Monitoring PLC and SCADA Systems Using MQTT and InfluxDB
Date: Tuesday, November 9th at 11am PDT / 2pm EDT
azeti are the creators of an industrial IoT platform that enables customers from process and manufacturing industries to leverage their unused shop floor data in order to lower process complexity, maintenance and operations cost.
By collecting thousands of data points directly from sensors, machine controls (PLC) or control systems (DCS / SCADA), azeti has been able to save customers hundreds of thousands of dollars annually. Discover how azeti uses InfluxDB to enable IIoT use cases like condition monitoring and predictive maintenance for their clients.
In this webinar, Florian Hoenigschmid and Sebastian Koch will dive into:
- azeti’s approach to enable IIoT use cases
- Their methodology to improve machine health and utilization
- Why they use a time series database to store vibration, temperature and other sensor data
About the presenters:
Florian Hoenigschmid, VP Strategy & Sales, azeti
Florian Hoenigschmid is a VP of Strategy & Sales at azeti. Since 2013, Florian has been helping industrial clients from the telecommunications, manufacturing and process industry to build and implement their digital transformation strategies. He worked with large enterprises in North America and their European counterparts and successfully drove the co-creation of large-scale IIoT solutions to digitalize maintenance and production processes. Over the last 8 years, Florian held different positions in product management, strategic alliances, business development and sales.
Sebastian Koch , Managing Director, azeti
As Managing Director, Sebastian is, among other things, responsible for products and engineering and is particularly keen on modern operations, automation and engineering culture. In 2020, he successfully led the acquisition of azeti by Aurubis AG. He joined azeti in 2010 and held different roles ranging from Customer Consulting, Engineering to Management. His free time is well occupied by his three kids (boy and a pair of twin girls) and trying to finish DIY (outdoor kitchen) projects at home.