Timecho Reported about an IoT Software Stack of Apache IoTDB, Apache PLC4X and Grafana at the Conference

Time: 2022-05-17

On May 11th, 2022, Timecho was invited to the conference "building IoT 2022" in Germany and reported about integration of Apache IoTDB with Apache PLC4X and Grafana, namely "Industry 4.0 'PIG-Stacks'". Speakers were Christofer Dutz (Apache Software Foundation Board Member, Apache IoTDB Mentor) and Dr. Julian Feinauer (Timecho Europe Technical Director).


building IoT is the conference for IT professionals who are involved in the technical implementation of IoT products and projects in their companies. It covers the entire spectrum of topics related to the Internet of Things (IoT) and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) focusing on technical implementation in companies, such as cloud- & edge-computing, big data, protocols, security, architecture and machine learning, etc. The event provides both basic and expert knowledge and presents the most important concepts and tools as well as practical experience. Organizers are heise Developer, dpunkt.verlag, and iX.


Timecho's team of experts has many years' of experience in research and practical applications in the area of Industry 4.0, Internet of Things, and Big Data, which contributed to the deep cooperation between Timecho and a number of german industry giants.


At the conference, Timecho presented the integration of Apache IoTDB with Apache PLC4X and Grafana, aiming at promoting Apache IoTDB in the IoT & IIoT to broaden its international influence. Apache IoTDB's architecture, core technology and use cases were discussed. Professionals from a number of industrial enterprises were attracted by Timecho's solutions regarding their own pain points and scenarios.


In the future, Timecho will increase the input to European industrial market, provide worldwide industrial enterprises leading time-series database products and solutions based on Apache IoTDB, and accelerate the digitalization and innovation of global industry.

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