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Webcasts are designed for end users, system integrators, strategic OEMs and sales partners. By registering for an ICONICS webcast, you are opting in to the ICONICS email list and are allowing us to send you future marketing emails and newsletters.

All times are Eastern Time Zone (GMT - 4)
Webcast duration: 45–60 minutes

Webcasts Contact

Amanda Gordon
Marketing Communications Manager
Amanda@ICONICS.com
(508) 543-8600


 Webcasts


Date: Tuesday, March 28, 2017 at 12:00 PM

Hosted by Microsoft, this session will explore how the Internet of Things is enabling new fault detection, diagnostics, and analysis capabilities. Education customers around the world are benefitting from these tools and realizing significant reductions in their energy consumption, while also enabling better labour force optimization. 
 
Please join this Executive Learning Series Webinar on March 28th at 12:00PM EST as we highlight transformative best practices in education.

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Date: Thursday, March 30, 2017 at 10:00 AM

This webcast is a sneak preview of what we will cover in our upcoming IoT Seminar Series. You will find a growing list of cities near you at www.iconics.com/IoTWorldTour.
 
The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is a reality today. Learn how new IoTWorX software technology from ICONICS securely connects your equipment data to the cloud today, directly from your existing automation systems. Enable cloud historian, web visualization, analytics, alarm management, fault detection and diagnostics and bi-directional control for complete contextualization of your data. Make the invisible visible and achieve process improvement across your enterprise assets. Simply add ICONICS’ affordable IoTWorX software technology to start building a smarter digital business operations now via a wide array of IoT gateway devices. Join us and see how simple IoT can be.
 

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Date: Thursday, April 20, 2017 at 11:00 AM

This webcast will examine how the University of Nebraska-Lincoln is using big data to improve the operational efficiency of assets in order to reduce energy and maintenance costs and improve occupant comfort. Lalit Agarwal, Director of Facilities Systems, will explore best practices for using ICONICS’ fault detection and diagnostics (FDD) technology to turn that big data into actionable intelligence, and the most effective ways to present that information within an integrated operational dashboard.

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