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How Connectivity Solves the Technical Challenges of the Industrial IoT

Start Date:2/27/2019

Start Time:2:00 PM EST

Duration:60 minutes


The Rise of the Robot Overlords: Clarifying the Industrial IoT - Part 7

Historians will look back at our time and wonder how we got by without smart things.  Medicine is expensive, slow and error-prone. We still burn things for power and, in turn, damage the planet. Large systems, from process plants to defense, are far too expensive to develop. And transportation is manual, slow and dangerous. What a waste! Who needs traffic and accidents and pollution? Things can be so much better. So why don’t we do something about it?

Someone, or rather, something, is: The robot overlords. The robot overlords aren’t evil or controlling. They are just the next step in technology that has improved our lives since the invention of fire. That next step is to connect smarts to things. The trick is to do it reliably enough, fast enough and cheaply enough to run our most critical industries and protect our most precious assets. That is the legacy of the Industrial IoT. We have never before had the power to improve our world as dramatically as we do today.

In the final session of this series, we’ll review the potential of smart machines to improve medicine, the power grid, manufacturing, process control and transportation. We’ll review the critical technologies, especially connectivity, that enable this future. RTI, as the largest IIoT connectivity company and the most influential small company in many consortia and standards, has a front-row seat. In this webinar, we’ll also give you our unique perspective on how you can best enter the new Age of the Robot Overlords.
This series is presented by Stan Schneider, CEO of Real-Time Innovations, Inc. (RTI).  With over 1300 designs, RTI is the largest of the IIoT connectivity framework vendors.  RTI software runs the largest power plants in North America, connects perception to control in vehicles, coordinates combat management on US Navy ships, drives a new generation of medical robotics, controls hyperloop and flying cars,
and provides 24x7 medical intelligence to hospital patients and emergency victims.

Stan also serves as Vice Chair of the Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC) Steering Committee.  The IIC is the largest of the Industrial IoT consortia, with over 250 members.

Stan serves on the advisory board for Industry’s largest event, the IoT Solutions World Congress. He received Embedded Computing Design’s Top Embedded Innovator Award in 2015 & was ranked #8 in IoTOne’s top-100 IIoT influencers in 2017.  Stan completed a PhD in EE/CS at Stanford with a thesis on autonomous systems at the Stanford Aerospace Robotics Laboratory.  

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Stan Schneider



Stan Schneider, CEO, Real-Time Innovations (RTI)
Stan is CEO of Real-Time Innovations (RTI), the largest Industrial IoT connectivity vendor. RTI has an extensive footprint in Energy, Medical, Automotive, Transportation, Defense, and Industrial Control. Stan serves as the Vice Chair of the Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC). He also serves on the advisory board for IoT Solutions World Congress. Stan holds a PhD in EE/CS from Stanford.

IoTOne named Stan a Top-25 IIoT Influencer in 2018.

Embedded Computing Design presented Stan the Top Embedded Innovator Award for 2015.

RTI is the winner of the 2018 CODiE award for Best IoT Solution, and Frost and Sullivan 2019 Product Leadership award.

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