Exosite Returns to Sensors Midwest
by Exosite, on September 15, 2016
Several years ago, Exosite made our first appearance at Sensors Expo & Conference. Since then, as a consumer and industrial IoT platform provider, Exosite has grown exponentially, created ground-breaking connected solutions for a diverse clientele, and continued to support this sensor industry leading event on the west coast.
This year, Exosite brings it back to where it all begin, at Sensors Midwest September 27th-28th in Rosemont, Illinois. Join us in the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center at booth 601, where we’ll be demonstrating our ground-breaking Murano platform. You can also attend one of the informative and thought-provoking sessions or participate in the Exosite sponsored Industrial IoT University.
Want to see what’s new in the IoT industry? Do you have questions about your own IoT application? Swing by the Exosite booth, 601, in the Industrial IoT Pavilion of the expo hall to speak with an IoT expert and see live connected product demos, including:
- Exosite Murano Platform
- Parker Hannifin
- ExositeReady™ Gateway Engine
- Synapse Wireless
As a leading industrial IoT platform provider, Exosite honored to be a sponsor of this year’s Industrial IoT University. The IIoT University is a full day of technical training, consisting of lectures and tutorials directed at IIoT products and systems designers. The sessions will be led by a diverse group of experts, ranging from communication protocols and security to predictive maintenance for your IoT platform.
While attending IIoT University make sure to join Exosite’s CTO, Mark Benson as he presents at 2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. on “Data Analytics for IoT Device Deployments: Industry Trends and Architectural Trade Offs.” The session seeks to demystify the most effective way to be using connected product data. As Tim Hartford of the Financial Times notes, “Big data has arrived, but big insights have not.”
About Mark Benson
As CTO, Mark Benson navigates emerging IoT developments and leads Exosite’s technology strategy to fuel its industry leadership and growth. Over the course of his career, Benson has led highly-creative and multi-disciplined teams in the development of advanced, embedded product designs for industrial, medical, aerospace, military and consumer industries. Additionally, he authored the book, “The Art of Software Thermal Management for Embedded Systems,” and several technical papers and articles. Benson holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science from Bethel University in Arden Hills, Minn., and a master’s degree in software engineering from the University of Minnesota.