Webinar: Introduction to Time Series Analytics with Microsoft Azure
Improve operations and decision-making by using real-time data insights and interactive analytics to accelerate IoT data use throughout your organization.
9 Mar 2021
Your IoT products – such as sensors, equipment and buildings – are constantly streaming huge amounts of data. The data collected in IoT scenarios are often thought of as a ‘time series”. Time series data is a set of values organized by time. Examples of time series data include sensor data, stock prices, click stream data, and application telemetry. Time series data can be analyzed for historical trends, real-time alerts, or predictive modeling. But time traveling is never straight forward.
In this webinar CTO Sam Vanhoutte, will walk you through how you can easily ingest all your IoT data using Time Series Analytics. Sam will discuss common roadblocks, time series analytics, and how to make future predictions from the data. You will also discover which Azure services can be used and how they can be applied. We will tackle Time Series Insights, Azure Machine Learning and Azure Data Explorer and how they can be combined in data driven solutions.
In this webinar you will learn:
- What is time series data
- How to process this data with Microsoft Azure
- Real life examples for different industries
- Demo: using time series for predictive maintenance
Sam is CTO of Codit and a Microsoft Azure MVP. At Codit, he leads the A.I. incubators team to drive Machine Learning and AI driven projects. He is also driving the Azure IoT Elite partner program with a team of Azure IoT experts. In working frequently together with Microsoft, Sam has extensive experience in building data-driven, integrated enterprise, IoT and cloud-based solutions. He has been heavily involved in several industrial IoT projects with leading brands and he designed the Nebulus IoT Gateway, and helped influencing the design of Azure IoT Edge. Sam is a frequent speaker at national and international events. He is active in the Belgian and European Microsoft communities.
CTO at Codit, focus on Cloud & Innovation