|Title||Webinar : The power of NetLume: Enabling data analytics through semantic Modelling|
|Start Time||2017-08-10 17:00 (IST)|
|End Time||2017-08-10 18:00 (IST)|
India Smart Grid Forum is organising a Webinar on ‘The power of NetLume: Enabling data analytics through semantic Modelling.
NetLume is a state of the art ontology based tool for quick and easy access to Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) analytics, without the need for deep initial IT know-how or data analytics and math skills. Its distinct benefit is its acceleration effect for predictive maintenance or industrial optimization. The webinar will provide insights into the mist behind semantic based IIot analytics - Use-Cases, Benefits, Technology and even a demonstration.
Karl-Heinz Fiebig : Karl-Heinz Fiebig is a Co-Founder of Idatase GmbH. He majored in computer science focusing on artificial intelligence and machine learning with multiple publications in the field of brain-computer interfacing in corporation with the Max-Planck-Institute for intelligent systems in Tübingen, Darmstadt University of Technology and IEEE. He is leading the technology innovation group at idatase GmbH.
Paul Englert : Paul Englert is Co-Founder of Idatase GmbH. founding various start-ups beginning from the young age of 16. He earned a masters degree in advanced analytics from the Universidade Nova de Lisboa. Throughout three years of working experience with SAP he gained experience as a full stack developer. He is leading the technical product development team at idatase GmbH.
About Idatase GmbH
Idatase GmbH started as a consultant company in 2014 focusing on data analytics in the energy sector. Through this journey on various projects our team encountered one constant struggle: the language gap between domain knowledge and data scientists leading to a fragmentation of approaches in IIoT analytics. NetLume is developed to solve this very problem.URL : Please click here for Details
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