Harness the Power of Industrial Data from Historian to Cloud

As companies look to embrace AI, they are challenged with data collection and data integration – which are key to realizing AI’s full potential. For example, according to one study, between 60% and 73% of data within an enterprise goes unused. This requires a fundamental change in how organizations access, gather and analyze data. Fortunately, there are solutions to help manage industrial data and create more value from AI applications.


Join our experts to learn about the Aspen AIoT Hub and how it enables companies to leverage fully integrated data – from sensors to the edge and cloud – to make faster, smarter and more strategic decisions. See how you can use advanced capabilities to:

  Integrate industrial data across existing data historians with cloud-ready solutions
  Achieve maximum performance, security and deployment flexibility for stranded industrial data
  Enable enterprise-level MES servers to act in concert to manage data – at scale
•  Aggregate, contextualize and mobilize data across contributing sites for enterprise-level access
  Enhance data preparedness and accessibility for AI-enabled capabilities


Harness the Power of Industrial Data from Historian to Cloud

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Harness the Power of Industrial Data from Historian to Cloud

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