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    • Connectivity: The Key to IIoT Data Communications
      Connectivity: The Key to IIoT Data Communications Dr. Rajive Joshi, Principal Solution Architect, Real-time Innovations Inc. Upcoming: Apr 5 2017 5:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    • Connectivity: The Key to IoT Data Communications
      Unlocking Interoperability via the Industrial Internet Connectivity Framework

      From a practical viewpoint, IIoT components and subsystems are built at different times, by different teams, and in different places. In order to interoperate, they need to be able to communicate meaningfully. In order to communicate, the underlying connectivity infrastructure must facilitate the exchange of information between the participants.

      The Industrial Internet Connectivity Framework (IICF) is a comprehensive resource for understanding Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) connectivity considerations. Developed by international connectivity experts, the IICF defines the minimum expectations required to build next generation IIoT systems with syntactic interoperability between components and subsystems.

      John this webinar to learn:
      -What is the importance of an Industrial internet connectivity framework and how it can be used by systems developers to select the best-fit technology for new and existing applications.

      -Why enhanced connectivity accelerates the development of new IIoT applications across industries.

      -How the IICF provides an architecture to enable data sharing and interoperability between previously closed components and subsystems.

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    • What is the Best Connectivity Solution for Your IIoT Systems?
      What is the Best Connectivity Solution for Your IIoT Systems? Andrew Watson, OMG; Angelo Corsaro, PrismTech; Gerardo Pardo-Castellote, RTI; Nina Tucker, Twin Oaks Computing Recorded: Feb 22 2017 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    • Today's computing infrastructure is changing dramatically to support new requirements in design and structure. This is no more evident than in the Internet of Things, where new types of machines driven by vast, complex industrial, distributed systems, can’t operate without connectivity. These new machines will transform our infrastructure into smart freeways, distributed power generation and autonomous driving cars, etc., revolutionizing the workplace and our lives for years to come.

      These new IoT systems need data-centric technology that directly addresses real-time systems to explicitly manage the communications “data model.” No matter what application – from financial trading platforms, to medical devices, to smart electrical grids, to exploration and production and to transportation – industries need solutions to find right data then communicates it to its intended destination in a reliable, flexible, fast, and secure manner.

      To learn more about the proven standard for data-connectivity in mission- and business-critical systems join OMG's webinar featuring experts from the leading DDS middleware vendors; PrismTech, RTI and Twin Oaks Computing

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    • Machine Learning and Time Sensitive Networking in the Smart Factory
      Machine Learning and Time Sensitive Networking in the Smart Factory Paul Didier, Internet of Things Solutions Architect at Cisco; Dan Isaacs, Director Connected Systems at Xilinx Upcoming: Mar 30 2017 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    • Machine Learning and Time Sensitive Networking in the Smart Factory: How the IIoT makes critical data available when & where it is needed.

      In today’s digital age, the rapid emergence of IoT is changing operations throughout the manufacturing domain. Machines and systems have become more intelligent and more connected, and the proliferation of sensors generates a non-stop flow of data. This wealth of actionable information provides the key to unlocking higher efficiency and increased reliability of machines and systems. The opportunity lies in harvesting the data.

      Join IIoT experts from the Industrial Internet Consortium to discover exciting developments in the field of machine learning -- products and systems taking action on their own -- and how this self-optimization will play a pivotal role in enhancing the intelligence of the factory. We will also showcase the Time Sensitive Networking (TSN) testbed and the technology used to support real-time control and synchronization of high performance machines over a single, standard Ethernet network.

      What you will learn:
      -How IIoT connectivity has enabled data from the operational domain (OT), to become more accessible to the information technology (IT) domain.

      -How Machine Learning will lead to real-time, self-optimization of Industrial Systems and help reduce downtime via predictive and preventative maintenance.

      -How TSN capabilities are extending standard Ethernet (IEEE 802.1 & 802.3) to enable more devices, applications, and deterministic potential to manufacturing networks.

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    • DDS Technical Overview Part II - Applying DDS QoS to Solve Real World Problems
      DDS Technical Overview Part II - Applying DDS QoS to Solve Real World Problems Andrew Watson, OMG; Nina Tucker, Twin Oaks Computing; Gerardo Pardo-Castellote, RTI; Angelo Corsaro, PrismTech Upcoming: Sep 14 2017 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    • Introduced in 2004, the Data Distribution Service has developed into a mature and proven connectivity standard within the IIoT. Today, DDS is at the heart of a large number of mission- and business-critical systems such as Air Traffic Control and Management, Train Control Systems, Energy Production Systems, Medical Devices, Autonomous Vehicles, and Smart Cities. Considering the technological trends towards data-centricity and the rate of adoption, tomorrow DDS will be at the heart of an incredible number of Industrial IoT (IIoT) systems.

      To help you become an expert in DDS and expand your skills in the growing DDS market, Object Management Group offers this DDS technical overview webinar series covering three key areas: (1) the essence of DDS and data-centric systems, (2) how to effectively exploit DDS Quality of Service to build applications that perform and scale, and (3) securing your distributed DDS system.

      This webinar, Part II of the OMG DDS Webinar series, will cover in detail the mechanisms available in DDS to meet challenging real-world application requirements; from discovery to state management, information consistency, data durability, reliability and scalable information distribution. With over 20 different quality-of-service (Qos) policies DDS provides ready-made configurable patterns that can be used to meet most of these use-cases. Learn to leverage DDS Qos and patterns to simplify your application code and increase the robustness of your system. Presented by Gerardo Pardo-Castellote, Ph.D., CTO of RTI and Co-Chair of OMG's DDS Special Interest Group.

      Part I: Introduction to DDS and Key Abstractions presented by Angelo Corsaro, Ph.D., of ADLink Technology and co-chair of OMG's DDS Special Interest Group, is available here https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/12231/252365

      Part III: Using DDS to Secure Data Communications presented by Nina Tucker, Vice President of Twin Oaks Computing here: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/12231/252391

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    • The Internet of Things:  The Brutal Truth
      The Internet of Things: The Brutal Truth Harry Zimmer, Senior Director, Global Competitive and Market Intelligence, Hitachi Data Systems Upcoming: Apr 12 2017 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    • How do we make sense of the internet of things (IoT) and the industrial internet of things (IIoT)? What do these concepts mean to my business? Forecasts show the number of things that will be connected to the internet by 2020 range from 26 billion up to 50 billion. From the simplest of technologies, such as light bulbs or switches, to complex systems like smart vehicles and drones, the IoT and IIoT are expanding and doing so at increasing rates. So, how do companies prepare for this shift? Hitachi Data Systems’ Harry Zimmer will help to answer those questions and more.

      Join us for a live webcast on April 12, 2017, as industry expert Harry Zimmer provides his insight into the internet of things and what this could mean for you.

      Don’t miss the opportunity to get answers to these questions:
      •What is the internet of things (IoT)?
      •How will IoT impact my company?
      •Consumer and business use cases, are they both winners?
      •Is there IoT architecture?

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    • DDS Technical Overview Part III - Using DDS to Secure Data Communications
      DDS Technical Overview Part III - Using DDS to Secure Data Communications Andrew Watson, OMG; Nina Tucker, Twin Oaks Computing; Gerardo Pardo-Castellote, RTI; Angelo Corsaro, PrismTech Upcoming: Nov 16 2017 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    • Introduced in 2004, the Data Distribution Service has developed into a mature and proven connectivity standard within the IIoT. Today, DDS is at the heart of a large number of mission- and business-critical systems such as, Air Traffic Control and Management, Train Control Systems, Energy Production Systems, Medical Devices, Autonomous Vehicles, and Smart Cities. Considering the technological trends towards data-centricity and the rate of adoption, tomorrow DDS will be at the heart of an incredible number of Industrial IoT (IIoT) systems.

      To help you become an expert in DDS and expand your skills in the growing DDS market, Object Management Group offers this DDS technical oveview webinar series covering three key areas: (1) the essence of DDS and data-centric systems, (2) how to effectively exploit DDS Quality of Service to build applications that perform and scale, and (3) securing your distributed DDS system.

      This webinar, Part III of the OMG DDS Webinar series, will take an in-depth look at the latest advances in the DDS standards to meet the demanding cyber-security requirements of today’s industrial connected systems. From authentication and access control to integrity and encryption, learn how to leverage DDS Security features to secure your connected system against cyber attacks, while maintaining a flexible, scalable architecture. Presented by Nina Tucker, Vice President of Twin Oaks Computing.

      Part I of the OMG DDS Webinar Series: Introduction to DDS and Key Abstractions presented by Angelo Corsaro, Ph.D., of ADLink Technologies and co-chair of OMG's DDS Special Interest Group, is available here: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/12231/252365

      Part II of the OMG DDS Webinar series: Applying DDS QoS to Solve Real-World Problems, presented by Gerardo Pardo-Castellote, Ph.D., CTO of RTI and Co-Chair of OMG's DDS Special Interest Group, is available here: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/12231/252387

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    • Building Blocks for Securing the Industrial Internet: IISF
      Building Blocks for Securing the Industrial Internet: IISF Dr. Jesus Molina, Security Consultant, Fujitsu; Dan Isaacs, Director Connected Systems at Xilinx Recorded: Jan 26 2017 4:00 pm UTC 54 mins
    • Without proper security, Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) systems are not trustworthy, putting organizations, their missions and the greater public at increased risk. The viability of the IIoT depends on proper implementation of security to counter the growing and ever changing threats that are emerging.

      Addressing this challenge is critical to the success of the Industrial IoT, Industrie 4.0 and the Industrial Internet revolution. To that end, Industrial Internet Consortium members have developed a common security framework and an approach to assess cybersecurity in Industrial Internet of Things systems: The Industrial Internet Security Framework (IISF).

      On January 26, 2017, editors of the IISF and security experts from the Industrial Internet Consortium will provide an introduction to the approach needed to secure industrial systems and offer insights gained from one of our testbeds encompassing several security technologies.

      Join the webinar to learn:
      • The importance of securing the IIoT and why it differs from securing the IoT
      • The value of securing industrial Internet systems
      • Recommendations for engaging OT about developing an IIoT strategy

      Don’t miss this webinar – first in a series of monthly webinars offered by the Industrial Internet Consortium.

      *Upcoming Webinars*
      February: Securing IIoT Endpoints
      March: Securing the Smart Factory

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    • DDS Technical Overview Part I - Introduction to DDS and Key Abstractions
      DDS Technical Overview Part I - Introduction to DDS and Key Abstractions Andrew Watson, OMG; Nina Tucker, Twin Oaks Computing; Gerardo Pardo-Castellote, RTI; Angelo Corsaro, PrismTech Upcoming: May 18 2017 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    • Introduced in 2004, the Data Distribution Service has developed into a mature and proven connectivity standard within the IIoT. Today, DDS is at the heart of a large number of mission- and business-critical systems such as, Air Traffic Control and Management, Train Control Systems, Energy Production Systems, Medical Devices, Autonomous Vehicles, and Smart Cities. Considering the technological trends towards data-centricity and the rate of adoption, tomorrow, DDS will be at the heart of an incredible number of Industrial IoT (IIoT) systems.

      To help you become an expert in DDS and expand your skills in the growing DDS market, Object Management Group is offering this DDS Technical Overview webinar series covering three key areas: (1) the essence of DDS and data-centric systems, (2) how to effectively exploit DDS Quality of Service to build applications that perform and scale, and (3) securing your distributed DDS system.

      Part I of the OMG DDS Webinar Series will get you started with DDS. We will (1) cover in great details DDS’ key abstractions, (2) introduce the essence of DDS-based data-centric and modular architectures, and (3) clearly position DDS with respect to messaging technologies. After attending this webcast you will know the fundamentals required to start using DDS in your next project. Presented by Angelo Corsaro, Ph.D., CTO at ADLINK Technology and Co-Chair of the OMG's DDS Special Interest Group.

      Part II: DDS QoS to Solve Real World Problems presented by Gerardo Pardo-Castellote, CTO of RTI and Co-Chair of OMG's DDS Special Interest Group is available here: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/12231/252387

      Part III: Using DDS to Secure Data Communications presented by Nina Tucker, Vice President, Twin Oaks Computing is available here: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/12231/252391

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    • The Industrial Internet of Things: Rise of the Machines
      The Industrial Internet of Things: Rise of the Machines IoT expert, Bill Roberts and IIA Research Director, Dan Magestro Recorded: Sep 22 2016 4:00 pm UTC 61 mins
    • Presented by IoT expert, Bill Roberts, this webinar explores how the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is having a dramatic impact on how manufacturers and service providers operate. From the factory floor to a distributed energy generation facility to anywhere a critical piece of equipment operates, machine data holds enormous potential to drive high levels of operational efficiency and unlock new service innovations.  This blending of operational technologies (OT) with Information Technology (IT) has created challenges with the data, the analytics lifecycle and a deep thinking into the roles of personnel.  A robust IoT analytics lifecycle can play a critical role in helping organizations separate the relevant signals from the noise in IIoT data, gain real time critical insights, and drive appropriate, timely action to realize the promised value of IIoT.  This session will explore these topics and offer insights on pursuing a successful industrial IoT strategy that leverages a robust analytics lifecycle.

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    • Evolving the Industrial IoT Into Strategic Advantage
      Evolving the Industrial IoT Into Strategic Advantage Bill Roberts, Director, Global IoT Practice, SAS; Ted Connell, Director, Solution Architect Group, Intel Recorded: Feb 15 2017 7:00 pm UTC 56 mins
    • Heavy industry was first to arrive at the IoT party, quickly recognizing the potential to augment existing processes and establish new protocols. As a result, organizations that embraced the industrial internet of things (IIoT) have been at the forefront of fine-tuning applications and establishing best practices. And while many of those practices have turned out to be impactful, it’s becoming increasingly apparent that the opportunity is much bigger with predictive analytics.

      We’ve entered a perfect storm where the falling costs of capturing, processing and analyzing data coincide with the explosion of data streams generated by millions of pieces of connected equipment, devices and systems. And the same technology that created the perfect storm has empowered customers with near-instant data and instantaneous engagement with each other and also with your organization. So the opportunities extend beyond tactical process improvements and have become both strategic and enterprise-wide.

      Recognizing and capitalizing on the opportunities requires an evolution of skills and mindset, made possible with key technology relationships. The Industrial IoT collaboration between SAS and Intel enables organizations to capture, process and analyze data. The end result is the ability to evolve their strategic advantage and realize the full value of their IIoT data.

      Tune in to this webinar to gain insights and best practices for evolving the industrial IoT into strategic advantage for your organization.

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    • Protecting the ICS through Segmentation
      Protecting the ICS through Segmentation Lionel Jacobs - Sr. Architect, Industrial Controls Systems - Palo Alto Networks Recorded: Oct 19 2016 6:00 pm UTC 50 mins
    • Segmentation is a crucial element to modern network design and accepted widely as a recommended best practice. It is believed that many of the current successful cyber-attacks against ICS/SCADA infrastructures could have been prevented or contained if proper segmentation had been in place.

      Unfortunately, many existing ICS/SCADA systems predate modern best practices. Owner-operators are challenged to face cybersecurity risks with outdated defense mechanisms. Implemented during an era where air gaps existed, the use of commercially available off-the-shelf products (COTS) have connected the serial based on brownfield systems into the industrial Internet of things (IIoT). In doing so exposing the ICS/SCADA to the same threats and perils as its enterprise counterpart. Come join us as we discuss ways and techniques that Palo Alto Networks NGFW can be used to achieve ideal network segmentation.

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    • Introduction to Unified Architecture Framework® (UAF®)
      Introduction to Unified Architecture Framework® (UAF®) Edita Mileviciene, Cameo Enterprise Architecture Product Manager, No Magic, Inc. Recorded: Dec 14 2016 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    • Unified Architecture Framework® (UAF®) is the newest standard presented by domain experts in Object Management Group® (OMG®). UAF is a new version of the UPDM2 standard, and it addresses the needs of military frameworks (such as DoDAF and MODAF) as well as industry.

      The Unified Architecture Framework offers a structured approach for managing the complexity of systems of systems engineering within the organization in different levels of abstraction. It also provides an infrastructure to ensure complete and correct specification of systems integration using various techniques such as engineering analysis, traceability, and metrics.

      The webinar will demonstrate the complete workflow of systems of systems engineering using the UAF Framework. The workflow includes the activities of defining capability requirements, specifying operational scenarios, providing solutions for operational scenarios, and managing project portfolios required to implement the selected solution.

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    • Introduction to Uncertainty Modeling
      Introduction to Uncertainty Modeling Tao Yue, Shaukat Ali, and Bran Selic - Simula Research Laboratory Recorded: Jan 25 2017 4:00 pm UTC 61 mins
    • The importance of facing, understanding, predicting and even mitigating uncertainty has been well acknowledged and studied in various fields such as philosophy, physics and finance. In terms of software and system engineering, due to the increasing complex of large-scale systems themselves, and the dynamic and unpredictable deployment and operation environments of such systems, increasing attentions have been given to address challenges of explicitly specifying and modeling uncertainty.
      Uncertainty Modeling (UM) aims to promote and enable explicit specifications of uncertainty and uncertainty related concepts, at various contexts (e.g., developing large-scale Cyber-Physical Systems and Internet of Things, for different purposes (e.g., enabling uncertainty-wise requirements specifications, modeling, verification and validation, e.g., facilitating the definition of uncertainty-wise testing strategies), and at different phases of the development of such complex and uncertainty-inherent systems (e.g., requirements, architecture, design, testing and operation).
      In the context of OMG, we see a diverse set of uncertainty modeling applications, such as 1) integrating with UML use cases, SysML Requirements Diagram, to enable requirements V&V, 2) capturing uncertainty as part of SysML or UML models to facilitate design and/or testing, 3) integrating with BPMN and other OMG standards to facilitate different kinds of analyses and generations.
      OMG’s Uncertainty Modeling Request for Information (RFI) is currently open for responses. The RFI aims to solicit ideas, discussions, comments, recommendations, user needs and experiences about uncertainty modeling. Collected responses will be carefully analyzed and will be used to identify requirements, based on an RFP for an UM will be developed. Instructions for responding to this RFI are specified in the OMG Uncertainty Modeling Request for Information document (ad/16-09-02 (Uncertainty RFI)).
      We invite you to join the conversation.

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    • Systems Engineering and the Internet of Things
      Systems Engineering and the Internet of Things Matthew Hause,GTM Technical Specialist, Engineering Fellow, PTC and Graham Bleakley Solution Architect, IBM's IoT Watson Grp Recorded: Nov 8 2016 4:00 pm UTC 61 mins
    • The Internet of Things (IoT) is a complex system of systems (SoS). IoT systems include the electric smart grid, smart manufacturing, autonomous vehicles, smart consumer devices, etc. Technology advancements will continue to evolve to facilitate connection to larger and larger IoT networks and more complex devices. This will be the catalyst that will drive entire infrastructure changes to federal, state, city, and local governments, product development companies, utility and service providers, and even to consumers and their homes. The infrastructure and management will need to be established prior to, or in conjunction with, the smart systems that support them. The future of IoT success is dependent on the application of solid Systems Engineering and Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) principles. MBSE enables engineers to manage the definition of interfaces, allocation of behaviors, evolution of technology, and system security: concepts essential to the successful development of IoT applications. Absent of any industry standards, IoT systems would explode in chaos rather than evolve in a controlled manner.
      The Unified Architecture Framework (UAF) provides a means to develop and understand complex system of systems architectures and how they evolve. The Systems Modeling Language (SysML) supports systems engineers to define systems requirements, structure, and behavior throughout the system lifecycle. UAF and SysML combined provide a means of defining complex systems of systems as well as detailed devices and how they work together. IoT success will only be realized through application of up to date, standardized systems engineering languages, processes, and tools.

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    • Cyber Security Work at OMG - Task Force Levels
      Cyber Security Work at OMG - Task Force Levels Ron Townsen, Sr. Lead Engineer, General Dynamics, OMG C4I and Andrew Watson, Vice President and Technical Director, OMG Recorded: Oct 18 2016 3:00 pm UTC 46 mins
    • Cyber threats facing a nation's critical infrastructure, mission-critical systems, or any Internet of Things (IoT) system, demand a cyber infrastructure that matches their combined enormity and complexity. Risk management solutions must be capable of understanding intricate attack patterns and assessing complex vulnerabilities to give stakeholders confidence in their system's ability to withstand malicious attacks.

      Currently -- understanding, assessing and managing the risks of complex cyber and/or cyber-physical systems is a very costly and challenging task that requires the expertise of well-trained and seasoned security professionals, a scarce commodity. The traditional approach to risk assessment relies primarily on informal inputs such as documentation and personnel interviews, making this approach subjective, non-comprehensive, non-repeatable, and prone to inaccuracies about the true nature of risks and vulnerabilities involved.

      OMG's C4I Task Force Request For Information (RFI) is currently open for response “Cyber Security Protection for Front Line Real-Time Systems RFI” seeking input on a) How to develop Standards to move Tool/Integration community forward to reduce costs and focus on higher quality system development b) What area of standards can be addressed to reduce cost in developing Cyber Security solutions and designs for systems and c) What can be done to integrate current standards that will allow standards based tools to better support design, development and life-cycle support to reduce costs and control costs.

      We welcome you to join the conversation.

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    • Analysis of Data Residency Issues
      Analysis of Data Residency Issues Andrew Watson, Vice President and Technical Director, Object Management Group; Claude Baudoin, Owner, cébé IT Recorded: Jul 7 2016 3:00 pm UTC 63 mins
    • The Object Management Group (OMG) recently led an effort to collect input from a varied cross-section of organizations regarding the challenges and potential solutions to data residency – which we defined as the issues that result from the storage and movement of data across geographies and jurisdictions. In this webinar, we will present our early findings from this study (which will be published as an OMG discussion paper in Q4 2016). These findings cover the types of data that are impacted, the regulations that may result in unintended access to the data, the resulting risks, the way data residency is governed inside organizations, and the technical solutions that can be applied in the future (assuming that suitable standards are developed). We will conclude by indicating to the participants how they can get involved in aiding and steering the pursuit of the OMG’s mission in this domain.

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