As IoT becomes attractive to the industrial automation industry, many traditional systems face the challenges of bridging the gaps between Industrial IoT computing methods and its alignment to the ISA-95 automation layers. The key is the ability for data moving seamlessly beyond the plant, from converged Operation Technology (OT) and Information Technology (IT) domains to the enterprise and eventually the community.
The lecture will discuss the issues of transitioning from traditional automation system to the Industry 4.0 environment, the potential bridging infrastructure that could assist the smooth transformation and at the same time, maintain the authenticity and security of the systems. Several governance factors will be discussed to allow business owners to plan the transition model and a pathway to meet their specific operational needs. The attendees will learn the requirement to capitalize the Industry 4.0 movement.
Yong is the Regional Manager for OSIsoft in the Oceania region helping process, manufacturing, government, and agriculture industries to establish resilient data infrastructure that will underpin their digital transformation vision and journey. Yong graduated from University of California, Berkeley in 1983 with a BSc (Mechanical Engineering) specializing in Robotics and Automation. Over the past 38 years Yong has founded and developed businesses in control systems, operational intelligence, health & safety, customer relationship management and IT/OT consulting services.
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