Rachel on 21 Mar 2017

IoT in Mining, Oil & Gas – Selecting the best IoT platform

DeepSensor Conference

6-7 April 2017

Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre

The DeepSensor conference is running concurrently with the inaugural Festival of the Web. With a specialised focus on the Internet of Things in Mining, Oil and Gas, the conference will bring together experts, producers and suppliers to share insights into the continuing deployment of IoT in these crucial industries.

Satalyst – invited speaker

Leveraging the power of platforms for IoT with Microsoft Azure

Satalyst CTO, Martin Abbott

Satalyst Chief Technology Officer, Martin Abbott

Martin Abbott

Martin is the Chief Technology Officer of Satalyst Pty Ltd, a niche and agile IT services company at forefront of the latest technologies and innovative thinking. Martin has been in the software development industry in the UK and Australia for over 20 years, with the past 15 years as an architect designing and developing software and integration solutions for a diverse range of organisations and industries including resources, financial services and government.

 

Martin’s knowledge extends across a broad range of technologies, with a particular focus on the Microsoft technology stack. His core interests are in integration products, the Internet of Things, microservices, SaaS and Cloud Computing.

Martin has a Master of Science in Numerical Analysis and Computing, has been awarded a Microsoft MVP in Azure, is a public speaker, a published author, and runs the Microsoft Cloud Computing User Group in Perth.

Microsoft Azuire IoT Platform

The Azure IoT platform is open and scalable with services that any company, whether startup or the most established global enterprises, can use to create new value, right now. Easily and securely establish bi-directional communication with billions of IoT devices via the Azure IoT Hub.

The Azure IoT Suite is an integrated offering that takes advantage of all the relevant Azure capabilities to connect devices and other assets (i.e. “things”), capture the diverse and voluminous data they generate, integrate and orchestrate the flow of that data, and manage, analyze and present it as usable information to the people who need it to make better decisions as well as intelligently automate operations.

There will be plenty of opportunity for questions, with Martin participating with partners and conference co-chair, Atamo, in a Q&A panel and at the SME Expo. Details and session times can be found on the DeepSensor website.

 

 

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