29 April 2015
DataArt to Exhibit at Microsoft's Build 2015 Conference
NEW YORK – April 29, 2015 — DataArt, a technology consulting firm that creates end-to-end solutions, will be exhibiting at Build 2015 in San Francisco, one of the main IoT events of the year. DataArt will demonstrate how its Open Source M2M/IoT framework, DeviceHive, can be used to identify early warning signs for operating equipment outages, using Microsoft Azure and Canonical's Ubuntu OpenStack.
DataArt has recently formed a strategic partnership with Canonical, integrating DeviceHive with Snappy Ubuntu Core and Juju Charms. Now that it’s available on the Azure Marketplace, anybody can run the DeviceHive charms on Azure in minutes to connect smart devices to a big data back-end almost instantly.
Artyom Astafurov, Senior Vice President of IoT/M2M Practice at DataArt, will demonstrate how potential malfunctions could be determined based on the equipment vibration profiles, which can be captured and used to trigger a maintenance alert when a machine’s vibrations are outside of its typical operating range. The demo will showcase that using DeviceHive on Azure and Ubuntu eliminates the need for conducting an expensive discovery and prototyping study.
Booth # 305
Moscone Center West
800 Howard St
San Francisco, CA
Date and Time:
April 29-May 1, 2015
DataArt (www.dataart.com) is a technology consulting firm that creates end-to-end solutions, from concept and strategy, to design, implementation and support, helping global clients in the financial services, healthcare, hospitality, media and IoT sectors achieve important business outcomes. Rooted in deep domain knowledge and technology expertise, DataArt designs new products, modernizes enterprise systems and provides managed services delivered by outstanding development teams in the U.S., UK, Central and Eastern Europe, and Latin America. As a recognized leader in business and technology services, DataArt has earned the trust of some of the world’s leading brands and most discerning clients, including McGraw-Hill Financial, Coller Capital, BankingUp, Ocado, artnet, Betfair, Skyscanner, Collette Vacations, Booker and Charles River Laboratories.