Yokogawa developing IIoT architecture with Microsoft, FogHorn, Bayshore & Telit

Feb. 1, 2017
Architecture is meant to expand the use of IIoT and integrate partner tech in order to “co-innovate tomorrow.”

Yokogawa Electric Corporation have announced it will work with Microsoft Corporation, FogHorn Systems, Inc., Bayshore Networks, Inc., and Telit IoT Platforms, LLC to integrate their technology into an Industrial Internet of Things architecture for the delivery of new services. Yokogawa is hoping to transform its business model and expand its scope.

According to a Yokogawa release, through this architecture, business process applications can be configured that enable plug-and-play sensors, sensing clouds with automatic provisioning, database clouds, data storage clouds and application development environments to work together.

Yokogawa’s architecture development division in California is leading the project that will integrate the cloud-based Microsoft Azure IoT Suite, FogHorn’s fog computing software, Bayshore’s security technology for layer 7 of the OSI reference model and Telit’s communication modules, sensor onboarding, and device management.