-centric and share the same underlying architectural pattern — the Collect | Store | Analyze | Share pipeline. As a result, data sharing is a crucial architectural element that can make the difference between the success and failure of an IoT application. The challenge for industry is that there is currently a proliferation of data-sharing and messaging protocols, no set standard, and – until now – no qualitative and quantitative analysis to provide insight and direction.

Read PrismTech CTO Angelo Corsaro’s latest article in the Cutter IT Journal which aims to help IoT practitioners understand the set of data-sharing requirements they must consider and guide them in the selection of viable technologies to satisfy those requirements by registering for FREE at Cutter Consortium