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Analyzing Data from the Internet of Things

What do a jet engine and a pacemaker have in common? Data. They’re generating lots of it, along with millions of other connected devices being used right now. The Internet of Things is a powerful, interactive ecosystem that is generating unprecedented amounts of data.

But there is a myth that you have to be an analyst or an expert to dive into this data. In fact, device analytics is for everyone. How can the everyman benefit from this data? How can we analyze this information to learn more about ourselves? How can it improve our world?

In this 45-minute webinar, we’ll cover tips, tricks, and best practices to visualize and understand device data and put it to meaningful use.
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