Webinar: how to design a connected solution for both hot and cold data?

Many companies are struggling to access and use real time data and stored data from their connected things in parallel. This could make analyses and decision making difficult. This is a challenge that has to be considered and included from the start when designing your IoT solution.

Each use case is unique but there are a few considerations to take into account at the start. Does your company have a connected solution where you can access both in an easy way? How fresh is your data? How often are data points produced? For how long should data be saved?

Thinking in terms of hot vs cold data will help you decide which path is best. Learn why in this webinar.

Topics covered in the webinar:  

  • How to gain the true value of data in the decision-making process of automation 
  • Why design matters from the start  
  • Examples of IoT use cases for hot and cold data 

The webinar was recorded on October 8, 2020 and was hosted by Anders Bresell, Head of Technology Development & Data Science at Telenor Connexion.

Watch the recorded webinar

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